Washington state's presidential electors meet to pick a president at noon on Monday, and in an effort to derail President-elect Donald Trump, two of them say they won't be casting their votes for Hillary Clinton even though that's who state voters chose.
Also, some of Seattle's big names in tech are meeting with Trump, including Amazon's Jeff Bezos, who once joked about sending the president-elect to space on a rocket.
And Governor Jay Inslee wants a carbon tax to help fund education, a three-term Seattle City Councilmember said he won't run for reelection, and how badly do you need to check Facebook from Mount Rainier?
We'll tackle these stories and more on KUOW's Week in Review.
Get caught up on the issues:
- Seattle Times: Amazon's Bezos says meeting with Trump, tech leaders was 'very productive'
- Crosscut: Reality check: Our democracy isn't "rigged"
- Puget Sound Business Journal: Gov. Inslee proposes billions in new business taxes to boost school funding
Bill Radke, @KUOWRadke, host
Dan Savage, @fakedansavage, host of the Savage Love podcast and editorial director at The Stranger.
Joni Balter, @jbalter, news analyst at KCTS 9 and host of Seattle Channel's Civic Cocktail.
Chris Vance, @chrisvance123, former state representative and Washington Republican Party chairman