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CarlsonCast March17--7am hour

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A sign on a shelf at a QFC grocery store in Kirkland, Wash., advises shoppers Tuesday, March 3, 2020 that all hand sanitizer products are sold out.{ } KVI's John Carlson examines a story about a man being prosecuted for price gouging after he allegedly bought all the hand sanitizer he could find in his area of Tennessee and then tried to re-sell it with a mark-up.{ } (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

7am hour -- Seattle restaurant owner says she might disobey Gov. Inslee's restaurant shutdown order which starts today, what does Gov. Inslee propose to do for businesses ordered shutdown when it comes to taxes and rents, Mitt Romney's $1000 a month per person plan for COVID-19 draws criticism from a Fox News host, Rueters story infers Italy death panels by doctors treating sick patients with COVID-19, explaining the difference between capitalism and price-gouging as one man is charged with hoarding and selling hand sanitizer, what's the likelihood of a national curfew to prevent public interaction to stop COVID-19 spread?

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