Bernick and Schott on politics podcast: Gesturing broadly at everything

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Managing Editor Bryan Schott and Contributing Editor Bob Bernick bring you up to speed on the latest Utah political news.

Utah will allow schoolchildren to attend class if they’ve been exposed to Covid-19.

Will teachers feel safe returning to the classroom? The state’s largest teachers union demands Gov. Herbert abandon the plan to reopen schools in the fall, and parents in some areas say they don’t feel safe sending their kids back to class.

Gov. Herbert insists a statewide mask mandate is “still on the table” (spoiler alert: it’s not).

The White House says Utah is still in the “red zone” for coronavirus spread.

Utah’s tax revenues fell 4.2% from the last year, but that number doesn’t tell the whole story.

Mitt Romney rips President Donald Trump’s decision to remove American troops from Germany.

President Trump suggests postponing the 2020 election, and we get another indication of how the presidential campaigns think the race is shaping up.

No, there is not a reservoir of “hidden” Trump voters, and anyone who thinks so is wrong.

The White House scrapped a plan to test for the coronavirus because it was primarily hitting Democratic states.

Former GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain died from coronavirus.

Bryan shares his favorite quote from the last week.


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