CarlsonCast Dec3--8am hour

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KVI's John Carlson examines the recent news and public disclosures made by initiative sponsor and taxpayer watchdog, Tim Eyman, who resides in Mukilteo, WA. FILE - In this Feb. 9, 2015, file photo, initiative promoter Tim Eyman waits for his turn to speak before the Senate Ways and Means Committee at the Capitol in Olympia, Wash. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File)

8am hour -- we jump into Christmas and Chanukah celebrations, a Sumner WA homeless man is now richer after turning over a bag of money he found to a local food bank, distinguishing the G.H.W. Bush presidency from the man, remembering how G.H.W. Bush tried to challenge Reagan in 1980, how G.H.W. Bush's shift from oil business to politics developed in Texas,

GUEST: KOMO's Bill Swartz sorts out the UW/WSU bowl game destinations and match-ups, initiative guru Tim Eyman opens up about costly litigation from WA officials and his impending divorce, how Eyman says litigation against him targeted his wife and the Washington AG had the luxury of being bankrolled by state taxpayer funded attorneys, how the judge's contempt rulings against Eyman are impacting the case.

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