This week "Solutions News Radio" will welcome Stan M. Roden, JD

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This week "Solutions News Radio" will welcome Stan M. Roden, JD
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Friday, August 23, 2019 - 05:00 to 06:00

The new weekly local radio show, “Solutions News Radio,” hosted by Rinaldo Brutoco, president and founder of the World Business Academy, will air live this Friday from 5-6 p.m. on KZSB 1290AM radio. There will be replay broadcasts Friday from 11 p.m.– 12 a.m., Saturday from 5-6 p.m., and again on Sunday from 9-10 a.m. The show is also available on demand as a podcast on Apple podcasts, SoundCloud, or Solutionsnews.org.

This week’s guest is Stanley M. Roden, JD. Roden holds over 36 years of civil and criminal litigation experience in state/federal trial and appellate courts and in private mediation-arbitration services. He received his law degree from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. He has practiced civil and criminal law, including serving as the elected District Attorney for Santa Barbara County (1975-1982), and thereafter practiced exclusively civil trial law, specializing in water, real property, and other commercial disputes. He has obtained extensive mediation training and has become a mediator-arbitrator with JAMS, a national dispute resolution organization. Roden has since opened his own private mediation-arbitration practice.

This week's show with Roden will discuss his advocacy role with the Citizen's Climate Lobby, which is working to promote a national Carbon Tax. Having recently returned from a lobbying trip to Washington D.C., Roden will share his insights on the carbon tax and what it might mean for the future of our country and the environment. The bipartisan carbon tax is designed to drive down carbon emissions, thus helping to alleviate climate change, while creating jobs, encouraging greener alternatives, and cycling money to the American people.
Tune in Friday to learn more!

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