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This week: Who isn't speaking up enough? And who could speak less?

Feb 3, 2017

Protesters take to Sea-Tac and airports around the country – and Washington state goes to court – over President Trump's executive order restricting travel to the U.S. from seven majority-Muslim nations.

Seattle votes to take its money elsewhere over the Dakota Access Pipeline and floats a new approach to homeless encampments around the city. 

And UC Berkeley cancels an appearance by Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos over security concerns, sparking debate over free speech on campus.

Listen to the live discussion Fridays at noon and join the conversation on Twitter at #KUOWwir.

Get caught up on the news:

NPR: Washington State Sues Trump, Seeking A Stay On Immigration Ban

Crosscut: I'm a Republican, and I'm joining the protests

Seattle Times: Seattle moves ahead with new rules for homeless-camp cleanup

Seattle Times: Breitbart editor's Berkeley talk nixed amid violent protest

Our panel this week:

Bill Radke @KUOWRadke, host

Tina Podlodowski @TinaPo, Washington State Democratic Party chair

Erica C. Barnett @EricaCBarnett, writer at The C is For Crank

Chris Vance @ChrisVance123, public affairs consultant and former Washington State Republican Party chair