Both Sides of the Aisle Archive
The Utah attorneys general saga continues; leadership changes are coming in the Utah legislature; and Chris Bleak says Utah is a great place for
Rep. Brian King represents the Left in place of Jim; Un-contested political races in the State of Utah, the Hobby Lobby Ruling,
Gov. Herbert officially seeking a third term, The 10th Circuit Court upholds the ruling of the lower court on Same Sex Marriage,
Utah’s Immigration Law ‘de-fanged’, addressing the missteps of the DABC, and Mark Shurtleff’s appearance on Capitol Hill
Eric Cantor losing his primary proves a political earthquake in Washington, while a literal earthquake hits Utah, Hilary Clinton, and a wrap
Search Warrants issued at the homes of John Swallow and Mark Shurtleff; the yearbook photoshopping at Wasatch High, and the Pope takes
Mayor Becker’s potential run for a third term and decision to cancel fireworks at July 4th and 24th celebrations, Gov. Herbert’s vision
National Monuments: Is the President grabbing land, or protecting national treasures? The fate of the Utah’s State Fair, and what’s happening with
Higher gas prices in the Summer months, Immigration Reform, and Karl Rove takes a shot at Hilary Clinton.
Former Gov. Huntsman mulls another run for President and urges the GOP to act on climate change, and a potential minimum rage
State Conventions, Gov. Herbert gets a new Chief of Staff, the Donald Sterling comments, and producer Elisabeth Dee’s last show before returning
A showdown over public lands, State conventions, education elections becoming partisan and the Jazz will have a new coach
State Senator Todd Weiler sits in for Greg; Immigration reform, State conventions and the Trib in trouble?
The Amendment 3 battle, Local mom gets deported? and is the University of Utah fight song sexist? **Episode 25 was a
The Antiquities Act and Rob Bishop, and Jim steps down from State party chair
Attendance at Utah Party Caucuses, Is Mitt a has-been? and Malaysia flight 370’s Utah connection
On the last day of the 2014 Legislative session – winners, losers; the Pre-K bill, and a bill stating that open carry
The Count My Vote initiative, a 100 million dollar property tax increase in the senate, and the Zion Curtain…
Medicaid expansion plans at loggerheads, new State revenue forecasts and implications, and the town hall between legislators and the LGBTQ Community
Medicaid expansion arguments, Google Fiber potentially coming to SLC and Lockhart’s digital education bill.
A consensus on moving the prison, the Pre-K bill, and a blockade formed by LGBT protesters…
Children being deprived of lunch at Uintah, Insensitive tweets sent from the Legislature, Lockhart and STEM, and SB100 animus
State of the Union Reactions, and the Lockhart vs. Herbert Smackdown
This week Greg, Jim and Natalie discuss the issues that are sure to be the big stories of the legislative session, including
Expectations for the upcoming Legislative session, Gov. Herbert meets with President Obama, Caps on campaign contributions, and the firing of a veteran
The legalization of Pot in Colorado weighed against the potential banning of Pop in schools, and gay marriage is illegal again
Natalie, Jim and Greg discuss the biggest political stories of 2013, predictions for the new year, and their year-end gripes.
The Federal Budget Compromise, Utah’s Air Quality, and Matheson’s Big Decision
The AG Pick by the State Central Committee, Pay Raises for Elected Officials, and Obama gets in on the ‘Selfie’ craze
Public Lands and the Grand Bargain, Senator Osmond’s Education Proposals, Governer Herbert’s Budget, and Josh Romney Takes a ‘Selfie’