Congress Archive

Shurtleff Joins Push to Confirm Head of Financial Protection Bureau

Despite opposition from his own party, Republican Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff is pushing to have former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray

Conservationists Slam Attempt to Overturn New Uranium Claim Moratorium

Conservation groups are slamming an attempt by Utah and Arizona lawmakers to overturn the Interior Department’s moratorium on new uranium mining claims

Lawmakers Want to Overturn Moratorium on Uranium Mining Claims in Arizona Strip

Republican Utah lawmakers are teaming up with Arizona’s congressional delegation to try to overturn the Interior Department’s moratorium on new uranium mining

Politics Up Close: Herbert, Hatch on Economy & Jobs Speech

Utah Governor Gary Herbert is continuing his push to promote Utah’s economy with a trip to New York City. Unemployment in the

Democrats Take Redistricting Message to Southern Utah

The newly-elected chairman and other leaders of the Utah Democratic Party have embarked on a “Red Rock Tour.” The party says Jim

Chaffetz Says No to Senate Run in 2012

Republican Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz says he would like to return to Washington, but not as a senator… at least for now.

Huntsman Goes After Perry

The entrance of Texas Governor Rick Perry into the presidential race provides another candidate to stack up against former Utah Governor Jon

Love Discusses Potential Congressional Bid

When she was elected mayor of Saratoga Springs in 2009, Mia Love made history as the first African American woman ever to

McCain Berates Tea Party Senators, Like Lee

Utah Senator Mike Lee and other Tea Party Republicans pushing a balanced budget amendment during the debt ceiling crisis got a verbal

Groups Urge House to Reject Conservation Cuts

Conservationists say an appropriations bill the U.S. House of Representatives will vote on this week would mean massive cuts to programs that