Rod Arquette Show Rundown-Mon, February 12, 2018

Coming up at 4 pm today on the Rod Arquette Show on Talk Radio 105.9 KNRS, Representative Mike Kennedy joins the show to discuss his “nay” vote against Representative Carol Spackman Moss’s bill that would have banned hand-held cell phone use while driving, especially when the bill seemingly has high public support.  Plus, Matthew Anderson of the Sutherland Institute joins Rod to discuss how concerns over drilling and mining in land formerly included in the Bears Ears National Monument now seem moot after several leases in the area went without bids in a recent auction.  See below for a full rundown of today’s program.

Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown - Monday, February 12, 2018

4:05 pm: Christine Stenquist of TRUCE (Together for Responsible Use and Cannabis Education) joins Rod to give us an update on the progress of Representative Brad Daw’s two medical marijuana bills on Capitol Hill – one passed and one didn’t – but will the failed bill be brought back?

4:20 pm: Representative Ken Ivory joins the show to discuss a study he wants done to examine how much PILT (Payment in Lieu of Taxes) money Utah’s counties, school districts and rural cities are receiving in comparison to what they should be getting for federal lands that aren’t generating property taxes

4:35 pm: Kevin Greene, State Director for Utah Conservatives Concerned about the Death Penalty, joins the show to discuss a new CCJJ report that shows the costs of keeping inmates on death row

5:05 pm: Representative Mike Kennedy joins the show to discuss his “nay” vote against Representative Carol Spackman Moss’s bill that would have banned hand-held cell phone use while driving, especially when the bill seemingly has high public support

6:05 pm: Matthew Anderson of the Sutherland Institute joins Rod to discuss how concerns over drilling and mining in land formerly included in the Bears Ears National Monument now seem moot after several leases in the area went without bids in a recent auction

6:20 pm: Collin O’Mara, President of the National Wildlife Federation, joins the show to discuss a new wildlife initiative by Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke that aims to preserve hunting opportunities into the future by improving habitat and migration corridors for wildlife on federal lands

6:35 pm: Ted Hesson, Immigration Reporter for Politico, joins the show to discuss the free-for-all immigration debate being unleashed by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell

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