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April 13, 2020 99 min
Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown - Friday, April 10, 2020

4:20 pm: Howard Headlee, President of the Utah Bankers Association, joins Rod to give us an update on the small business loans that are now available because of the Paycheck Protection Program

4:35 pm: Lorin Palmer of Utah for Responsible Growth on why the referendum against the high-density Olympia Hills project in southwest Salt Lake County now appears to be dead in the water

5:05 pm: Curtis Ellis, Policy Director for America First Policies, joins the program to discuss his recent piece about why the Republican Party has to be careful to not abandon its business base

6:05 pm: University of Utah Adjunct Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Internal Medicine James Tabery joins the show to discuss how Utah hospitals should prepare for the worst-case scenario of the coronavirus pandemic

6:20 pm: Sally Pipes, President and CEO and Health Care Policy Fellow at the Pacific Research Institute, joins the show to discuss how telehealth, including video consultations, should continue well after the end of the coronavirus pandemic

6:35 pm: Shawnna Morris, author for the Cold War History Blog, joins the show to discuss her piece on Fee.org on her experience homeschooling her daughter and why she thinks it is changing her daughter for the better

6:50 pm: Steve Milloy of the Heartland Institute, founder of JunkScience.com, joins the show to discuss how climate activists are attempting to use the coronavirus pandemic to further their climate change agenda
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