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Gun Ruling, Geocaching Anniversary, And The Lusty Lady Closes

Ross Reynolds
06/28/2010 at 12:00 p.m.

Supreme Court 2nd Amendment Ruling: The Supreme Court ruled today that the 2nd Amendment right to bear arms applies to local laws. We'll find out the implications for gun control in Seattle.

Celebrating 10 Years of Geocaching: Geocaching is 10 years old and has a big following in the Seattle area. We'll learn about the short history of the GPS–assisted treasure hunt game.

The Closing Of The Lusty Lady: The Lusty Lady closed over the weekend, but memories of the downtown strip club with saucy signs linger. Heidi Lang talks to some former employees.


Bob Scales heads the Government Affairs Section of the Seattle City Attorney's Civil Division. As a policy analyst in Mayor Greg Nickel's administration, he helped craft the gun–ban rule.

Jeremy Irish is the CEO of Groundspeak, the Seattle company responsible for the most popular geocaching website.

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