Monday, May 18, 2015
- Shell Protester, Joaquin Uy with Bayan PNW, clearly explains why he protests oil drilling
Rantz calls Bayan PNW's Joaquin Uy the more coherent protester he's spoken with so far.
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Friday, May 15, 2015
- The buses are talking, but can anyone hear them?
Seattle Metro buses are talking to pedestrians. Rantz went searching for them, he explains what he found.
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Thursday, May 14, 2015
- Tacoma Mayor talks about the future of Tacoma's Minimum Wage
Tacoma Mayor, Marilyn Strickland, explains why and how she selected members of the community for her Minimum Wage Task Force.
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- Calling from his kayak, activist Eric Ross says they are planning more protests
Kayaktivist, Eric Ross, is out to cost Shell Oil money and hopes to damage their reputation by continuing protests.
- Senator Pam Roach says powdered alcohol could be as dangerous as heroin
She was out to prevent powdered alcohol from coming to Washington. Senator Pam Roach has found success, and now has the support and signature of Governor Jay Inslee, effectively banning it.
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Wednesday, May 13, 2015
- Tacoma Mayor appoints local professionals to a minimum wage task force
Reggie Frederick, owner of Chalet Bowl in Tacoma, has been chosen by the mayor to be part of the Minimum Wage Task Force.
- Washington Lawmakers receive a pay raise
They get stuck in Special Session, they spend a lot of time away from their family, and they make decisions that impact us all. Rantz says a modest raise sounds reasonable.