This week Sunday Edition, Doug sits down with Utah's top political leaders to get their take on this year's session. From Senate President Stuart Adams and Senate Minority Leader Luz Escamilla, to House Speaker Brad Wilson and House Minority Leader Angela Romero.
This week on Sunday Edition, Doug Wright sits down with Utah Senator Mitt Romney to talk about President Biden's speech in Poland on the anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine to concerns over China and the surveillance balloons, and a various other topics.
This week on Sunday Edition, Doug Wright is joined by KSL reporter Ladd Egan to look ahead at abortion access legislation being unveiled on Utah's Capitol Hill and speak to the representative who brought the school choice bill into law and their future bills.
This week on Sunday Edition, we look at the new congress in Washington, D.C. and the divided House Republicans who struggled for days to elect a new House speaker, Utah lawmakers to take bold action to save the Great Salt Lake, and tate lawmakers will have the final vote on the new design for the new state flag.
Doug Wright dives into two bond issues Utah voters approved during the midterm elections. Doug also sits down with Ben Hart, the executive director of the Utah Inland Port Authority, to talk about the wide-reaching impact of the bill President Biden signed to avoid a rail strike.
Doug Wright sits down with the Director of Elections Ryan Cowley to talk about all things Utah Election and what Utah voters need to know. Doug also discusses the numbers with Jason Perry from the Hinckley Institute of Politics.
Doug Wright sits down with Utah Project Leaders on a national program being tested in Utah called "The Dignity Index." The project is trying to encourage political candidates to use more dignity and less contempt by scoring their words and messages on an eight-point scale.
Doug Wright talks with a BYU professor about the future of the British Monarchy following the death of Queen Elizabeth II. Doug also looks at the political landscape in Utah with two months to go until the mid-term elections.
Doug Wright talks to UDOT about a proposed gondola in Little Cottonwood Canyon, including next steps for the project, how they came to decide on the gondola, and how the public can make their voice heard, including those against the proposed gondola.
Doug Wright sits down with Utah Senator Mitt Romney to discuss the shrinking Great Salt Lake, The Family Security Act 2.0, as well as the senator's thoughts on the Inflation Reduction Act and the re-dedication of the Washington DC temple.