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Luke Burbank Show

July 31, 2013 - Hour: 1

Originally aired: Wednesday, July 31, 2013

The University of Washington this fall will begin asking undergraduate applicants if they have a violent criminal history or are registered as sex offenders. // A Federal Way family is fighting to keep their pygmy goats. One is a service animal. Neighbors say the goats stink. // Anthony Weiner's mayoral campaign has now reached level of dysfunction that will one day become political campfire legend. But Weiner won't quit. In a new TV ad, he says New Yorkers aren't quitters ... because, you know, 9/11 happened and nobody quit after that, and if New York can survive a terrorist attack, surely it can survive a Weiner scandal. // The sentencing phase in Bradley Manning's court martial begins today. Acquitted of the most serious charge -- aiding the enemy -- Manning still faces 136 years in prison. Julian Assange says it's journalists' obligation to advocate aggressively on leakers' behalf.

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