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Tina Cannon: 2018 Utah Mother Of The Year

4/26/2018
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State Auditor John Dougall and State Senator Howard Stephenson talk with Scott Jenkins, candidate for Weber County Commission and former state senator. Jenkins shares his path to convention victory and his thoughts regarding Weber County. Dougall and Stephenson then talk with (past cohost) Tina Cannon, Morgan County councilwoman and 2018 Utah Mother of the Year. Cannon calls in from Washington D.C. where she is attending the national ceremony. Cannon reluctantly shares the experience of...

Duration:00:22:35

Swallow Survives Ordeal

4/24/2018
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State Senator Howard Stephenson and State Auditor John Dougall talk with former Utah Attorney General John Swallow. Swallow describes the criminal charges, ethics investigation, and bar complaints he battled and the 5-year ordeal he and his family survived. Swallow also describes their relief when he was exonerated. Stephenson says there’s more to this story and hopes the public will eventually hear the rest of the story. We appreciate Red Meat Radio's generous sponsor, Gastronomy, and...

Duration:00:21:43

Post-County Convention Winners (Powers & Strong)

4/24/2018
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State Auditor John Dougall and State Senator Howard Stephenson talk with Amelia Powers, Republican nominee for Utah County Clerk/Auditor. Powers shares her campaign message, path to victory, and vision for the office. Dougall and Stephenson then talk with Mark Strong, Republican nominee for State Representative, House District 41 (southwestern Salt Lake County). Strong shared his thoughts on representation and how he won despite limited political experience. We appreciate Red Meat...

Duration:00:14:15

Treasurer Damschen On Financial Literacy

4/23/2018
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State Senator Howard Stephenson and State Auditor John Dougall talk with State Treasurer David Damschen. April is Financial Literacy month. Damschen shares his thoughts on the state of financial literacy in Utah and the nation. We appreciate Red Meat Radio's generous sponsor, Gastronomy, and their delicious Market Street Grill restaurants.

Duration:00:30:01

Candidates For State Senate District 17: Davis & Sandall

4/19/2018
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State Senator Howard Stephenson and former House of Representative Chief of Staff Chris Bleak talk with candidates for State Senate District 17 (SD17). Clark Davis and State Representative Scott Sandall detail their candidacies. SD17 covers Box Elder county and parts of Cache and Tooele counties. We appreciate Red Meat Radio's generous sponsor, Gastronomy, and their delicious Market Street Grill restaurants.

Duration:00:22:32

Candidates For State Senate District 11: Christensen & McCay

4/18/2018
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State Senator Howard Stephenson and former House of Representative Chief of Staff Chris Bleak talk with candidates for State Senate District 11 (SD11). State Representatives Lavar Christensen and Dan McCay detail their candidacies. SD11 covers southern Salt Lake County and northern Utah County. We appreciate Red Meat Radio's generous sponsor, Gastronomy, and their delicious Market Street Grill restaurants.

Duration:00:21:40

Candidates For State Senate District 26: Gorum, Rubin & Ellis

4/17/2018
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State Senator Howard Stephenson and former House of Representative Chief of Staff Chris Bleak talk with candidates for State Senate District 26 (SD26). Brian Gorum, Jack Rubin, and Alisa Ellis detail their candidacies. SD26 covers Daggett, Uintah, Duchesne, and parts of Wasatch and Summit counties. We appreciate Red Meat Radio's generous sponsor, Gastronomy, and their delicious Market Street Grill restaurants.

Duration:00:22:35

Sen. Adams On The Upcoming Veto Override Session

4/16/2018
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State Senator Howard Stephenson and former House of Representative Chief of Staff Chris Bleak talk with State Senator Stuart Adams about the upcoming legislative veto override session. We appreciate Red Meat Radio's generous sponsor, Gastronomy, and their delicious Market Street Grill restaurants.

Duration:00:21:40

Will The Legislature Override The Governor’s Veto? (Neiderhauser & Schott)

4/11/2018
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State Senator Todd Weiler and Jeremy Roberts talk with State Senate President Wayne Niederhauser about a possible legislative override of Governor Herbert’s veto. Weiler and Roberts then talk with UtahPolicy.com reporter Bryan Schott about various possible ballot initiatives. We appreciate Red Meat Radio's generous sponsor, Gastronomy, and their delicious Market Street Grill restaurants.

Duration:00:22:35

Candidates Talk Guns and School Safety (Evershed & Hoyal)

4/10/2018
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State Senator Todd Weiler and Jeremy Roberts talk with Republican candidates for Salt Lake County attorney Nathan Evershed and Salt Lake County sheriff Justin Hoyal. Evershed and Hoyal discuss school safety and gun ownership. We appreciate Red Meat Radio's generous sponsor, Gastronomy, and their delicious Market Street Grill restaurants.

