Coming up at 4 pm today on the Rod Arquette Show on Talk Radio 105.9 KNRS, Anna Thomas of the ACLU of Utah says the drop in Utah’s legal blood alcohol limit for DUI will also increase the number of improper stops of people of color, and she joins the show to discuss the reasons behind the statement.  Plus, West Valley City Manager Wayne Pyle joins Rod to discuss his op-ed in the Salt Lake Tribune in which he says the city is being “rolled” by Salt Lake County into housing several new homeless shelters.  See below for a full rundown of today’s program. 

Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown - Monday, March 20, 2017

4:20 pm: Anna Thomas of the ACLU of Utah says the drop in Utah’s legal blood alcohol limit for DUI will also increase the number of improper stops of people of color, and she joins the show to discuss the reasons behind the statement

4:35 pm: Representative Carol Spackman Moss joins Rod to discuss the idea she is pushing for later starts at Utah high schools, which the Park City School District is in the process of implementing

5:05 pm: Utah Congressman Chris Stewart joins Rod to discuss the recent meeting of the Intelligence Committee with FBI Director James Comey regarding Russian interference in the election and accusations of wiretapping of Donald Trump by President Obama

6:05 pm: Austin Cox of Education First joins the show to discuss the beginning of the Our Schools Now signature drive to put an income tax raise on the ballot to provide more money for Utah schools

6:20 pm: Adam Brown, a faculty scholar at the BYU Center for the Study of Elections and Democracy, joins Rod to discuss his study that shows Utah lawmakers from each side of the aisle often vote the same

6:35 pm: West Valley City Manager Wayne Pyle joins Rod to discuss his op-ed in the Salt Lake Tribune in which he says the city is being “rolled” by Salt Lake County into housing several new homeless shelters