LISTEN: John Carlson Show, May21--7am hour

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Washington begins collecting a new payroll tax from workers in January 2022 to pay for a state run Long Term Care insurance program that was signed into law by Gov. Jay Inslee, pictured here in a May 2021 AP file photo. KVI's John Carlson interviews a research analyst about how much workers will have deducted from their paychecks and the option they have to opt out of the state run insurance program.{ } (photo: Ted S. Warren, Associated Press)

7:05am -- a KVI caller disagrees with Carlson about wearing a mask for six more weeks, what you need to know about the Washington payroll tax on workers to receive Long Term Care insurance from the state, how to opt out of Gov. Inslee's new Long Term Care tax and avoid paying for coverage that you will lose if you ever move out of state, mask requirements and the relative ease of producing fake vaccine document(s), the ability to accurately prove you've been vaccinated, GUEST: economist Steve Moore, new Rasmussen polling says 75% are concerned about inflation, a key factor for inflation problems is outsized deficit spending.

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