ArchiveBernick and Schott on politics podcast – ‘The scoop of the year that wasn’t’Bryan Schott·April 21, 2020· Share Bryan Schott and Bob Bernick break down the top Utah political news stories. Gov. Herbert and lawmakers are pushing to allow some Utah businesses to open at the beginning of May. The links between coronavirus protests and right-wing wackos. The legislature may provide some legal protections for businesses that reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic. Rep. Ben McAdams joins a bipartisan group in Congress in drafting a blueprint for getting America’s economy working again. Rep. Brad Daw is ousted by Utah County GOP delegates, while several other incumbents are forced into primary elections. Lawmakers reach a deal with Gov. Herbert on changes to a vetoed special needs scholarship bill. Congress is scrambling to provide more money for small businesses and President Trump says he’s shutting down all immigration because of COVID-19. Oil goes negative. Plus, a big scoop that didn’t happen. If you have a question you’d like answered, you can send it to [email protected]. Let us know what you think about the show. Find out how to leave us a rating and review at RateThisPodcast.com. Follow our social media feeds on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. You can listen everywhere you get your podcasts: iTunes Spotify Podchaser IHeartRadio TuneIn Google Stitcher Also available on your favorite podcast app. If you’d like to get your message to Utah’s political movers and shakers by sponsoring this podcast, send us an email.