Seattle Mayor Ed Murray is leaving the door open for a write-in campaign after a Kent man drops a civil lawsuit alleging Murray sexually abused him three decades ago.
The state constitution says Seattle can't tax the rich, but the City Council still wants an income tax for people making more than $250,000 a year.
Jeff Bezos buys Whole Foods Market and asks Twitter where he should donate to charity.
And the Seattle Mariners won't be playing at Safeco Field after 2018. The team announced this week that its 20-year naming rights deal will expire after next season.
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Get caught up on the news:
- Seattle Times: Seattle Mayor Ed Murray responds to dropped lawsuit
- Seattle Times: Seattle income-tax details revealed as City Council weighs targeting wealthy households
- KUOW: Seattle on Safeco Field name change: Meh
Our guests this week:
Bill Radke @KUOWRadke, host
Joni Balter @jbalter, host of Civic Cocktail on Seattle Channel
Chris Vance @chrisvance123, former WA Republican Party chair
David Goldstein @goldyHA, senior fellow at Civic Ventures