We looked inside some of the tweets by @kojoshow and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Today's Show: 1. Have you planned for all the changes to this year's 4th of July celebrations in D.C.? We'll have all the details. 2. Bees are dying at record rates. We'll ask our experts about the cause and why we should all take note. Live at 12: https://wamu.fm/TMXxD
In an Alexandria rape case, police used a consumer DNA database to help identify a suspect. But is it legal? "It's the Wild Wild West. The law doesn't say that police can't" use these databases, says @nilabala3, who identified some privacy concerns. https://thekojonnamdishow.org/shows/2019-06-19/how-local-law-enforcement-uses-dna-to-crack-criminal-cases …"
"For many the images of the Wild West include tumbleweeds, horses, gunfights and John Wayne, but that picture isn't quite complete. The U.S. frontier of the 19th century was considerably blacker than old Westerns would have you believe." More:
Why does @MarkHerringVA want cannabis legalized in Virginia? "Criminalizing marijuana possession is not working," he said. "It's needlessly creating criminals and saddling them with convictions ... There are smarter, better ways to approach cannabis."
.@tomsherwood: "There's some fears that the ... D.C. government is being too loosey-goosey with it's money." .@ODCA_DC: "'Loosey-goosey' is not a term I would use ... I think the council is going to have to learn to measure one program against the other."