Rod Arquette Show Rundown-Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Coming up at 4 pm today on the Rod Arquette Show on Talk Radio 105.9 KNRS, Luke Cartin, Park City’s Environmental Sustainability Manager, joins the show to discuss the city’s decision to ban plastic bags at three grocery stores in the city in an attempt to lessen pollution and ease stress on the city’s recycling system.  Plus, Deborah Hersman, CEO of the National Safety Council, joins Rod to discuss New York legislation, termed “textalyzer testing”, that would help with distracted driving prosecution by determining if a person was texting at the time of an accident.  See below for a full rundown of today’s program. 

Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown - Tuesday, May 16, 2017

4:20 pm: Utah Senator Mike Lee joins Rod for a discussion about the changes he would like to see made to the Obamacare replacement plan, as well as the report that President Trump gave up classified information to the Russians

4:35 pm: Luke Cartin, Park City’s Environmental Sustainability Manager, joins the show to discuss the city’s decision to ban plastic bags at three grocery stores in the city in an attempt to lessen pollution and ease stress on the city’s recycling system

5:05 pm: Deborah Hersman, CEO of the National Safety Council, joins Rod to discuss New York legislation, termed “textalyzer testing”, that would help with distracted driving prosecution by determining if a person was texting at the time of an accident

6:05 pm: Utah Congressman Chris Stewart joins the show to give us his reaction to the story that President Trump may have shared confidential information with Russian representatives

6:20 pm: Jeffery Lord of American Spectator joins Rod to discuss why he says it’s time for President Trump to take on the bureaucracy that is trying to sabotage his Presidency

6:35 pm: Local artist Jon McNaughton, widely known for his political paintings, joins the show to discuss the reasons he is becoming increasingly wary of President Trump

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