Jim and Dan sit down with colleague Bob Young to talk about how a Trump administration may deal with legal pot. There are lots of fears about Attorney General pick Jeff Sessions, but Bob notes Trump has said marijuana should be left up to the states - and he doesn't think Trump gains anything by picking a fight on this. Then, the ACLU's Alison Holcomb - author of Washington's legal marijuana law - talks about a related cause: ending mass incarceration due to drug crimes. She helped lead a campaign in Oklahoma where voters just made simple possession of any drug a misdemeanor instead of a felony. Washington state may follow suit. Bonus content: Bob Young riffs on the new strain of Hunter S. Thompson branded weed. And why Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers is this week's political winner, while Seattle voters lose.