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Utahns say Alabama Republican Roy Moore should drop out of the U.S. Senate race there after several women alleged Moore sexually harassed them when they were teenagers.
Sen. Orin Hatch said Tuesday that he intends on running for another term in 2018, but he won't make a final decision until the end of 2017 or early 2018.
At least two women have accused Democratic Sen. Al Franken of groping them without their consent. Should he resign from the U.S. Senate? Vote now in our weekly survey.
Republican leaders in the Utah House and Senate are looking at ways to cut down on the number of bills being filed each general session.
Boyd Matheson, the President of the Sutherland Institute, says he will not run for the U.S. Senate seat currently occupied by Sen. Orrin Hatch next year. Matheson had toyed with the idea for a few...
GOP Gov. Gary Herbert tells UtahPolicy that he will not endorse nor oppose any of the proposed 2018 ballot propositions.
Rep. Mia Love says the recent wave of sexual harassment claims against prominent politicians should not be used for political gain because it hurts those who are already victims.
Former Rep. Jason Chaffetz on Sunday proposed a kind of political "death penalty" for elected officials who engage in sexual misconduct, even if it happened before they were elected to office.
"Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is calling for an ethics investigation into accusations that Sen. Al Franken sexually assaulted a woman in 2006. Because Mitch McConnell absolutely will not stand for sexual harassment — by Democrats." Seth Meyers