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‘Behind the Headlines’: Love and Owens ads, homeless communities and Salt Lake Comic Con (9/2/16)


Utah Republican Rep. Mia Love and Democratic opponent Doug Owens increase their campaign spending with TV ads. A Midvale community for homeless people provides a pathway to recovery and stability. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton sends an attack ad against Republican opponent Donald Trump to Utah voters. And Salt Lake Comic Con kicks off this weekend with some big names in sci-fi.

On Friday at 9 a.m., Salt Lake Tribune reporters Matt Canham, Chris Smart and Sean P. Means, as well as editorial writer George Pyle, join The Salt Lake Tribune’s Benjamin Wood to talk about the week’s top stories.

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