Rod Arquette Show Rundown-Thurs, December 20, 2018

Coming up at 4 pm today on the Rod Arquette Show on Talk Radio 105.9 KNRS, Representative Andrew Stoddard joins the show to discuss his proposal to create “Lauren’s Law” in honor of slain University of Utah student Lauren McCluskey that would hold gun owners responsible for what people do with the firearms they loan out.  Plus, Collin Kartchner, Founder of Tooth Media, joins Rod to discuss a study by McGill University’s Culture, Mind and Brain Program that shows using smartphones is changing human brains.  See below for a full rundown of today’s program.

Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown - Thursday, December 20, 2018

4:20 pm: Steve Moore, Chief Economist for The Heritage Foundation, joins the show for his weekly visit with Rod about politics and the nation’s economy

4:35 pm: Collin Kartchner, Founder of Tooth Media, joins Rod to discuss a study by McGill University’s Culture, Mind and Brain Program that shows using smartphones is changing human brains

5:05 pm: Representative Andrew Stoddard joins the show to discuss his proposal to create “Lauren’s Law” in honor of slain University of Utah student Lauren McCluskey that would hold gun owners responsible for what people do with the firearms they loan out

6:05 pm: Representative Ken Ivory joins the show to discuss the decision by Utah lawmakers to create their own plan to protect the watershed and forests in the canyons of the central Wasatch instead of backing a federal designation crafted and sought by the Central Wasatch Commission

6:20 pm: Bella Dihn-Zarr of the National Transportation Safety Board joins the show to discuss why the group is backing Utah’s new .05 DUI law and the number of lives they believe it would save if implemented nationwide

6:35 pm: Rachel Alexander of The Stream joins Rod to discuss her piece about an Arizona school teaching 5th graders a curriculum with a transgender and gay agenda

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