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Local sheriffs speak out against mandatory mask order

Jun 29, 2020, 11:31 AM

KIRO Radio’s Dave Ross and reporter Aaron Granillo discuss the loudest mandatory mask dissenters in Washington state – and Dave sings a little ditty he wrote just for them.

Plus, we’re tracking an increase in coronavirus cases in Snohomish, Pierce and King counties, among others. It has paused plans to move any further through the governor’s phased reopening, at least for now. What’s causing the spike?

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Local sheriffs speak out against mandatory mask order