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Lawmakers Reconsider, Pass School Bus Advertising Bill

Despite voting the bill down last month, the Utah House of Representatives reconsidered and passed a bill allowing school districts to sell

Pilot Program Would Require Community Service In Exchange For Medicaid

The Utah House of Representatives passed a bill today that creates a pilot program requiring less than 100 people to perform community

Employment, States Rights Highlight Herbert’s State of the State Address

Utah Governor Gary Herbert delivered his first State of the State Address as an elected Governor last night at the Capitol in

Democrats Say They Will Fight Education Cuts, States Rights Bills

Responding to Governor Gary Herbert’s State of the State Address last night, Utah House Minority Leader David Litvack pledged Democrats will fight

Cedar Hills Residents To File Suit Over Legislative Vacancy

Residents from two Cedar Hills voting districts intend to file a lawsuit against the Utah Republican Party, the Utah County Republican Party,

Browning Pistol Clears First Hurdle in Race to Become State Handgun

A bill that would designate a Browning handgun as the state firearm received a favorable recommendation from a House committee yesterday.

Babka’s Attorney Says Client Did Not Commit Felony

Salt Lake County prosecutors have charged Cottonwood Heights police officer Beau Babka, a former candidate for sheriff, with two third-degree felony counts

Gill Looks To Build Trust At DA’s Office

Salt Lake County has a new District Attorney as Democrat Sim Gill officially took office yesterday, replacing Republican Lohra Miller. Miller’s

Twelve County Officials Get Sworn In

A dozen Salt Lake County officials, including five newly elected, are at work after they were sworn in this morning.