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Salt Lake City Tries to Negotiate with Legislature

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Salt Lake City leaders are used to having to defend themselves before the Utah Legislature every year. And this year is no exception, with lawmakers proposing to kill the city’s plans to clamp down on electronic billboards, and do away with its anti-idling ordinance as well. So how is the city pushing back? KCPW’s Jeff Robinson spoke with Salt Lake City Council Vice-Chair Charlie Luke.

(KCPW News) Salt Lake City leaders are used to having to defend themselves before the Utah Legislature every year. And this year is no exception, with lawmakers proposing to kill the city’s plans to clamp down on electronic billboards, and do away with its anti-idling ordinance as well. So how is the city pushing back? KCPW’s Jeff Robinson spoke with Salt Lake City Council Vice-Chair Charlie Luke, who’s been representing the city at the legislature this year.

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