The Rundown - Thursday, March 9, 2017: Are you addicted to technology; GOP looks for a path to repeal Obamacare; Conservative groups oppose current bill; A deal for CO transportation; Frozen Dead Guy Days

Today's technologies aren't addictive by accident. From Facebook to Netflix to Tinder, they're designed to be as addictive as a drug. And it works. At 6:15, we'll talk with author Adam Alter about his new book "Irresistible: The Rise of Addictive Technology and the Business of Keeping Us Hooked"

At 7:06, we'll talk with Gail Rubin, the "doyenne of death", about the fantastic cultural celebration in Nederland, CO known as Frozen Dead Guy Days. Here's the web site for this year's festivities:


At 8:06, we'll talk with Doug Sachtleben, Communications Director of the Club for Growth, about conservative pushback against House leadership's first attempt at an Obamacare repeal/replace bill. The Club's president, former Congressman David McIntosh, met with President Trump today to talk about it. 

Along the lines of what State Senate President Kevin Grantham has suggested might happen, we learned Wednesday night that there is a deal between Colorado Democrats and Republicans on a bill to fund transportation infrastructure in our state. At least it's the outlines of a deal, with some negotiation still to be done. They're briefing reporters tomorrow morning and we'll be joined by Joey Bunch of to talk about it at 9:36 on Thursday. 

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