9:05 - 9:35 - Georgia Runoff Election: Why 51 matters in the Senate
It is election day again in Georgia - again. D2 dives into how we got to this Georgia Runoff and we go live to live to Georgia with Anjali Huynh, Politics Correspondent with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution to discuss what is top of mind for voters in Georgia. James Curry, University of Utah Associate Professor of Political Science joins the show to discuss why the number 51 matters in the senate and the importance of this race.
9:50 - The latest on the War in Ukraine
Ukraine just bombed military bases deep inside Russia using drones. One of the places houses Moscow's nuclear capable bombers (NYT) and the Kremlin is taking heat from inside Russia for being weak. D2 brings the latest details on the war in Ukraine.10:05 - What does the GOP say about Trump wanting to terminate the constitution?
Former President Donald Trump has suggested the "termination" of the Constitution. Utah's Congressional Delegation has spoken out. D2 goes over reaction from Utah's all-Republian congressional delegation.10:20 - Retailer Tricks that will make you spend (PUSH) KSL Investigative Reporter Matt Gephart joins the show for his latest story on Gephart Busts Inflation. What tricks are retailers playing on consumers to get them to open their wallets?
10:35 - 10:50 The cost of Financial Infidelity
Financial Infidelity: The average Utahn would 'reconsider their relationship' if their partner spent $5k without consulting them first, reveals research from coupon birds. Dave and Debbie discuss and take listener calls.Requested Marriage and family expert
11:05 - How did Hershal Walker Blow it the first round?
Warnock is out fundraising, outspending, and outcampaigning Walker. So if Walker wins it's a political miracle. He's the worst candidate -- but a great football player -- but the Heisman trophy doesn't matter today. Of all the statewide and federal offices in GA, Walker is the only republican to lose. Dave and Debbie dive into what Hershal Walker missed the first round of this election and continue coverage on the georgia runoff.11:20 - SCOTUS to decide on President Biden's Student Loan Forgiveness Plan
SCOTUS will decide whether the Biden Administrations plan for Student Loan Forgiveness has legality. The Justices have set arguments for winter - putting mater on track to be decided in current court session. A Ruling is expected by the end of June. Jason Iuliano, Associate Professor of Law, University of Utah joins the discussion.
11:35 - 11:50 - Student loan payments could be used for 401k savings in new bill I
n new research from Bankrate, Gen Z is said to be the less likely to contribute to their retiriment savings.There is a enw proposal would let student loan borrowers save for retirement and pay down student loan debt at same time. Shane Stewart, DMBA Financial Planner joins the discussion to share his input on the pros and cons he sees with this proposal. Dave and Debbie take listener calls.