We asked our listeners what they thought of President Barack Obama's plans to re-establish diplomatic relations with Cuba. Our phone rang off the hook, and a lot of Cuban-Americans were excited about eased travel restrictions.
Marcie Sillman talks with real estate appraiser Richard Hagar about a Seattle City Council proposal to charge developers of new residential and commercial buildings a linkage fee to fund affordable housing.
Ross Reynolds talks to Rep. Jay Rodne (R- 5th District) about Rep. Ruth Kagi's gun bill regarding child access to guns. It would make a person guilty of reckless endangerment for leaving or storing a loaded gun in a place where a child could gain access to it.
Marcie Sillman talks with Lan Pham, manager of the newly reinstated Seattle Office for Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Prevention, about how her experiences as a mother and a refugee will inform her tenure.
Ross Reynolds talks with Diane Schanzenbach, associate professor of human development and social policy at Northwestern University, about what research says about the efficacy of class size in education.