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Behind the headlines: Salt Lake Democrats spar, Utah GOP relents on election changes, autism experts come to Utah (5/15/15)


Utah Republicans reluctantly agree to go along with changes to the election process spurred by the Count My Vote movement. Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams and his former staffer Rep. Justin Miller trade accusations over financial impropriety and ethical concerns. Gov. Herbert appoints a new chief at the Utah Department of Environmental Quality. And the world’s leading autism experts come to the Beehive State.

On Friday at 9 a.m., Tribune reporters Kristen Moulton, Mike Gorrell and Robert Gehrke along with government and politics editor Dan Harrie join Roger McDonough to talk about the week’s top news stories.

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