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LISTEN: John Carlson Show, May13--7am hour

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Gov. Jay Inslee on Tuesday announced a plan to implement a "robust" contact tracing effort that will rely on 1,371 people to identify residents who came in contact with confirmed COVID-19 patients, part of an effort to contain and limit the spread of the mystery virus, which has already been linked to the deaths of over 900 people. (graphic: KOMO via State Health Dept.)

7am hour -- GUEST: R-90 campaign Mindie Wirth, estimates the campaign is over 1/3 of the way to completion (but need to have all signed petitions in by early June to have a time buffer for submission), 50 different sites hosting signing locations, two very famous and high-profile conservative women disagree on Dr. Anthony Fauci,

GUEST: St. Sen. Doug Ericksen (R-Ferndale) discusses Inslee's contact tracing plan and civil liberties, aka government/business data bases, Inslee has hired nearly 1400 employees to trace infections, Ericksen is concerned that Inslee's making broad policy decisions with no Legislative input, will the government force people to take virus tests and will that preclude school attendance/attending church or other events?, Ericksen perfectly sums up the attitude of the WA political class with a comparison of littering laws.

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