Monthly Archive:: January 2011
It would be a crime to leave a child under nine years old unattended in a hot car, under a bill that
A bill that would have allowed school districts to sell advertisement space on school buses was voted down this morning in the
A Hollywood actor has collaborated with local entrepreneurs to revive a nearly 80 year-old-bar in downtown Salt Lake City. Bar-X officially re-opened
A legislative proposal to make it easier to carry a concealed weapon in Utah is attracting both friends and foes. Republican Representative
Governor Gary Herbert is indicating he doesn’t like two proposed constitutional amendments to change how Utah’s public schools are managed.
While higher education funding in Utah may get cut during the legislative session, the Utah House of Representatives voted this morning to
Wendell Potter used to be a top executive at a major health insurance corporation, CIGNA. Now, he’s trying to get the word
Governor Gary Herbert is making a new push to bring a nuclear power plant to the state. Is that a good idea?
Utah is in the national spotlight for a proposal to make the Browning M1911 handgun the official state firearm. But that’s not
Newly elected Utah Senator Mike Lee is joining Utah’s Senior Senator, Orrin Hatch, on the Senate Judiciary Committee. Hatch himself made the