It’s been a fairly quiet week in Utah politics. Everyone must still be asleep following the end of the 2017 Legislature.
Sen. Orrin Hatch still hasn’t decided if he’s running for another term (he is), but he’s been raising money for the “Hatch Foundation,” for after his political career is over.
Utah Republicans tried to gut the “Count My Vote” compromise on the last night of the 2017 session. Could that effort lead to some unintended consequences?
The Trump administration seemingly has stopped finding new and spectacular ways to crash and burn, but they are worried about microwave ovens being used to spy on us and Trump’s Muslim ban was stopped again.
Plus, Bryan offers up a solo performance of the Broadway smash Hamilton.
Bob Bernick and Bryan Schott run down the week in Utah politics.