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Lawmakers learned lessons from the detailed reports about the years former Salt Lake County Recorder Gary Ott spent in office with a progressive mental illness... [Read More]
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County jails and the Utah Department of Corrections would have to report how many inmates die in custody each year under a bill on its... [Read More]
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Faced with an influx of cash from a booming economy and federal tax changes, Utah politicians are having a debate over how they'll spend about... [Read More]
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Faced with an influx of cash from a booming economy and federal tax changes, Utah politicians are having a debate over how they'll spend about... [Read More]
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The second component of the Utah Legislature's approach to cannabis this session moved from the Senate to the House on Wednesday, as lawmakers passed a... [Read More]
The Republican-dominated Legislature's most outspoken Democratic foil announced on Tuesday he wouldn't seek re-election to his Salt Lake City seat. Sen. Jim Dabakis won't run... [Read More]
If Utahns know enough to have an opinion about an initiative that would change the way the state's voter districts are drawn, they're twice as... [Read More]
Efforts by some lawmakers to create laws and taxes that could curb the use of tobacco and nicotine products have sputtered this session as some... [Read More]
During a meeting at the Capitol that included staunch opponents to federal land policies in Utah, Rep. Mike Noel floated an idea to help his... [Read More]
Lawmakers may allow rural Utah counties to use more money from hotel taxes to buy buildings and land, repair roads and fund police under a... [Read More]
The Senate Revenue and Taxation Committee supported a bill that would create a new state tax credit for very low-income workers who come from families... [Read More]
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