Lee Davidson has been a journalist for 40 years and is a fixture in Utah politics. He retired yesterday. Plus, privacy oversight on the docket, the Inland Port ‘bank’ is moving forward, a bill to help people finish their college degrees, it’s Consumer Protection Week and an absolute tragedy in Arkansas.
Long-time political reporter Lee Davidson retires
Today is my last day at the SL Tribune, and likely the last in my 40-year journalism career. I will miss the constant opportunity to talk to people of all backgrounds and experiences — and explain their beliefs fairly. I wish everyone could have such experiences. #utpol#utlegpic.twitter.com/vi7zMedz9C
It’s full steam ahead for another Utah Inland Port Authority bill filed late in the Utah Legislature’s general session, this year to create a funding mechanism for low-interest loans for rural port projects. | By @KatieMcKellar1#utpol#utleghttps://t.co/6Un3EFjyBZ