Utah Governor Gary Herbert, seated next to Lt. Governor Spencer Cox and surrounded by Utah tribal leaders, holds up an executive order he signed at the Governor’s Native American Summit in Orem, Utah, on July 30, 2014.
(KCPW News) Thursday wraps up the Ninth Annual Governor’s Native American Summit, which took place on the campus of Utah Valley University. The Summit was created under Governor Jon Huntsman in an effort to improve state government relations with Utah’s Native American tribal leaders. Governor Gary Herbert, who was Lieutenant Governor at the inaugural Summit, spoke to attendees on Wednesday morning, and he took care of some long-awaited business in the process.
KCPW’s Ryan Cunningham was there.
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