Bryan Schott and Bob Bernick discuss the latest Utah political headlines.
Gov. Gary Herbert says he will call the Utah Legislature into a special session by the end of April so they can grapple with the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
Jobless claims spike in Utah because of the outbreak.
Utah is teaming up with high-tech companies to test for and track the spread of the virus.
Gov. Gary Herbert vetoes a special education scholarship bill. He also vetoes a couple of tax measures because of economic uncertainty.
We run down our latest polling that asks Utahns how they are coping with the coronavirus outbreak.
The Utah GOP turns to ranked choice voting for their upcoming state convention, which is changing how candidates campaign.
Republican Jeff Burningham picks Sen. Dan McCay as his Lt. Governor candidate.
President Donald Trump finally seems to grasp the enormity of the coronavirus pandemic, saying between 100,000 and 240,000 Americans could die.
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