Podcasts: Morning Show

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Morning Show

Monday – Friday from 8 – 9am

health insurance

KGMI Morning Show 11/15/13

Dillon talks about why people in our state can’t keep their old health insurance after President Obama said he would extend old policies.

doctors

KGMI Morning Show 11/14/13

Dillon discusses the President’s proposal for a change to Obamacare that would let some people keep their old health insurance.

airplane

KGMI Morning Show 11/13/13

Host Dillon Honcoop asks if the Boeing Machinists Union has too much control over the future of Washington’s economy.

gun

KGMI Morning Show 11/12/13

Dillon talks about students kicked out of Gonzaga for having guns, and how locals can help victims of Typhoon Haiyan.

President Barack Obama in Brooklyn

KGMI Morning Show 11/8/13

Host Dillon Honcoop talks with callers about the president’s health insurance apology, local election results, and the FDA banning trans-fats.…

vote

KGMI Morning Show 11/7/13

Port of Bellingham candidate Dan Robbins joins the show now that he’s taken the lead in the latest ballot count.…

coal train

KGMI Morning Show 11/6/13

Progressive Whatcom County candidates are defeating conservatives in early election results. Is this is a vote against coal? Podcast: Play…

Photo provided by the Port of Bellingham

KGMI Morning Show 11/5/13

It’s Election Day, and Port of Bellingham candidates Mike McAuley and Ken Bell debate the future of the waterfront. Podcast:…

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KGMI Morning Show 11/4/13

Host Dillon Honcoop talks with Bellingham City Council candidate Clayton Petree about some of the issues affecting the city. Podcast:…

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KGMI Morning Show 11/1/13

Conservative Whatcom County Council candidates Bill Knutzen, Michelle Luke and Kathy Kershner talk with callers about why they’re running. Podcast:…

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