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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

STATE ASSEMBLYMAN MATTHEW HARPER TO APPEAR LIVE THIS SUNDAY ON LAGUNA ROUNDTABLE – KX93.5 FM

Show airs Sundays at 8 am on KX 93.5 FM and online www.kx935.com

LAGUNA BEACH, Calif., April 24th, 2017 – Leading the way in local community radio, Laguna Roundtable announces a live interview with Assemblyman Matthew Harper, who represents the 74th Assembly District, which includes Laguna Beach, this Sunday on KX93.5FM at 8 AM.

It is important Laguna RoundTable provide listeners access to the state and local leaders who shape the city they live in. “Assemblyman Harper will be asked about the recently passed Gas Tax, along with other issues affecting Laguna Beach voters.” states “Righty” Jim Kennedy Co-host Laguna RoundTable. “We welcome listeners to submit questions for the interview via email – lagunaroundtable@gmail.com” he continues.

The show will air live on Laguna’s only FM, KX 93.5 on Sunday 8 a.m. and can be live streamed at www.kx935.com/live. Podcast of the show will also be available at www.KX935.com.

For more information, please contact Laguna Roundtable via email at lagunaroundtable@gmail.com or on Twitter @RightyJim

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