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Reviewing the week's news, guilt-free

KUOW Photo/ Kara McDermott
L-R: Bill Radke, Monica Guzman, Rachel Lerman, Charles Mudede

There is a lot to feel guilty about this week. Fireworks on the 4th of July create pollution, Seahawks star Kam Chancellor reminds us that football is a life altering game for players and Amazon warehouse workers are peeing in bottles so they can keep working to hit their productivity targets. 

We're starting to get a better idea of how the November ballot will look with initiatives for a carbon tax and gun control getting enough signatures. And the mystery behind Capitol Hill's mysterious soda (pop) machine deepens- it's disappeared.  

Bill Radke talks about these stories and more with The Stranger's Charles Mudede, The Evergery's Monica Guzman and Rachel Lerman from The Seattle Times. 

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