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  • Deschutes County District Attorney John Hummel tells us about his investigation into over one thousand cases that may have been compromised, due to a state lab technician allegedly stealing drug evidence on the job.
  • Oregon Gov. Kate Brown came into office promising transparency and openness, but recent reporting by Bend Bulletin reporter Taylor Anderson found her administration drags its feet when it comes to public records requests. We talk with Anderson and Willamette Week reporter Nigel Jaquiss about the state of Oregon’s public records laws.
  • On Monday, the Vancouver City Council voted to send an affordable housing fund to voters in the fall. We learn more about Vancouver’s affordable housing ‘crisis.’ Executive Director of the Council for the Homeless Andy Silver joins us to talk about the measure.