This week, we're looking at some of the ways Utahns are leading the way when it comes to national and global issues.
SUNDAY EDITION – This week on Sunday Edition, education funding in Utah is low–but is it doing enough? We look at the numbers from a new Utah Foundation study. And what Salt Lake City is doing to prepare for the UN Civil Society Conference. Plus, Doug Wright got the chance to sit down with Utah’s […]
SUNDAY EDITION – This week on Sunday Edition, how the LDS church is working with the NAACP in a historic partnership. And reducing stress and anxiety as the school year begins. Plus, the organization working to bring the stories of historical Utah women into the classroom.
This week on Sunday Edition, the debate over what is behind the growing number of mass shootings in this country continues. We talk with mom and writer Meg Walter, whose article is going viral this week calling for change. And Jon Huntsman. Jr., may be looking to make the Governor's race in 2020 a little more interesting. He resigned from his post as US Ambassador to Russia and has a lot of people wondering: What's next?
On this episode of Sunday Edition, we dive into Medicaid Expansion. Last week, the Trump administration denied Utah's request for federal Medicaid waivers as the future of the Affordable Care Act is up in the air.
SUNDAY EDITION – This week on Sunday Edition, we talk with Mayor Jenny Wilson about the upcoming Census and how it will impact Salt Lake County residents. And as we look ahead to the 2020 election season, Doug sits down with the heads of Utah’s top two political parties. Plus, in honor of the anniversary […]
The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square celebrates its 90th anniversary of Music and the Spoken Word. The broadcast began on the radio and has since become the longest continuous broadcast in the world. We got a chance to take a look back at the history of the choir, as well as talk with some of the choir's leadership about the organization's future.
SUNDAY EDITION – This week on the Sunday Edition, two major decisions by the Supreme Court this week–what the gerrymandering and census rulings mean for Utah. We take a look back at the presidential debates–what we learned–or didn’t learn from the debates. And Governor Herbert this week asking for new regulations surrounding conversion therapy in […]
SUNDAY EDITION – As the legislature wraps up this month’s interim session–we look at what is next for lawmakers and the solutions groups from both ends of the political spectrum would like to see. The Legislature’s Tax Restructuring and Equalization Task Force is headed out across the state to listen to your thoughts on tax […]
Impact of Immigrant Students on Peers, Helping Youth Grow Into Future Leaders, and the End of the Manti PageantSUNDAY EDITION – A new study shows the impact of immigrant students on their peers in the classroom. Plus–we discuss some ways parents and leaders can be helping the youth they work with grow into future leaders–from the woman who quite literally wrote the book. And 53 years later, what the Manti Pageant means for […]
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