Duration:00:23:04

Teen Suicide Prevention: A Discussion With Rep. Eliason & Sen. Thatcher

4/9/2018
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State Senator Todd Weiler and Jeremy Roberts talk with State Representative Steve Eliason and State Senator Daniel Thatcher about teen suicide prevention. We appreciate Red Meat Radio's generous sponsor, Gastronomy, and their delicious Market Street Grill restaurants.

Duration:00:27:35

Bramble: Removing Red Tape To Foster Small-Cell Technology

4/5/2018
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State Senator Howard Stephenson and Utah County Republican Party Vice Chair Josh Daniels talk with State Senator Curt Bramble. Bramble explains legislation removing red tape for the private sector to install small-cell technology throughout Utah bringing greater bandwidth and reliable Internet connectivity to provide cutting-edge technology such as autonomous automobiles. We appreciate Red Meat Radio's generous sponsor, Gastronomy, and their delicious Market Street Grill restaurants.

Duration:00:23:34

Headlee Battle Salt Lake Tribune Smear Attack

4/4/2018
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State Senator Howard Stephenson and Utah County Republican Party Vice Chair Josh Daniels talk with Howard Headlee. Headlee responds to Salt Lake Tribune journalist Benjamin Wood's attack on his sister, Carolyn Sharette. Sharette is the director of American Preparatory Academies, a public charter school. Contrary to the Wood's portrayal of xenophobia and bigotry, this interview covered example after example of Sharette’s and the Headlee family's service throughout the world to orphans, the...

Duration:00:22:12

Coyne: Why The War On Drugs Failed

4/3/2018
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State Senator Howard Stephenson and Utah County Republican Party Vice Chair Josh Daniels talk with Dr. Chris Coyne, professor of economics at George Mason University. Coyne describes the history of America's war on drugs and the fundamental reasons why it has failed to alleviate the scourge of drug addiction We appreciate Red Meat Radio's generous sponsor, Gastronomy, and their delicious Market Street Grill restaurants.

Duration:00:21:58

Senate President Niederhauser Looks Back At A Decade In The Utah Legislature

4/2/2018
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State Senator Howard Stephenson and Utah County Republican Party Vice Chair Josh Daniels talk with State Senate President Wayne Niederhauser. Niederhauser describes his decision not to seek reelection and remembers his 12-year tenure in the legislature and six-year tenure as president of the Senate. We appreciate Red Meat Radio's generous sponsor, Gastronomy, and their delicious Market Street Grill restaurants.

Duration:00:21:12

Sen. Mike Lee Feels The Bern

3/29/2018
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State Auditor John Dougall and State Representative Kim Coleman talk with U.S. Senator Mike Lee. Lee discusses the disastrous, deficit-ballooning omnibus spending bill which just passed Congress this week, avoiding yet another Congressionally-imposed crisis – a government shutdown. Lee also explains why he and U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders teamed up to push Congress to properly declare wars rather than shirking its responsibilities. Dougall and Coleman than wrap up the show talking Utah’s...

Duration:00:22:33

Tariffs Have Consequences (Lincicome & Bingham)

3/28/2018
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State Auditor John Dougall and State Representative Kim Coleman talk with Scott Lincicome, adjunct scholar, Cato Institute. Lincicome explains the current state of the U.S.’s trade negotiations and the status of the various tariff proposals. Lincicome identifies the current actions related to the steel and aluminum tariffs as well as its associated justifications and exemptions. Lincicome then dives into Chinese trade and tariff issues. Dougall and Coleman then talk with Todd Bingham,...

Duration:00:21:40

SB54: 10th Circuit Court Of Appeals Opines (Quist & Seamon)

3/27/2018
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State Auditor John Dougall and State Representative Kim Coleman talk with attorney and Salt Lake Tribune editorial writer Michelle Quist about the majority opinion from the 10th Circuit Court regarding the SB54 appeal by the Utah Republican Party. SB54 (2014) created a signature route to the primary ballot for certain types of political parties. Quist explains the majority opinion that SB54 placed a minor burden on political parties as well as the associated finding of a state...

Duration:00:22:35

When Voter Initiatives Collide (Lee)

3/26/2018
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State Auditor John Dougall and State Representative Kim Coleman talk with Salt Lake Tribune Columnist Robert Gehrke about the latest in Utah political news. Dougall and Coleman that talk with Justin Lee, Elections Director, Office of the Lieutenant Governor. Lee shares the status of 6 voter initiatives advancing toward ballot access. Lee shares what happens when conflicting initiatives pass. Utah could face that situation if the Keep My Voice and the Count My Vote initiatives both...

Duration:00:21:40

Inland Ports, Transportation Governance & Open Records (Schultz, Cundiff & Hughes)

3/21/2018
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State Senator Howard Stephenson and State Auditor John Dougall talk with State Representative Mike Schultz. Schultz discusses the work of the transportation task force as well as changes to the Utah Transportation Authority (UTA) governing board. The changes are intended to improve public accountability. Other changes are intended to unify and improve transportation infrastructure planning. Stephenson and Dougall then talk with Rosemary Cundiff, Utah Government Records Ombudsman....

Duration:00:34:09

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