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CarlsonCast Jan15--6am hour

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Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., left and Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt. speak at the end of{ } a Democratic presidential primary debate hosted by CNN and the Des Moines Register in Des Moines, IowaTuesday, Jan. 14, 2020. Warren wouldn't shake Sanders hand which he is extending here. The snub has dominated the post debate media coverage of tensions between the two candidates. KVI's John Carlson evaluates{ } the snub and the tension.{ } (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

6am hour -- predicted snow fall never hit Bellevue/Seattle staying north of the convergence zone, GUEST: National Weather Service meteorologist Dustin Guy explains why the Port Angeles area got all of Seattle's snow. Democratic debate ends in controversy as Sen. Elizabeth Warren won't shake Sen. Bernie Sanders hand,

fellow candidate Tom Steyer says he's not sure why Warren refused to shake hands with Sanders after the mics were off, a CNN debate moderator is catching heat for how she handled the new allegation by Warren against Sanders that he said a woman can't win the Presidential election, after Gov. Inslee's State of the State speech a key Democratic St. Senator disagrees with his plan for a 'low carbon fuel standard' (aka gas tax hike),

GUEST: WPC's Todd Myers why California study shows that a proposed "low carbon fuel standard" is the most expensive plan with the least amount of benefits for reducing CO2 emissions, it won't deliver what Democrats are promising in WA, KVI's Lars Larson talks about the First Amendment problem facing the Seattle City Council over a new plan to restrict campaign contributions.


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