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Bryan Schott and Bob Bernick wrap up the week's political news.

The Utah Legislature and Gov. Gary Herbert want to put the pedal to the metal and get Utah's economy running again. More than 100,000 Utahns have filed for unemployment in recent weeks.

Legislators want to curb Gov. Herbert's authority during a public health crisis.

The Utah Legislature's online special session is going fairly smooth...so far.

No surprise, but Utah schools won't reopen again this year.

We break down our polls in the 4th CD race and the Utah Attorney General contest.

Mitt Romney gets the "Mean Girls" treatment from the White House.

President Trump wanted his own daily talk radio show, and he may try to force Congress to adjourn.

Plus, researchers say we may have to continue social distancing measures until 2022.

 

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