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LISTEN: Ari Hoffman Show, July 6--4pm hour

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FILE - In this July 3, 2021 file photo, a sign reads: " Temporarily Closed. We have an IT-disturbance and our systems are not functioning", posted in the window of a closed Coop supermarket store in Stockholm, Sweden. Cybersecurity teams worked feverishly Sunday July 4, 2021, to stem the impact of the single biggest global ransomware attack on record, with some details emerging about how the Russia-linked gang responsible breached the company whose software was the conduit. The Swedish grocery chain Coop said most of its 800 stores would be closed for a second day Sunday because their cash register software supplier was crippled. (Ali Lorestani/TT via AP, File)

4 PM Topics: When asked if he would reform his emergency powers, Jay Inslee seems to think he won the Super Bowl

Washington has reinstated job-search requirement to qualify for unemployment benefits; Everett to begin enforcing ‘no-sit, no-lie’ homeless camping ban // The Left Coast: Target Will Close San Francisco Stores Early Due To Rising Thefts; San Francisco DA official says crime surge fears linked to racism // GUEST: Ann Davison, Candidate for Seattle City Attorney. She joins Ari to discuss how she's the candidate to unseat Pete Holmes. For more information, visit her website neighborsforann.com // The Border: Arizona Residents Slam Biden For Turning Hotel Into Migrant Center; Texas Representative August Pfluger shares 'heartbreaking' encounter with abandoned six-year-old migrant boy


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