Monthly Archive:: October 2011

Campaign Urges Utah Parents to “Act Early” on Developmental Disorders

Utah parents will soon have some help tracking their children’s development and learning about the warning signs of autism and other developmental

Lee Enters New Territory with Proposed Super PAC

Those who follow politics probably chuckle at the Super PAC, or political action committee, that was created by satirist Stephen Colbert. But

Arizona Seeks Toll on I-15 to Fund Road Projects, Angering Utah Officials

Utah Governor Gary Herbert says a proposed toll on a section of Interstate 15 in Arizona is bad policy. He told reporters

CityViews 10/27/11: Legacy of Larry H. Miller

Segment 1: During his dynamic life, Larry H. Miller built an empire of car dealerships, movie theaters and, of course, the Utah

Will Legislature Address Air Quality on State Level?

Idling your car in Salt Lake City could soon cost you a hefty fine. In a unanimous vote this week, the Salt

Lawmakers Discuss Troubled DABC’s Future

Utah Senate President Michael Waddoups and House Speaker Becky Lockhart addressed a recent audit of the Utah Department of Alcoholic and Beverage

Western States Forge Consensus on Immigration Reform at Summit

Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff says punitive illegal immigration measures than have taken effect in states like Arizona, Georgia and Alabama are

CityViews 10/26/11: Controversy in the Stacks

Segment 1: Questions of mismanagement and intimidation continue to haunt Salt Lake City Library Director Beth Elder, so much so that a

Lieberman Addresses Utahns; Says Religion Won’t Be a Factor in 2012 Election

Religion will likely not be an issue in the 2012 Presidential election… at least according to U.S. Senator Joe Lieberman of Connecticut.

Becker: Democrats Supported Maps Because they Were Protected, like GOP

Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker observed this year’s legislative redistricting process from a completely different role. During the last redistricting a