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Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown - Monday, November 11, 2019

4:20 pm: Heidi Matthews, President of the Utah Education Association, joins Rod to discuss her thoughts on the tax reform proposal released by Utah lawmakers last week, and the effects it could have on education in Utah. We’ll take your calls following the interview at 888-570-8010

5:05 pm: Convicted murderer Ron Lafferty, one of eight prisoners on Utah’s death row, died in prison of natural causes today. This begs the questions, should Lafferty have faced justice for his crimes and been executed when it became clear he was going to die naturally? Why was he allowed to sit on death row for 34 years in the first place? Rod will take your calls at 888-570-8010

6:05 pm: Dr. Anne Hendershott, Sociology Professor at Franciscan University, joins the show to discuss her recent piece in American Spectator, on the radicalization of the alleged Trump whistleblower

6:20 pm: Local attorney Doug Mortenson joins the show to discuss his recent op-ed piece in the Deseret News about how Russia is to blame for the political division in the United States of America

6:35 pm: Jeff Burningham, a candidate in the race for Utah Governor, joins the show to discuss his recent op-ed piece in which he says we need to discuss how tax reform will impact residents of Utah instead of how it impacts the government

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