Rod Arquette Show Rundown-Tuesday, Feb 20, 2018

Coming up at 4 pm today on the Rod Arquette Show on Talk Radio 105.9 KNRS, Sarah Longwell, Managing Director of the American Beverage Institute, on the group’s opposition to Representative Norm Thurston’s bill that allows for self-defense exceptions for laws against using a gun while under the influence of alcohol, and why they think Utah’s new .05 DUI law should be tabled while unintended consequences are sorted out. Plus, Bill Duncan, Director of the Center for Family and Society at the Sutherland Institute, joins the show to discuss the constitutionality of abortion bans on fetuses with Down syndrome.  See below for a full rundown of today’s program.

Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown - Tuesday, February 20, 2018

4:20 pm: Robert Doar, a fellow in poverty studies at the American Enterprise Institute, joins the show to discuss restoring federalism to the fight against poverty

4:35 pm: Bill Duncan, Director of the Center for Family and Society at the Sutherland Institute, joins the show to discuss the constitutionality of abortion bans on fetuses with Down syndrome

6:05 pm: Suzanne Venker, author and contributor to Fox News, joins the show to discuss fatherlessness in America, and how it’s leading to broken boys

6:20 pm: Sarah Longwell, Managing Director of the American Beverage Institute, on the group’s opposition to Representative Norm Thurston’s bill that allows for self-defense exceptions for laws against using a gun while under the influence of alcohol, and why they think Utah’s new .05 DUI law should be tabled while unintended consequences are sorted out

6:35 pm: Marianne Levine of Politico joins the show to discuss how minimum wage laws in many states are not enforced, leaving workers unable to recoup money that’s owed to them

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