Monthly Archive:: January 2010
Legislation that cracks down on prescription drug abuse is receiving bipartisan support from state lawmakers. Republican Representative Brad Daw is sponsoring
The first bill in line to pass out of the Utah Senate this legislative session is an anti-gang proposal that died last
Utahns could soon be able to contribute to the cleanup of houses that are contaminated by methamphetamine through their tax returns. A
Utah Supreme Court Chief Justice Christine Durham says state courts have absorbed tremendous budget cuts, but they’re still functioning. In the State
A new team within the Salt Lake County District Attorney’s office will investigate and prosecute elder abuse cases, after the DA obtained
The Utah State Legislature convened this morning to address hundreds of bills and resolutions proposed this year, and a daunting budget shortfall.
A group of conservative state lawmakers is sponsoring several states’ rights bills this legislative session, trying to send a message to the
As Utah lawmakers begin their legislative session this week, they may give final approval to an immediate four percent cut in this
Dixie Snow was 20 years old when she moved from Utah to Washington DC in 1933 to live with her sister Gloria.
One person who will be trying to protect his budget from the red pen of lawmakers will be Dr. Larry Shumway, State