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Morning must reads for Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Good Tuesday morning from Salt Lake City. Today is the 94th day of the year. There are 271 days remaining in 2017.
Howell mulling running against Hatch for the third time. Tesla loses their court case to sell cars in Utah. Congressional Republicans are mulling a revised effort to replace Obamacare.
|Hughes says he's deeply disappointed by 'mob' atmosphere at Draper homeless shelter meeting|
Utah House Speaker Greg Hughes tells UtahPolicy Daily that he’s okay with Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams demanding that the Legislature pass a funding bill to financially help cities and counties who take a homeless center....
|Howell weighing another challenge to Hatch in 2018|
For Scott Howell, maybe the third time will be the charm....
|Press release: Sen. Mike Lee honored to support Gorsuch confirmation|
Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) voted to bring Judge Neal Gorsuch’s nomination to the Senate floor Monday....
|Release: Hatch introduces bill to streamline visa processing for missionaries|
U.S. Senator Orrin Hatch, R-UT, the longest-serving member and former Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, introduced legislation to streamline religious worker visa processing for missionaries in established international missionary programs....
|Cache Valley - Utah's other innovation hub|
“Companies can start in Utah, stay in Utah and thrive in Utah,” says Brad Baird, Business Development Manager at EDCUtah, who along with Becca Haynie, recently attended a tour of Cache County arranged by Sandy Emile, president of Cache Valley Chamber of Commerce....
|Utah hosting 2019 Site Selectors Guild Conference a 'huge opportunity'|
Every year EDCUtah brings five or six site selectors to Utah to introduce them to the state and educate them about doing business here....
|Press release: Americans for Affordable Products grows to more than 400 strong|
Americans for Affordable Products – a collection of businesses and trade associations seeking to stop the Border Adjustment Tax – announced that its membership has grown to well over 400 corporations and organizations. ...
Salt Lake Tribune
"Patriotic societies seem to think that the way to educate school children in a democracy is to stage bigger and better flag-saluting." ~S.I. Hayakawa
"The Trump administration is making some changes to the White House website. . . . There's a new section called "Insult Our Allies," and it gives you the option to type in a country, then it shows you what Trump would tweet at them. Let's see what happens when you type in France - a tweet that says, "French fries are overrated. Tater tots all the way. #MakeAmericaTateAgain." Jimmy Fallon