LISTEN: John Carlson Show, March31--8am hour

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The Washington Supreme Court, pictured here in a pre-COVID file photo, ruled earlier this year that possession of illegal drugs is not against the law unless prosecutors can prove intent of the suspect. KVI's John Carlson interviews State Sen. Manka Dhingra (D-Redmond) about how this ruling may impact the State Legislature from addressing drug possession cases in the future. (file photo: Associated Press)

8am hour -- John Carlson returns from vacation: your chance to win a KVI "staycation" at The Inn at Pleasant Beach on Bainbridge Island, GUEST: St. Sen. Manka Dhingra (D-Redmond) talks about her proposal to replace the now invalid state law on simple drug (narcotic) possession, Dhingra's bill would allow drug possession, she uses the example of the 'war on drugs' in Seattle, the KVI listener e-mail about Carlson's continuing question of "what do we do with the homeless drug addict that refuses drug rehab treatment?", the inability of Seattle-centric politicians to answer this question, the double-edge sword of drug treatment in lieu of (jail) punishment, a group of Eastern WA teachers are warning their union(s) to drop the divisive politics or they'll leave the union, Biden reversing the "remain in Mexico" policy of Pres. Trump, three sex offenders in the US illegally were just deported by US Border Patrol.

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