Rod Arquette Show

Rod Arquette Show (Thursday, December 14, 2017)

December 15, 2017172 min
Rod Arquette Show Rundown - Thursday, December 14, 2017

4:20 pm: Steven Bloch, Legal Director for the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance, joins the show to explain the group’s opposition to Congressman Chris Stewart's plan to create a new national park within the borders of the old Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument

4:35 pm: Zach Frankel of the Utah Rivers Council joins the show to discuss the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s tentative approval of the Lake Powell Pipeline and what further review of the pipeline could mean for the project’s future

5:05 pm: Dave Bateman, CEO of Entrata who previously extended an offer to pay for the Utah GOP's lawsuit against SB54 (Count My Vote), now says Utah GOP Chairman Rob Anderson is going back on his word to work with him and continue the lawsuit and he joins Rod to explain the situation.

5:20 pm: Utah GOP Chairman Rob Anderson joins the show to respond to statements by Entrata CEO Dave Bateman that Anderson is backing off on his word NOT to drop a lawsuit against SB54 if Bateman pays for the lawsuit

6:05 pm: Deeda Seed, spokesperson for the Crossroads Urban Center and longtime community activist, joins the show to discuss what the organization says is a need for increased shelter space for homeless mothers and children in Salt Lake City

6:20 pm: Randy Shumway, Chairman of the Cicero Group and a member of the Dignity of Work task force, which is part of Operation Rio Grande, joins the show to discuss how a collective approach is needed to solve the homelessness issues in Salt Lake City

6:35 pm: Heritage Foundation Chief Economist Steve Moore joins the show for his weekly conversation with Rod about politics and the nation’s economy

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