Managing Editor Bryan Schott and Contributing Editor Bob Bernick run through the news from a busy few days in Utah politics.
Another special session is on tap for Utah lawmakers next week. We look at some of the issues they may tackle during the session, including a plan to possibly give tax credits to parents who keep their kids home due to the coronavirus.
Lawmakers are looking at issuing bonds to pay for construction projects and maintenance at state parks.
Jon Huntsman is facing a deadline to decide whether he will launch a write-in campaign for governor.
Sen. Mike Lee says Google is biased against conservatives, even though that's not how the internet works.
A GOP super PAC is ready to dump a bunch of money into the race between Ben McAdams and Burgess Owens, and Owens goes on Fox News to blame "radical leftists" for the cancelation of college football.
Plus, President Donald Trump wants to be on Mt. Rushmore.
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