LISTEN: John Carlson Show, Sept.22--6am hour

Opponents of Seattle homeless sweeps are pictured here as they showed up to confront a group of neighbors at Woodland Park who were demanding the city clear out unsanctioned homeless in the park. KVI's John Carlson listens to the confrontation that turned physical and included the opponents of homeless sweeps trying to block news cameras from recording video of the rally. (photo: KOMO News)

6am hour -- Seattle grocery store workers (union) win a ruling over their desire to wear Black Lives Matter buttons at work, the ruling could create a face off over other politically charged messages in the retail work place, an Eastern WA high school reverts back to distance learning after 200 students quarantined for COVID, frustrated Seattle neighbors rally at Lower Woodland Park demanding removal of unsanctioned homeless, the neighbors were confronted by homeless advocates opposing sweeps, the homeless advocates show their intolerance to free speech by the neighbors (and the news media).

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