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Dillon talks about why people in our state can’t keep their old health insurance after President Obama said he would extend old policies.
Dillon discusses the President’s proposal for a change to Obamacare that would let some people keep their old health insurance.
Host Dillon Honcoop asks if the Boeing Machinists Union has too much control over the future of Washington’s economy.
Dillon talks about students kicked out of Gonzaga for having guns, and how locals can help victims of Typhoon Haiyan.
Host Dillon Honcoop talks with callers about the president’s health insurance apology, local election results, and the FDA banning trans-fats.
Port of Bellingham candidate Dan Robbins joins the show now that he’s taken the lead in the latest ballot count.
Progressive Whatcom County candidates are defeating conservatives in early election results. Is this is a vote against coal?
It’s Election Day, and Port of Bellingham candidates Mike McAuley and Ken Bell debate the future of the waterfront.
Host Dillon Honcoop talks with Bellingham City Council candidate Clayton Petree about some of the issues affecting the city.
Conservative Whatcom County Council candidates Bill Knutzen, Michelle Luke and Kathy Kershner talk with callers about why they’re running.