Historic Hate Crimes Bill Clears First Hurdle, A Controversial Week on Capitol Hill, And Sen. Mitt Romney
SUNDAY EDITION – A controversial week on Capitol Hill, and the debate is just going to grow.
We take a look at what happened and what is next with some of the session’s most contentious bills.
Members of the Utah delegation in town this week–we sit down with Utah’s Junior Senator, Mitt Romney.
A historic hate crimes bill in Utah clears its first hurdle, and we heard last week from the sponsor of a bill that will make changes to the proposition process. We hear from the other side today.
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