The U.S. Supreme Court might be the next stop for a Richland florist who refused to arrange flowers for a same-sex wedding.
An undocumented "dreamer" picked up by federal immigration authorities in Seattle sues the government for his release.
Seattle will give city employees 12 weeks of paid parental leave.
And Mercer Island sues Sound Transit to keep its solo drivers in the fast lane.
These issues and more under discussion by our panelist this week.
Listen to the live discussion Fridays at noon and join in the conversation on Twitter using #KUOWwir and following @KUOW.
Get caught up on the news:
- KUOW: Same-sex couple in Arlene's Flowers case wary of Trump administration
- KUOW: 'Dreamer' held in Tacoma sues for his release
- Seattle Times: Judge rules Seattle homeless camp sweeps to continue
Our panel this week:
Bill Radke @KUOWRadke, host
Ijeoma Oluo @IjeomaOluo, editor-at-large at The Establishment
Erica C. Barnett @EricaCBarnett, writer at The C is for Crank
Knute Berger @KnuteBerger, columnist for Crosscut and Seattle Magazine