Rod Arquette Show Rundown-Tuesday, Jan 30, 2018

Coming up at 4 pm today on the Rod Arquette Show on Talk Radio 105.9 KNRS, University of Utah Law Professor Amos Guiora joins the show to discuss his support for Representative Brian King’s “duty to assist” bill that makes it a misdemeanor to show callous indifference to a victim in cases where a person is witness to an emergency or a crime.  In other words, if you see something bad happening to another person, you must step in unless it means your life is in danger.  Plus, Representative Robert Spendlove joins the show to discuss the details of his Medicaid expansion plan, an issue long thought dead on Utah’s Capitol Hill.  See below for a full rundown of today’s program.

Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown - Tuesday, January 30, 2018

4:20 pm: Gary Gygi of Gygi Capital Management joins Rod to discuss the nation’s surging economy, specifically rising wages, under President Trump

4:35 pm: Representative Robert Spendlove joins the show to discuss the details of his Medicaid expansion plan, an issue long thought dead on Utah’s Capitol Hill

5:05 pm: University of Utah Law Professor Amos Guiora joins the show to discuss his support for Representative Brian King’s “duty to assist” bill that makes it a misdemeanor to show callous indifference to a victim in cases where a person is witness to an emergency or a crime

6:05 pm: Andrew Arthur of the Center for Immigration Studies joins the show to discuss his op-ed in the Washington Times about the details he says must be included in the DACA amnesty bill

6:20 pm: Nic Horton, a Policy Impact Specialist for the Foundation for Government Accountability, joins the show to discuss the work requirements that are part of Kentucky’s Medicaid waiver

6:35 pm: Michael Kruse, Sr. Staff Writer for Politico joins the show to discuss what urban Democrats are saying to their counterparts in Washington, D.C. about alienating voters

7:00 pm: Join us for full coverage of President Donald Trump's State of the Union Address and the Democratic response


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