Good Friday morning from Salt Lake City.
Utahns favor using National Guard troops on the US-Mexico border. Romney says he wants to tackle immigration if he's elected in November. The Trump administration puts their "zero tolerance" policy on border crossings on hold.
- World Trade Center Utah awards grants to 23 Utah companies to help export and expand internationally
- Join WTC Utah for a diplomatic luncheon and roundtable discussion with His Excellency Dr. Mohammed Bataineh
- Riverton City eliminates business licensing fees; Mayor declares city open for business
- Sen. Lee applauds end of family separations at border
Salt Lake Tribune
Most Utahns support sending National Guard troops to the US-Mexico border according to a new UtahPolicy.com survey.
Immigration has become the political topic of the moment, with the focus squarely on the Trump administration's now abandoned policy of separating children from parents trying to cross the US-Mexico border....
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A slim majority of Utahns say they don't support President Donald Trump's plans to build a wall on the U.S. Mexico border.
Republican congressional candidate Chris Herrod says he's supportive of President Trump's executive order to end the separation of families who are trying to cross the U.S. Mexico border.
Rep. John Curtis had a message for President Trump and other administration officials about their policy separating families as they attempt to cross the southern border into the United States.
Used to be the Utah House and Senate majority political action committees would stay out of intraparty primary fights.
Mike Kennedy raised just over $151,000 during the past two months for his U.S. Senate run, bringing his total fundraising haul since he launched his campaign to just over...