Kevin Miller begins the morning show by previewing the upcoming big stories impacting the nation and the Treasure Valley.  The big story nationally is the House Judiciary Committee holding hearings on whether or not to continue on with impeaching President Trump.  Kevin Miller takes calls from listeners responding to his reporting on the issue.  Kevin Miller previews the upcoming local runoff elections in the cities of Boise and Caldwell.  Kevin Miller interviews Dave Petso on the continued rise of the stock market.  Kevin Miller speaks with nationally syndicated talk show host Lars Larson.  Kevin Miller shares a story that will make both republicans and democrats happy over a major annoyance.  The House of Represenatives approves a bill to outlaw robocalls.   Robocalls may soon be going the way of cigarette commercials and phone booths. In a near-unanimous vote, the House of Representatives on Wednesday approved a bill that seeks to make the practice of robocalling illegal. "A whopping 5.6 billion robocalls were made to Americans in November alone," one of the bill's sponsors, Tom Pallone, said prior to the 417-3 vote. "Today, the House is giving Americans back control of their phones." Next, the bill heads to the Senate, where it's expected to be approved. How often do you receive robocalls? Would you be less annoyed by them if there was a person on the other end of the line to yell at?

 

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