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Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

Free meals for law makers

Originally aired: Friday, April 18, 2014

Law makers are given about $120 a day for food, travel and housing, but are still accepting free meals. The only rule with free meals is that they are infrequent. But what does infrequent mean? Dave Ross spoke with Josh Kerns about 'record store day. 'Whatever happened to that Seattle Waterfront parking lot that the city wanted to condemn and turn it into a public parking lot? Chris Sullivan investigates. Tom Tangney reviews Johnny Depp's new movie 'Transcendence.' He gives it 2 Tangs. Sports Insiders: Brock and Danny. How did Yasiel Puig get into the MLB? Citizens of Orting have taken it upon themselves to clean up their own streets. Joining us is the leader of Compton's Crew, Chris Hopfauf. Claims of prostitution, abuse of police powers swirling around the King County Sheriff's Department appeared in a Seattle Times piece this morning. Article author Steve Miletich joins us.


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