Bernick and Schott on politics podcast: Utah in the red zone

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Managing Editor Bryan Schott and Contributing Editor Bob Bernick discuss the latest Utah political headlines.

A White House document says Utah is one of 18 states that should roll back the opening of businesses because of a rising number of coronavirus cases.

Gov. Gary Herbert says the state is adjusting their coronavirus restrictions to allow Salt Lake City schools to re-open.

A group of maskless protesters disrupts a Utah County meeting about mask requirements.

Ben McAdams has a massive cash advantage ahead of November’s election.

It’s kinda strange how QAnon is popping up around GOP congressional nominee Burgess Owens.

There’s a poll showing Owens leading McAdams by 9 points, but there are some very good reasons to cast doubt on those results.

Utah’s unemployment rate drops dramatically.

President Donald Trump holds an alarming press conference.

What the hell is happening in Portland?

And, we dip into the mailbag.


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