Rod Arquette Show Rundown-Monday, Jan 29, 2018

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Coming up at 4 pm today on the Rod Arquette Show on Talk Radio 105.9 KNRS, Representative Ray Ward joins the show to discuss his bill that would rescind the state law banning the “advocation” of contraceptives in sex education classes because many teachers simply skip the contraception unit out of fear of saying something that could be seen as advocating for their use.  Plus, Representative Tim Quinn joins Rod to discuss his “good Samaritan bill” that would give civil immunity to someone who smashes a window or breaks into a car to rescue children in imminent danger because of extreme temperatures.  See below for a full rundown of today’s program.

Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown - Monday, January 29, 2018

4:20 pm: Paul Preston, founder of the New California initiative, joins the show to discuss his group’s push to secede from California and become the country’s 51st state

4:35 pm: Representative Ray Ward joins the show to discuss his bill that would rescind the state law banning the “advocation” of contraceptives in sex education classes because many teachers simply skip the contraception unit out of fear of saying something that could be seen as advocating for their use

5:05 pm: Former Secret Service Agent Gary Byrne, author of the book “Crisis of Character”, joins Rod to discuss his anger toward Hollywood for its reading of “Fire and Fury” during last night’s Grammy awards

6:05 pm: Congressman John Curtis joins the show to discuss the op-ed he penned with other members of Utah’s congressional delegation showing support for scientific research into the medicinal effects of marijuana

6:20 pm: Local attorney Michael Erickson, a contributor to the Deseret News, joins Rod to discuss why he says airlines need to limit the graphic content on movies shown during flights

6:35 pm: Representative Tim Quinn joins Rod to discuss his “good Samaritan bill” that would give civil immunity to someone who smashes a window or breaks into a car to rescue children in imminent danger because of extreme temperatures

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