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Good Monday morning from Salt Lake City.
The Utah Legislature gets underway today. Join Contributing Editor Bob Bernick and me for a Facebook Live chat about what we can expect during the next 45 days. We'll be taking your questions and giving our thoughts on what will happen during the session. Join us on our Facebook page sometime around 9 am.
Government shutdown enters day three. Utah lawmakers return to the hill. Tax reform should be a top issue during the 2018 Legislature.
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Here are some of the big issues and important legislation lawmakers will consider during over the next 45 days [Utah Policy].
Gov. Gary Herbert says he's paying attention to tax reform and possible changes to the way the Utah Transit Authority is governed as the 2018 session gets underway [Utah Policy].
Gov. Gary Herbert previews the 2018 Legislature with Managing Editor Bryan Schott. They also talk about Utah's economy, why Herbert is raising so much money if he's not running again in 2020, and Mitt Romney's political plans [Utah Policy].
Our "Political Insiders" doubt lawmakers will be able to do anything significant with tax reform during the 2018 session [Utah Policy].
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