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Build the wall? Utahns say not if they have to pay for it. Lawmakers mulling a veto override session. Trump's lawyer floated pardons for Flynn and Manafort.
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Most Utahns say they oppose building a wall on the border with Mexico if taxpayer money is used to pay for it [Utah Policy].
Lawmakers have a little more than a month to decide if they're going to override any of Gov. Herbert's vetoes. At least two bills that were vetoed passed with a supermajority [Utah Policy].
It's the "Elite Eight" in our 2018 Utah political bracket matchups. Hit the link to vote on who moves to the "Final Four" next week [Utah Policy].
|Utahns oppose using taxpayer money to pay for border wall|
Utah voters do not favor President Trump's plan to build a wall on the border with Mexico if taxpayer funds are used to build it....
|Vote on the 'Elite Eight' in our 2018 Utah political bracket|
It's time for the quarterfinals in our 2018 political bracket challenge....
|Will there be a veto override session? Lawmakers have about a month to decide|
Will there be a veto override session from lawmakers this year? We've got a little more than a month to find out....
|Utah Thrives podcast: Making landfills last|
Once a week, we haul that big trash bin out to the street, waiting for a truck to come along and empty it....
|Honoring Utah immigrants as new pioneers|
Wednesday the Salt Lake Chamber, Utah's largest and longest-standing business association, recognized the incredible contributions immigrants make every day in Utah at the American Dream Awards....
|Weekly survey: Gun control march/Social media|
Do you think there will be a lasting impact because of the large anti-gun violence rallies over the weekend? Has your social media use changed because of the controversy surrounding Facebook? Vote now in our weekly survey....
|Sens. Grassley and Lee call for oversight of DOJ prosecutors|
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) sent a letter to Department of Justice Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, asking for an update on the Justice Department's inquiry into alleged prosecutorial misconduct regarding Vascular...
|Bishop announces 2018 education conference|
On Friday, March 30, 2018, Rep. Rob Bishop (R-UT) will host over 100 students from a number of Utah high schools including Box Elder, Freemont, Layton, Clearfield, Altamont, and the Utah Military Academy as they gather at Utah's State Capitol Complex for Congressman Bis...
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"If fear is cultivated it will become stronger, if faith is cultivated it will achieve mastery." John Paul Jones
"Since it came out that Facebook's data was misused during the 2016 election, their stock has taken a huge dive. You can tell Mark Zuckerberg is worried, because today he applied for a job at MySpace." Jimmy Fallon