LISTEN: John Carlson Show, Sept.15--7am hour

KVI's John Carlson interviews the attorney suing Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on behalf of state employees who are choosing not to comply with Inslee's vaccine mandate. Pictured here, people gather outside the Capitol Building to protest Gov. Jay Inslee's vaccine mandate for state workers, Saturday, Aug. 28, 2021 in Olympia, Wash. (Drew Perine/The AP)

7am hour -- Eastlake HS principal (in Sammamish) apologizes for the school nixing a student led plan for a tribute to September 11th anniversary, how the school teacher who halted the plan for students to wear red, white and blue colors to the school's football game prompted a tsunami of complaints from around the country,

the bad timing of a tweet about working conditions by a Seattle Congresswoman, liberals and masks just don't mix at NYC's Met Gala or MTV's VMAs, GUEST: attorney suing Gov. Jay Inslee on behalf of state workers opposing Inslee's vaccine mandate, Nathan J. Arnold, talks to KVI and says lawsuit is about separation of powers and civil liberties, one plaintiff is a pregnant woman (a nurse) with an in-vitro cardiac condition for the child, her obstetrician advised against the woman getting the vaccine at this time, Arnold notes that such nurses were called heroes a year ago for treating pandemic patients but now being called villains, Arnold stresses he and his plaintiffs are not anti-vaxx and believe the pandemic is a legitimate danger/threat; the town of Winlock WA passes resolution that Gov. Inslee should have a mental health evaluation per his COVID lock down decisions.

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