Podcast: Bernick and Schott on politics Ep. 387

Bob Bernick and Bryan Schott explain a busy week in Utah politics.

Utah struggles with medical marijuana following the LDS Church’s email urging members to vote against Prop. 2.

The Utah Supreme Court shoots down Count My Vote’s bid to get on the November ballot.

Some subcommittees for the Inland Port Authority are meeting behind closed doors, which looks really, really bad.

Rep. Rob Bishop wants to move the headquarters for the Bureau of Land management to Ogden, but Grand Junction, Colorado is also in the mix.

The first ads air in the Mia Love vs. Ben McAdams race as Mia Love campaigns with Mitt Romney.

Plus, Donald Trump says there will be violence if Republicans lose the midterm elections, and he doesn’t understand how Google works.

Bob Bernick and Bryan Schott explain a busy week in Utah politics.

 

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