LISTEN: John Carlson Show, Sept.11--8am hour

People hold signs at a Seattle City Council hearing on June 12, 2018, at City Hall in Seattle. KVI's Kirby Wilbur talks about the anti-business political climate in Seattle and one politician's claim that housing is a human right. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

8am hour -- Kirby Wilbur in for John Carlson: FBI now investigating Snohomish County power poles being cut down by someone with a chainsaw, gun rights restoration case involving man with felony conviction, how the anti-business attitude in Seattle politics could impact commercial and residential real estate, a previous DUI offender now arrested for another fatal crash in Snohomish County, Tweet from a twit involves woman who can't understand why fans were allowed to attend last night's NFL game in person, the possible responses to the political slogan "housing is a human right".

KVI callers sound off on Amazon's response to the decline of Seattle plus the Sept. 11th attacks, GUEST: local restaurant owner Kerri Lonnergan Dreke invites listeners to support a food bank drive starting Sunday, Lombardi's Italian Restaurant and Wine Bar will donate 10% of their sales next week to food banks in 3 north sound cities, why they're trying to give back right now as restaurants are still struggling.

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