The Washington State Legislature convenes on Monday and one of the issues on the table is a bill that would ban drivers from holding their phone while driving. Is this a necessity or distracted legislating?
The former head of the CIA General Michael Hayden said that by the end of Trump’s first four years in office, North Korea could have a nuclear weapon that would reach Seattle. Richard Ellings of the National Bureau of Asian Research says Seattle would be the perfect target. Is it time to move?
Eli Sanders spent the holidays in Whitefish, Montana, which is also the home of the mother of a white supremacist. Is it ethical to pressure the mom of a white supremacist?
We'll tackle these subjects and more on Week in Review.
Listen to the live discussion Fridays at noon, join in by following @KUOW and using #KUOWwir.
Get caught up on the issues:
- Seattle Times: Put down that phone! Washington lawmakers seek crackdown on distracted driving
- KUOW: Would North Korea ever nuke Seattle?
- The Stranger: On the Blabbermouth Podcast: Lindy West Ditches Twitter, We Walk Into a Neo-Nazi Troll Storm. How Was YOUR Holiday?
Bill Radke @KUOWRadke, host
Knute Berger @KnuteBerger, writer with Crosscut, Seattle magazine
Joni Balter @jbalter, host of Civic Cocktail on Seattle Channel
Eli Sanders @elijsanders, associate editor at The Stranger