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Saturday Morning Live for Feb. 11, 2017

Host Kris Halterman will interview Erin Shannon, Director for the Washington Policy Center, for Small Business. Up for discussion is the state’s new minimum wage and paid time off laws. How will it roll out? What economic effects has it had, or will it potentially have, on the states small businesses? How is the paid time off going to be administered and reported? What, if any, are the continuing increases hidden within this initiative?

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Saturday Morning Live for Feb. 4, 2017

Part One: Host Kris Halterman interview Wm. Perry Pendley, Pres. and CEO of the Mountain States Legal Foundation. Mr. Pendley is an active member of a nonprofit group, fighting for water and land use issues (property rights) in the United States.   Part Two: Host Kris Halterman interviews Garret, a student in the Ferndale School District. Garret wanted to try out for the Ferndale Girls’ Volleyball Team. Title IX states that: No person in the United States shall, based on sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance. Garret has been denied access to try out for the girls’ volleyball team, and the District has encouraged him to form a coed, or boys’ volleyball team…a team that would not have anyone to compete against. Garret shares the story of his quest on Saturday Morning Live, Gender equality for thee, but no gender equality for me?  

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Saturday Morning Live for Jan. 28, 2017

Ever heard “Clean Phil,” on KGMI 790 AM radio? Ever wonder who Phil is and why he calls himself, “Clean Phil?” Host Kris Halterman will interview Phil Morgan, Clean Phil, as he shares his amazing story on how life is what you make it.

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Saturday Morning Live for Jan. 21, 2017

Host Kris Halterman will interview Gene Knutson, Bellingham City Councilmember, on his decision to run for re-election. Why? And, what current and future issues should the people living in Bellingham / Whatcom County be aware of for the future?

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Saturday Morning Live for Jan. 14, 2017

Part One: Host Kris Halterman interview (Wm.) Perry Pendley, Pres. and CEO of the Mountain States Legal Foundation. Mr. Pendley is an active member of a nonprofit group, fighting for water and land use issues (property rights) in the United States. Part Two: Host Kris Halterman will interview Jacob Deschenes, VP of SAVE, and give an update on how the “Growing the Economy with Raspberry Pi,” project is coming along at Bayview Elementary’ s, 5th grade classes.

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Saturday Morning Live for Jan. 7, 2016

Part One: Host Kris Halterman will discuss I-1501 with Jeff Rhodes, of the Freedom Foundation. What will the outcome of passage of this measure be for Washington State? Part Two: Host Kris Halterman will discuss the failed attempt to put a graduated income tax on the ballot for the City of Olympia, WA., with Jason Mercier, Director for Center for Gov. Reform, at the Washington Policy Center. Also, what does Jason see for the 2017 session in Olympia for lawmakers to pass a capital gains tax, or an income tax in Washington State?

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Saturday Morning Live for Dec. 31, 206

Host Kris Halterman will discuss the current “water dilemma,” with Dave Onkels (former Whatcom County Planning Commissioner) and Ed Kilduff (licensed hydro-geologist) and it’s relationship to “The Nooksack Rule.” What is the problem? How did Whatcom County get here? Who is to blame? How can this be resolved?              

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Saturday Morning Live for Dec. 17, 2016

Host Kris Halterman interviews Bryan Brown, President of Slingshot. Slingshot works closely with the NW Innovation Resource Center (NWIRC), to assist entrepreneurs to bring their dreams and ideas to the marketplace.

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Saturday Morning Live for Dec. 10, 2016

Host Kris Halterman will interview Gary Hagland, board member of the Skagit County CAPR, to discuss the latest threats to people’s safety and private property. The reintroduction of the Grizzly Bear is slowly moving forward and with the newly elected Public Lands Commissioner, Hillary Franz at the helm in Washington State…it’s likely to become a reality sooner, rather than later. Also, the Swinomish Indians have asked to expand their tribal authority over thousands of acres in Skagit County, including the industrially zoned property where the Shell and Tesoro refineries are located.  

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Saturday Morning Live for December 3, 2016

Host Kris Halterman interviews Matt Pridachuk, Custer Sportsmen Club Director for USPSA, or IPSC (IP-sik) and their “Toys-for-Tots” Charity event.

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