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Both Sides of the Aisle – Episode 54 (10/23/14)

This week, Natalie tries to bring Greg to the productive middle, Utah is ranked the worst state for women in the country,

Both Sides of the Aisle – Episode 53 (10/16/14)

Fmr. Lt. Gov. Greg Bell is our special guest centrist, and he gives his take on his old boss’s Healthy Utah plan.

Supreme Court Rejects Same-Sex Marriage Cases; Utah to Recognize Same-Sex Marriages

(KCPW News) Same-sex marriage is once again legal in Utah—and this time, it’s likely here to stay. The United States Supreme Court

Lawmakers Explore Public Lands Options

(KCPW News) A legislative commission met at Utah’s capitol on Wednesday morning to discuss the state’s legal options in a potential struggle

Dabakis: Salt Lake Tribune Must Be Saved From ‘Murder’

(KCPW News) A new joint operating agreement between the Salt Lake Tribune and the Deseret News has some Utahns concerned that the

Dabakis Resigns as Utah Democratic Party Chair

(KCPW News) Jim Dabakis has announced that he is resigning as Democratic Party Chair as of noon on Monday. The state senator

Senate Medicaid Plan Might Be Stuck in House

(KCPW News) A Senate proposal to partially expand Medicaid in Utah is moving on to the House after earning the approval of

LGBT Community Shares Its Story with Utah Pols

(KCPW News) It’s been weeks since an LGBT non-discrimination bill gasped its last breath in the Utah legislature. Ultimately, the Senate Republican

Despite Reservations, Count My Vote Bill Passes First Senate Vote

(KCPW News) Back on Tuesday, Republican Sen. Curt Bramble foresaw some contentious debate on his bill SB 54, so he went ahead

Bill Subsidizing NSA Data Center Stirs Debate in Senate

(KCPW News) If there’s anything legislators don’t like, it’s other people making decisions without telling them. On Tuesday, some senators felt like that

Air Quality Bill Tabled in Senate Committee

(KCPW News) At the moment, Utah law stipulates that the state’s clean air standards cannot surpass federal standards in stringency. However, given the