Bob Bernick and Bryan Schott analyze what happened this week in Utah Politics.
The Utah GOP drops their lawsuit against SB54. Will the right wing party wackos try to impeach party chair Rob Anderson because of the decision?
Utah got a $100 million Medicaid waiver from the federal government. They’ll now be able to give health coverage to between 4,000 and 6,000 Utahns, but it’s far fewer than if they had taken full Medicaid expansion.
The groups behind the five proposed ballot initiatives are raising big bucks to try and get on next year’s ballot.
Rep. Mia Love talks out of school and says Sen. Orrin Hatch will retire next year. Hatch’s office took a huge swipe at Love in response.
In our weekly segment, “Holy crap! Trump did what?” we try to understand why there were so many Russians around during pivotal events from the 2016 campaign.
Some of the social media posts from the Russian “troll farms” prove a good portion of the American electorate is deeply stupid.
Plus, Bryan and Bob call their shot in Tuesday’s CD3 election.