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The Record: Monday, March 5, 2018


A King County judge says a 150-year-old law lets people live in their cars, because some people's cars are their homes. Seattle Times Project Homeless reporter Vianna Davila explains what it could mean for an estimated 2,300 people living in vehicles in King County.
Also, Seattle writer Lindy West interviews the children's fantasy author who captivated her in fourth grade with a story about little girl who posed as a boy so she could become a knight. We'll bring you a conversation between West and Tamora Pierce.

And former Labor Secretary Robert Reich asks what he says is the central moral question of our age: Are we still committed to the common good?

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