Last Saturday, Josh Daniels of the Libertas Institute and Representative Brian King hosted Red Meat Radio. Topics included the use of medical cannabis, the death penalty and prison relocation in Utah. Various guests joined the show, including Senator Mark Madsen, Marina Lowe of the ACLU, Marc Hyden from Conservatives Concerned About the Death Penalty and Representative Angela Romero. You can listen to the show now using the player below. Leave us your comments and let us know how we can make the show better for our loyal listeners!
Utah State Auditor John Dougall and Representative Kim Coleman took the mic this past Saturday to host Red Meat Radio. Guests included Chairman Dave Crandall of the Utah State Board of Education, Salt Lake County GOP Party Chair Suzanne Mulet , and Aimee Winder Newton of the Salt Lake County council. Internet tax was also a hot topic on the show, with Executive Director Phil Bond of the “We R Here Coalition” and Senator Curt Bramble joining to discuss differing sides of the issue. Check out the show below, and let us know what you think. Thanks for listening!
Senator Deidre Henderson joined Senator Howard Stephenson as co-host on last Saturday’s edition of Red Meat Radio. Utah GOP chairman James Evans joined the show to discuss the party’s role in the nomination process going forward. Dr. Tami Goetz, executive director of the Utah STEM Action Center also guested on Red Meat Radio to talk about STEM in Utah. Listen to the entire show any time by using the player below.
Senator Todd Weiler joined Senator Howard Stephenson on Saturday’s edition of Red Meat Radio to discuss changes to the interim legislative committees. Representative Curt Oda also joined the show to discuss the current issue of governing police use of force in the state of Utah. Listen to the entire show any time by using the player below.
Senator Stephenson talked about last week’s Utah Legislative Committee meeting regarding review and policies that govern police use of force. You can listen to that entire meeting here, or follow the link listed below.
Senate Bill 54 was the topic of last week’s show, hosted by Senator Aaron Osmond and Holly Richardson. Senator Curt Bramble defended the law he sponsored, which altered the nomination process in Utah. To review the entire show, you can listen by using the player below.
Recently, Utah Legislators have been uploading emails to a new, public transparency site found here: http://le.utah.gov/publicweb/menu.jsp. Sen. Curt Bramble explains what the intent of the website is, and how it can be useful for legislators and the public.
Here is the discussion between Sen. Stephenson, Rep. Hughes, and Cliff Rosky, chair of Equality Utah and University of Utah law professor on Judge Shelby’s ruling on Amendment 3.