CarlsonCast Jan31--7am hour

KVI's John Carlson interviews one of three new Seattle City Council members who is proposing a first step plan to deter crime and violence in downtown Seattle after last week's two fatal shootings near Pine Street. (photo: KOMO News)

7am hour -- GUEST: Tacoma resident with the group Informed Parents of Washington, Kimberly Wendt, joins Carlson to talk about two WA Legislative bills that critics think are too invasive for school children, when Wendt testified at a Legislative hearing earlier this week about one of the bills on student health clinics at public schools she was gaveled down by a Tacoma State Rep., Idaho mom fails to show at court hearing after judge orders her to bring her two missing children to court, the ID case of the missing children relates to the story of a missing 3 yr old Bellevue boy from 10 years ago (Sky Mettawala).

British member to the EU Parliament has his mic muted during his final assembly comments to the EU about Brexit which becomes official tonight,

GUEST: Seattle City Councilmember, Andrew Lewis, joins the show to discuss the aftermath of last week's dual fatal shootings in downtown Seattle, he proposed this week a first step for a mini police precinct in the Pike/Pine corridor, Carlson asks Lewis if he's ready to stand-up to the city and county prosecutor who are declining to charge so many cases that lead to repeat offenders in Seattle (like the two suspects still on the run wanted in connection to last Wednesday's fatal shooting at 3rd and Pine).

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