Electors’ votes, backlash over shelter sites, air-quality woes and Swallow’s court setback (12/23/16)

Utah electors unanimously cast their votes for President-elect Donald Trump. Salt Lake City Council members receive threats after the announcement of the four new homeless service-center sites. Utah falls short of EPA air-quality standards. And attempts to dismiss the case against former Utah Attorney General John Swallow are denied by a state judge.

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