Date: Mon March 18, 2013
Show: Luke Burbank Show
Washington state is reportedly doing a good job of submitting mental-health records to a database used to conduct federal background checks. But many records don't make it into the system. We talk to Bill Waite, a gun enthusiast and chairman of Common Sense on Guns, an organization he started after his son walked into a firearms store and used one of the guns there to commit suicide in the store. // A Bellevue police officer is suing the department, claiming a fellow officer created a hostile work environment by sharing graphic details about his sexual exploits. Ursula Reutin spoke to the accuser's lawyer and joins us with details. // An Oregon Girl Scout troop was hoaxed by a fake cookie order for 6,000 boxes worth about $24,000. // Is Lil Wayne facing death? A new Pew study finds that years of newsroom cutbacks have had a demonstrable impact on the quality of journalism. Your turn, my turn.
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