Issue Number 3 June 1993
- Police officers are among the only people in the country authorized to use deadly force against citizens. But in Seattle, they enjoy virtual immunity from outside oversight. Why?
- by Mark Worth
- Seattle voters came dangersously close to tossing out gay-rights laws 15 years ago. What's changed since then?
- by Diana Schiefelbein
- When phone meets car and driver, something has to give. Try safety.
- by Mike Blain
- The newest president of the King County Bar Association is no establishmentarian. Theiler explains why.
- interviewed by Andrea Helm
- Thinking about making a quick buck on a fish processing boat? Hold your breath!
- photos and story by Christina Sporrong
The First Word
Ideas that cut through the BS.
Dufus of the Month
Where losers are the winners.
Actual letters from actual readers.
Opinions we couldn't keep to ourselves.
Of and relating to labor.
reported and compiled by Doug Collins.
Small stories about big news.
Local groups to the rescue.
A sampling of groundbreaking news stories.
Spike, the Rabid Media Watchdog
The poop on the local information industry.
reported and compiled by Mark Worth and FP Staff.
Quotes of the Month
Things people said.
Regional writers in review.
literary reviews by Kent Chadwick.
The Northwest in numbers.
Joe Bob Briggs
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