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Dating Violence Bill Passes Committee, Still Has Challenges Ahead

Victims of dating violence may soon have more protection under Utah law. Yesterday the House Judiciary Committee passed a bill that offers

Utah’s Seat Belt Laws Could Get More Strict

Stricter seat belt laws could be coming to Utah. Wednesday, a bill that would require seatbelts to be worn on Utah’s highways

Parents Push for More Choice in Education

Several students and parents looking for more choices in education made their voices heard on Utah’s Capitol Hill Friday. This week marks

Political Cornflakes: Utah Senators React to Senate Gun Hearing

Gun control took center stage this week in Washington as the Senate Judiciary Committee began its hearings on gun violence. So how

White House Calls on Shurtleff to Help With Immigration Reform

Earlier this week, President Obama declared ‘Now is the time’ to take action on immigration. The President isn’t wasting any time; Mr.

House Speaker Lockhart Pushes for Less Reliance on Federal Government

The 2013 legislative session kicked off Monday; and Utah lawmakers are already discussing what the next 45 day session will look like.

Political Cornflakes: Response to President’s Swearing In

President Obama was sworn in for his second term in office earlier this week. So what did Utah’s members of Congress think

Becker Calling on Higher State Air Quality Regualtions

Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker wants the state to do more to address air quality. Currently, the Wasatch Front has

SLCPD Launches ‘Coffee with a Cop’ Program

Have a question about crime or an issue in your community? An officer from the Salt Lake City Police Department wants to

CPR Certification Could Become Mandatory for High Schoolers

(KCPW News) The Utah legislature will be discussing adding a new graduation requirement for Utah high school students during the upcoming session.