Daniel Woodruff

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Legislators punt on adding renter, advocate to housing affordability panel

A Utah legislative committee voted not to advance a bill that would have added a renter and housing advocate to the state’s Commission on Housing Affordability.
3 days ago

Utah House committee approves Ten Commandments bill despite constitutional concerns

A Utah lawmaker is no longer pushing for public schools to display a copy of the Ten Commandments but wants to add other biblical precepts and the Magna Carta to the curriculum.
7 days ago

These bills aim to make homeownership more attainable for Utahns

If you live in Utah, you probably know someone who wants to buy their first home but can't. Buyers are facing high prices and high mortgage rates.
8 days ago

More kids in unlicensed day care? Utah Legislature mulls changing state law

Utah lawmakers are considering a proposal to boost the number of children allowed in unlicensed day care facilities.
10 days ago

Utah lawmakers advance clergy abuse reporting bill after emotional hearing

A bill giving clergy in Utah more leeway to report child abuse is moving forward.
13 days ago

Bill getting rid of new Utah state flag fails to advance

A bill that would have gotten rid of the new Utah state flag while reinstating the old one failed to move forward Thursday.
14 days ago

Lt. Gov. Henderson says school board member Cline’s actions ‘a new low,’ calls for resignation

Utah Lt. Gov. Deidre Henderson called on embattled state school board member Natalie Cline to resign.
14 days ago

Utah lawmakers eye changes to first-time homebuyer program

Utah's new first-time homebuyer program could soon be changing.
15 days ago

Utah lawmakers reject proposal to expand health coverage to more pregnant women

A push to expand health coverage for low-income pregnant women in Utah is not moving forward.
16 days ago

Police arrest man in stolen USPS truck after standoff

Police detained a man in a United States Postal Service truck Monday after a standoff.
17 days ago

Utah law prohibiting new drivers from having friends in car could soon change

A longtime law in Utah prohibiting teens from driving with friends in the car for a certain period of time may soon change.
21 days ago

Compromise bill giving Utah tenants more notice of rent increases moves forward

It can be difficult to find out your rent is going up, especially if you don't have a lot of notice.
22 days ago

Proposal to expand Utah’s earned income tax credit stalls at Legislature

A bill that would have expanded Utah’s earned income tax credit by making it refundable failed to pass out of a legislative committee Tuesday afternoon.
23 days ago

Crews recover body of man who fell through ice at Settlement Canyon Reservoir

Search crews in Tooele recovered the body of a man who fell through the ice at Settlement Canyon Reservoir Monday night.
24 days ago

Lawmaker proposes bigger fines for speeding in Utah school zones

A Utah lawmaker is proposing substantially higher fines for speeding in a school zone.
27 days ago

Bluffdale family mourns wife, mother killed in snowmobile crash

A Utah family is grieving the death of a wife and mother who was killed in a snowmobile crash. Sarah Scott, 51, died last week after her snowmobile hit a tree in Heber City near Daniels Summit Lodge.
28 days ago

Lawmakers recommend continuing to fund Utah’s dual language immersion program

A legislative committee is recommending no change to how Utah’s dual language immersion program is funded.
28 days ago

Senate committee approves new tax cut bill

The Senate Revenue and Taxation Committee approved Senate Bill 69, which would cut the state’s corporate and income tax rates from 4.65% to 4.55%.
29 days ago