Both Sides of the Aisle Archive

Both Sides of the Aisle – Episode 36 June 19

Utah’s Immigration Law ‘de-fanged’, addressing the missteps of the DABC, and Mark Shurtleff’s appearance on Capitol Hill

Both Sides of the Aisle – Episode 35 June 12th

Eric Cantor losing his primary proves a political earthquake in Washington, while a literal earthquake hits Utah, Hilary Clinton, and a wrap

Both Sides of the Aisle – Episode 34 June 5th

Search Warrants issued at the homes of John Swallow and Mark Shurtleff; the yearbook photoshopping at Wasatch High, and the Pope takes

Both Sides of the Aisle – Episode 33 May 29th

Mayor Becker’s potential run for a third term and decision to cancel fireworks at July 4th and 24th celebrations, Gov. Herbert’s vision

Both Sides of the Aisle – Episode 32 May 22nd

National Monuments: Is the President grabbing land, or protecting national treasures? The fate of the Utah’s State Fair, and what’s happening with

Both Sides of the Aisle – Episode 31 May 15th

Higher gas prices in the Summer months, Immigration Reform, and Karl Rove takes a shot at Hilary Clinton.

Both Sides of the Aisle – Episode 30: May 8

Former Gov. Huntsman mulls another run for President and urges the GOP to act on climate change, and a potential minimum rage

Both Sides of the Aisle – Episode 29: May 1

State Conventions, Gov. Herbert gets a new Chief of Staff, the Donald Sterling comments, and producer Elisabeth Dee’s last show before returning

Both Sides of the Aisle – Episode 28: April 24

A showdown over public lands, State conventions, education elections becoming partisan and the Jazz will have a new coach

Both Sides of the Aisle – Episode 27: April 17

State Senator Todd Weiler sits in for Greg; Immigration reform, State conventions and the Trib in trouble?

Both Sides of the Aisle – Episode 26: April 10th

The Amendment 3 battle, Local mom gets deported? and is the University of Utah fight song sexist?   **Episode 25 was a

Episode 24: March 27th

The Antiquities Act and Rob Bishop, and Jim steps down from State party chair

Episode 23: March 20th

Attendance at Utah Party Caucuses, Is Mitt a has-been? and Malaysia flight 370’s Utah connection

Episode 22: March 13th

On the last day of the 2014 Legislative session – winners, losers; the Pre-K bill, and a bill stating that open carry

Episode 21: March 6th

The Count My Vote initiative, a 100 million dollar property tax increase in the senate, and the Zion Curtain…    

Episode 20: February 27th

Medicaid expansion plans at loggerheads, new State revenue forecasts and implications, and the town hall between legislators and the LGBTQ Community  

Episode 19: February 20th

Medicaid expansion arguments, Google Fiber potentially coming to SLC and Lockhart’s digital education bill.    

Episode 18: February 13th

A consensus on moving the prison, the Pre-K bill, and a blockade formed by LGBT protesters…  

Episode 17: February 6th

Children being deprived of lunch at Uintah, Insensitive tweets sent from the Legislature, Lockhart and STEM, and SB100 animus

Episode 16: January 30th

State of the Union Reactions, and the Lockhart vs. Herbert Smackdown

Episode 15: Legislative Preview (January 23rd)

This week Greg, Jim and Natalie discuss the issues that are sure to be the big stories of the legislative session, including

Episode 14: January 16th

Expectations for the upcoming Legislative session, Gov. Herbert meets with President Obama, Caps on campaign contributions, and the firing of a veteran

Episode 13: January 9th

The legalization of Pot in Colorado weighed against the potential banning of Pop in schools, and gay marriage is illegal again

Episode 12: December 26th The Year In Review

Natalie, Jim and Greg discuss the biggest political stories of 2013, predictions for the new year, and their year-end gripes.

Episode 11: December 19th

The Federal Budget Compromise, Utah’s Air Quality, and Matheson’s Big Decision

Episode 10: December 12th

The AG Pick by the State Central Committee, Pay Raises for Elected Officials, and Obama gets in on the ‘Selfie’ craze

Episode 9: December 5th

Public Lands and the Grand Bargain, Senator Osmond’s Education Proposals, Governer Herbert’s Budget, and Josh Romney Takes a ‘Selfie’

Episode 8: November 28th

John Swallow Resigns, The Governer’s Budget Release, and Eliminating the Use of the Filibuster in the U.S. Senate?

Episode 7: November 21st

Increasing the Minimum Wage, Higher Education Funding, and Mia Love vs. Jim Matheson

Episode 6: November 14th

Gov. Herbert honors Robert Redford, The aftermath of the Kennecott Landslide, Mayor McAdams and Autism, and Real Salt Lake gets through to