Duvall, Carnation, North Bend, Snoqualmie and Covington all want to grow. The Puget Sound Regional Council, which oversees the growth and development of the region, says not too big and not too fast. Who gets to decide how rapidly a city grows?
Sound Transit has been spending millions on marketing for their ST3 proposal. Is it spending too much or just the right amount?
Democrats in the House of Representatives held a historic “sit-in” in Congress this week. They want the House to hold a vote on gun legislation that would ban people on the No Fly List from purchasing guns. How effective was their protest?
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Listen to the live discussion Friday at noon, join in by following @KUOW and using #KUOWwir. Audio from the show will be available online to listen or podcast by 3 p.m.
Get caught up on the issues:
- Seattle Times: Regional council warns 5 King County towns they’re growing too fast
- KUOW: Sound Transit: Light rail and heavy marketing
- KUOW: How do you feel about this, Seattle? Sound Transit donors often get big contracts
- Seattle Weekly: As development booms, Seattle gives up on green space
- The C is for Crank: Harm reduction advocates urge safe consumption pilot
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Paul Guppy is the vice president for research at the Washington Policy Center.