Kevin Miller reveals that two Idaho State Legislators will sign a petition that calls for the charges against the hemp truck drivers.  Published reports indicate that over 12,000 Idahoans have signed the petition.  Kevin Miller reminds voters that the election day is happening in Canyon County, Meridian, and Kuna.  Kevin Miller continues to ask folks to stop by the Nampa Wal Mart.  Kevin Miller reveals that the state of Washington has legalized the use of dead humans for composting, making it the first state to do so.The new law, which goes into effect in May 2020, makes "natural organic reduction" a legal means of fertilizing and disposing of loved ones.  While the environmentally-conscious state already has "green cemeteries" that bury people without caskets, headstones, or even embalming the bodies, the new law paves the way for organic reduction funeral homes. According to experts, the process will be similar to cremation -- except instead of using fire to reduce bodies to ashes in minutes, they'll use wood chips and straw to do the same thing in about four weeks.  Day 2 of Miller's Mission- All this week, Kevin broadcasts his show live from a tent situated in front of WalMart on Idaho Center Blvd and Franklin Road in Nampa to raise awareness about homelessness and to gather donations for Boise Rescue Mission Ministries. Miller is joined by his friends from BRM as well as some who have had their lives changed for the better at the Mission. Other guests today: 6:40 a.m. - Fox News Radio's Tonya J Powers reports vacation destinations are offering summer deals ; 8:10 a.m. - Blair Ellis from the Republican National Committee discusses current political news ; 8:40 a.m. - Fox News' Jon Decker reports live from the White House.

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