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Gov. Herbert says lawmakers are infringing in areas they shouldn't be. More shakeups in the White House. Congress passes a massive spending bill.
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Gov. Gary Herbert thinks lawmakers may have encroached too far on some territory that normally belongs to the executive branch during the just-completed session [Utah Policy].
Bob Bernick and Bryan Schott tiptoe through a monumental week in Utah politics. Watch the video here [Utah Policy].
Listen to a podcast of our week in review here [Utah Policy].
Bob Bernick ways opponents of the signature-gathering route to the ballot were routed in court this week and should stop wasting everybody else's time [Utah Policy].
The last 16 contestants in our 2018 Utah political bracket are set. Check out the updated bracket as we get ready for the "Sweet 16" next week [Utah Policy].
|Time to give up the ghost on SB54 - Bernick and Schott on politics Ep. 366|
The Utah GOP loses another court battle over SB54....
|Bob Bernick's notebook: A court gives the Utah GOP back to Republicans|
And with one clear slap, the federal 10th Circuit Court of Appeals deals a deathblow to GOP opponents of SB54....
|The 'Sweet 16' in our Utah political bracket challenge is set|
Our 2018 Utah political bracket challenge is down to the final 16 competitors....
|Herbert worried lawmakers may have overstepped their authority with some bills from the 2018 session|
Gov. Gary Herbert says he is considering a veto of legislation that he sees as overstepping the separation of powers between the executive and legislative branch....
|The 2018 Utah income tax cut: What are the impacts?|
A new Utah Foundation report reveals the results of changes to the state's income tax resulting from the 2018 legislative session....
|Weekly survey: Next steps for the Utah GOP after their latest court defeat?|
The Utah GOP lost their latest court fight against SB54 after a federal court upheld the signature-gathering path to the ballot. Should the party continue their legal appeals, or drop the lawsuit and admit defeat? Vote now in our weekly survey....
|Podcast: Bernick and Schott on politics Ep. 366|
Bob Bernick and Bryan Schott churn through a monumental week in Utah politics....
|Casual Friday: Weekend Events & Outdoors Report|
Outdoor Notes--Tribune:Obscure company called Ayers Energy bought a bunch of controversial public-lands leases in Utah's San Juan County - but who's actually behind it?Weekend EventsConcerts-- Bonham-Verzosa Viola-Piano Duo,Zion Canyon Arts Foundation, Friday, 7 p.m., Canyon...
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"A market is never saturated with a good product, but it is very quickly saturated with a bad one." Henry Ford
"After residents in Birmingham complained about the terrible smell, New York City has agreed to stop sending railcars full of the city's excess sewage to a landfill in Alabama. Yeah, train cars filled with human waste and an unbearable smell - or, as that's called in New York, the subway." James Corden