Monthly Archive:: November 2009
State Representative Carol Spackman Moss is introducing a bill to revamp Utah’s bicycle traffic laws. It would allow cyclists to yield at
Another politician is calling on the president to withdraw American troops from Afghanistan. And it’s someone you might not expect to
You can put away those quarters as you do your shopping this holiday season. Parking will once again be free of
The staff of the Sorenson Multi-Cultural Center have been criticized by Salt Lake City Council members for intentionally undercharging some patrons to
Thirty-five former state lawmakers are now supporting an ethics initiative a citizen’s group is trying to get on the ballot in 2010.
Twelve votes. That’s what the race for Salt Lake City Council District 7 came down to, after nearly 3,900 votes were
Although Utah is a conservative state, the phrase “liberally construed” can be found several times in state code and state agency rules.
The Salt Lake County Council will finish up discussions on the 2010 county budget today. Council Chairman Joe Hatch says the budget
The Utah Health Exchange went online this August, aimed at making health insurance more affordable for small businesses and individuals. But the
The Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control ran out of licenses for bars last week, to the chagrin of business owners like