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A debate is brewing in the Washington Legislature in Olympia about whether or not its fair to suspend the driver's license of people who don't pay their traffic tickets. KVI's John Carlson interviews St. Senator, Jesse Salomon (D-Shoreline) about his bill to do away with license suspensions for unpaid fines.{ } (file photo: KOMO News via WSDOL)

8amhour --Seattle voters could decide a new charter amendment to address homeless issues, GUEST: President/CEO, Downtown Seattle Association, Jon Scholes, Scholes is backing this new voter referendum on fixing homeless problems that the city council won't fix, what happens if homeless drug addicted people refuse the shelter and/or drug/mental health treatment?, Scholes can't answer if homeless people will be allowed to continue doing drugs if they're allocated housing under this new proposal.

What would happen if the song "Ebony and Ivory" were released today?, Seattle State Senator caught driving while talking on Zoom legislative video hearing, GUEST: St. Sen. Jesse Salomon (D-Shoreline), Salomon says drivers who get tickets and never pay them should not lose their licenses, Sen. Salomon tries using the hypothetical excuse of someone losing their job during the pandemic and is unable to pay their traffic/parking fines; KVI's John Carlson discovers that the bogus story of 60 Minutes

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