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The call of the wild

Do you remember what it felt like the first time you encountered a wild animal? King County Prosecutor Satterberg on the legality of I-976. And the ins and outs of extreme risk protection orders.

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Richard Louv, Our Wild Calling

Have you ever had an animal encounter that changed you? Nature writer Richard Louv explores those moments in his new book Our Wild Calling: How Connecting with Animals Can Transform Our Lives – and Save Theirs.

Dan Satterberg on I-976

King County is challenging the legality of I-976, the recently passed initiative to lower car tabs in Washington State. County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg is leading the charge.

Mike Baker on extreme risk protection orders

Washington State is one of a few with an extreme risk protection order law on the books. And recently, two self-described Neo-Nazis were pulled over and arrested for firearm possession. How does ERPO work on a federal level? We asked Mike Baker, Seattle Bureau Chief for the New York Times.