CarlsonCast Feb13--8am hour

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KVI's John Carlson (middle) is joined by Alexander Chaffey (right) and his sister Bella Chaffey (left) who are helping organize a charity event in Kirkland WA on Saturday Feb. 15th to promote health screenings for teenagers after Alexander ended up requiring a heart transplant when he was originally misdiagnosed with a rare condition. (photo: KVI Staff)

8am hour -- a failed presidential candidate thinks its time to impeach Trump again, KVI's John Carlson invites you to Kirkland on Saturday for a 5K charity run/walk to benefit medical screening to keep teenagers healthy, a Seattle repeat offender with over 100 convictions was just sentenced to 6 months in jail for assaulting a Ballard bar manager but will the modest jail sentence change the man's violent/erratic behavior?

KOMO News viewers aren't buying what Seattle politicians are selling when it comes to a big business tax to fund government run housing, the parent company of the Tacoma News Tribune newspaper files for bankruptcy today, political correctness comes to the naming of Sound Transit light rail routes

GUESTS: Alexander and Bella Chaffey, both join the show to talk about Saturday's 5K charity run/walk in Kirkland for health screening for teens after Alexander was misdiagnosed at first for what eventually was discovered as a rare heart condition requiring a transplant.

Also, Tim Eyman announces he'll run for governor as a Republican, not an independent.

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