CarlsonCast Nov19--8am hour

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Dangers from Seattle illegal homeless camp fires along I-5 and I-90 are prompting one Democratic State Senator to demand Seattle officials more more swiftly to sweep out trespassing homeless campers on State DOT right of way within the city. KVI's John Carlson interviews Sen. Steve Hobbs (D-Lake Stevens) about the safety and homelessness issues. (photo: KOMO News via WSDOT)

8am hour -- GUEST: Democratic St. Senator from Lake Stevens, Steve Hobbs, says Seattle's ordinance of waiting 72 hours to clear out trespassing homeless camps must come to an end, GUEST: owner of Red Onion Burgers in Mountlake Terrace, Seaun Richards, says customers and KVI listeners donated $6500 to help 200 needy kids "Shop With A Cop" for their Christmas gifts next month, GUEST: Seattle resident, Christopher Rufo, challenging an incumbent city councilman says he, his wife and children were bullied and intimidated after he declared as a candidate, Rufo exposed corruption in Seattle housing/homeless spending and was then intimidated/bullied over his candidacy, thinks intimidation is coming from a group of 10-20 politically connected people.

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