Monthly Archive:: August 2010
Home sales have taken a major dive in Salt Lake County, following a national trend.
Parents are shouldering even more of the back to school costs this year with state funds for school supplies slashed and district
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush offered some advice to Governor Gary Herbert’s Education Excellence Commission this morning on how to improve the
Although leaders in the Utah Legislature have agreed with Governor Gary Herbert’s plan to accept $101 million for public education from the
Both Salt Lake County and Summit County have a new representative in the state legislature. Last week, Democrat Joel Briscoe was
The latest job figures for Utah show the state’s economy is growing, albeit slowly.
Salt Lake County Mayor Peter Corroon says if he’s elected governor he’ll fill state education coffers without raising taxes and set higher
Unlike immigrant advocates, Utah’s Hispanic Republicans support adopting a guest worker program on the state level.
A proposed Utah bill banning the sale of flavored tobacco products and novelty nicotine candies could lead to a lawsuit. A similar
Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff is considering filing a friend-of-the-court brief on behalf of attorneys general opposed to a California law