The Overcast: How To Make Sense Of Big Spending On Ballot Initiatives
The results of Tuesday's midterm elections are still being unpacked. While much of the focus has been on what they could mean for Democrats and Republicans, Washington state's ballot initiatives have also proven interesting.
In The Overcast, Seattle Times reporters Jim Brunner and Dan Beekman talk about the rejection of a carbon fee, the passage of a ban on food and beverage taxes, and the influx of corporate spending into both of those initiatives.
The Overcast is the Seattle Times politics podcast recorded at KNKX. You can find The Overcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play and anywhere else you get your podcasts.