The knockout game doesn't hit home and we learn more about the homeless lockers we already have
Originally aired: Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Jason digs into why the State Legislature's bill to address the 'knockout game' is misguided. // The loophole that has allowed parking ticket scofflaws to rack up up to 140 unpaid tickets still hasn't been closed. What's taking so long? // SHARE (Seattle Housing and Resource Effort) already has a room full of lockers for homeless people in Seattle. Isaac Pace is a homeless volunteer with SHARE. He joins the show live to tell Jason what the City Council could learn from their program and what kind of demand there is for lockers. // President Obama apologized for cracking a joke about Art History majors, but should he have? Jason says the joke was funny because it is true.