For the last week of the 2016 legislative session, Jim, Dan, and Natalie discuss the latest on the presidential race and the GOP’s efforts to take down Trump; Sen. Mike Lee as the hold-out senator for allocating $220 million to Flint, MI, to fix its poisoned water system; and Nancy Reagan’s passing. In the second segment the gang talks about SB80 – a bill to transfer transportation funds for building future water projects; SB115 – a bill to let Rocky Mountain Power to avoid the Public Service Commission and stifle rooftop solar in Utah; Sen. Madsen’s frustration with the legislature dragging its feet on medical marijuana; the bill to ban the death penalty in Utah; and a Federal judge who might trike down the signature requirements under the Count My Vote law because he thinks they’re too stringent.
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