Week in Review: Inslee stumbles, Boeing's stock price falls
Guest host C.R. Douglas reviews the week’s news with former Washington state attorney general Rob McKenna, Crosscut reporter Melissa Santos, and former state legislator Jessyn Farrell.
Gov. Jay Inslee had his primetime debut as a presidential candidate on a CNN town hall. Inslee addressed Boeing, marijuana and filibusters, but couldn't quite answer a question about recycling. We ask our panel how they think he did.
In Olympia, state legislators have two weeks before the session ends. We talk about the law to expand the statute of limitations for reporting sex crimes, including rape, and a bill to give consumers more control over their online data.
Plus, shareholders have filed a class action lawsuit against Boeing, saying the company misled them about the safety of the 737 Max jet. Is the company in trouble?
And we look at a Seattle Times report saying 15 of the 25 enhanced shelters contracted by Seattle last year didn't meet their performance goals. What does this mean for the city?
Finally, Amazon employees may be listening to your conversations with Alexa, Amazon Go is not so cashless, and researchers give us the first picture of a black hole.
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