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Lawmakers convene for a special session Monday
Legislative leaders expect to see several gun-related bills during the 2020 session.
President Trump says the U.S. is “locked and loaded” to respond to an attack on a Saudi Arabian oil field.
Utah Sen. Arthur V. Watkins headed up a bi-partisan committee to consider censure of Sen. Joseph McCarthy during the height of his anti-communist purges. The Senate ultimately voted to “condemn” McCarthy on two counts.
Many people believe Watkins’ role in the McCarthy affair contributed to his re-election defeat in 1958 when Democrat Frank Moss won the seat.
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