IN THE HIVE Archive

Will Utah abolish the death penalty?

Today on the show: A renewed attempt at abolishing the death penalty emerges at the Utah Legislature. Rep. Gage Froerer, R-Huntsville, leads

“Bad Faith” letters and the Americans with Disabilities Act

Today on the show, a Utah legislator proposes a bill to address what he views as an attempt to make money off

Medical marijuana research and legislation

Today on the show, we talk about what’s happening on Utah’s Capitol Hill relating to medical marijuana. Rep. Brad Daw, R-Orem, has

The intersection of art and activism

Today on the show, we’re looking at the convergence of art and activism. Jorge Rojas, Utah Museum of Fine Arts Director of

Utah’s air quality and your health

Today on the show: it’s inversion season again. The public weighs in on how Utah’s air quality has affected their health and

Young politicos on the 2018 Utah Legislative Session

Today on the show, we look at the lawmaking process through the eyes of a few politically engaged millennials. Natalie Callahan, Chair

The 2018 Sundance Film Festival

Today on the show: we view the Sundance Film Festival through the eyes of a critic and a filmmaker. Salt Lake Tribune

Utah mothers experiencing homelessness

Today on the show: Keely, a mother who has experienced homelessness in Utah, talks about raising kids in an unstable living situation.

The future of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

What will happen to Grand-Staircase Escalante National Monument after Pres. Donald Trump’s decision to shrink it? Rep. Chris Stewart, R-Utah, proposes legislation

Opponents of the Bears Ears National Monument

Today on the show, we look at the arguments being made by proponents of Pres. Donald Trump’s decision to shrink the Bears