Two Washington state Republicans voted against President Trump's health care bill, one voted in favor and one has better things to do and skips it altogether.
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray denies new allegations that he paid for sex.
The Seattle City Council votes to explore a city income tax, despite a state constitution that says they can't pass one.
And May Day protestors put their political differences aside and pass the dutchie to the left AND the right hand side.
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Get caught up on the news:
- New York Times: House passes measure to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act
- KIRO: Seattle mayor has blunt response to latest abuse allegations
- Seattle Times: Seattle May Day demonstrators pass 'peace joint,' share Pepsi
- Seattle Times: Seattle City Council votes to pursue income tax on 'high-end households'
Our panel this week:
Bill Radke @KUOWRadke, host
Erica C. Barnett @ericacbarnett, writer at The C is For Crank
Chris Vance @chrisvance123, former Washington State Republican Party chair
Knute Berger @knuteberger, columnist at Crosscut and Seattle magazine