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Behind the Headlines: Transgender bathroom use, Grand Canyon pollution, UTA meetings, tea-party-group endorsement (5/27/16)


Utah is suing the federal government over the White House’s transgender restroom directive. Arizona business owners push for more air pollution controls as Utah’s haze spills into the Grand Canyon. The Utah Transit Authority reopens committee meetings after negative feedback from groups, including the Salt Lake County Council. And gubernatorial candidate Jonathan Johnson receives an endorsement from a national tea party group.

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