Kevin Miller broadcasts live from the Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine in Meridian, Idaho.  Kevin Miller interviews staff and students from Idaho's only medical school.  This is his third trip to the college that has been in existence for three years.  Kevin Miller covers the vote of the House Judiciary Committee to impeach President Donald Trump.  The vote will move to the full House next week. He takes calls on the move.    Kevin Miller takes calls and switches to discuss a big vote in England.  Polls are showing that UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Britain's Conservative party will remain in power following Thursday's election.Exit numbers suggest the Conservatives will win over 350 seats, with the rival Labour party winning less than 200.The victory cements Johnson in his role as prime minister and gives him more flexibility to pass his plan for Britain to leave the European Union.  Kevin Miller looks at credit card debt. According to a report in Bloomberg, we are projected to fall seriously behind on our credit card bills at the highest rate in a decade. TransUnion is forecasting that the portion of credit card borrowers who are at least 90 days past due will probably jump up to 2.01% next year, which is the highest level since 2010. However, it's not all negative news as bad card debt still remains much lower than the level seen during the last recession. The number of people with access to revolving credit has reached a record of 200.5 million, what role do banks play in the high level of consumer debt?  What have you done to reduce your credit card debt?

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