Monthly Archive:: January 2010
John Stables (R) spent his childhood in London. He lived there during the German air raids of World War II.
Everyone will ride free on Utah Transit Authority buses, TRAX and Frontrunner trains on February 12. UTA General Manager John Inglish
A proposal to clamp down on electronic cigarettes won unanimous support in a legislative committee this morning. Representative Ronda Rudd Menlove’s bill
Utah’s Constitution ultimately puts the Legislature in charge of redistricting. But a group called the Fair Boundaries Coalition is fed up
A group of Democratic Congressman Jim Matheson’s more progressive constituents say he’s not representing them well in the House of Representatives.
Should the state abandon its plans to make the HOV lane on I-15 a toll road during peak traffic hours? Democratic Senator
Utah Senate President Michael Waddoups says he’s concluded his investigation into the events that led to the arrest of former Majority Leader
Physicians could soon dispense prescription cosmetic creams and inject weight loss drugs right in their offices, under a bill moving forward in
In a mostly partisan vote, Republicans in the Utah House of Representatives killed a piece of legislation aimed at making it easier
It’s been a year since Utah Senate Majority Leader Scott Jenkins first introduced his rainwater harvesting bill, but he says people are