Originally aired: Wednesday, June 27, 2012
A judge has stopped the state's efforts to close the "roll your own" cigarette tax loophole. Owners of some "roll your own" shops say if they are taxed the same way pre-packaged cigarette seller are, they'll go out of business. We talk to Renee Goodall, co-owner of Tobacco Junction in Seattle's Rainier Valley. // SKYJINX: A new style of airline will charge a monthly fee for "all you can fly" service. // ROSS-COLORED GLASSES: Congressional candidate Darcy Burner is developing an app that tells consumers whether they're about to buy a product made by a company that supports right-wing causes. // Director Nora Ephron is dead. Dave found some pretty cool tape of her speaking before the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco a few years ago. // Comedian Louis CK has casted a Black actress to play the mother of his white children because he says race just isn't that important when casting. Luke disagrees, Dave's not so sure.