Former state Rep. Ken Ivory leaves state Legislature

Mitt Romney says states should take the lead on new gun laws. Ken Ivory resigns his legislative seat to work for a public lands consulting firm — one he helped secure a public contract for to the tune of $700,000. And despite losing federal funding, Planned Parenthood will keep operating in Utah.
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