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SUNDAY EDITION – This week, we sit down with the Governor to take an in-depth look at the 2019 legislative session. What went well and what he is looking forward to in the future. Plus, the kickoff to the 150th Anniversary celebration of the connecting of the Transcontinental railroad, right here in Utah. How you […]
Increasing Family Leave Without Adding To The Debt, Sen. Mike Lee Talks to Doug Wright About His New BillSUNDAY EDITION – Senator Mike Lee is putting forward a bill that would increase paid family leave in this country, and he says he can do it without putting the country into more debt. But will his solution actually solve the problem? Plus, how you can literally click a box to help solve homelessness. Watch […]
We talk with Lt. Governor Spencer Cox about what he learned this week while speaking with young LGBTQ+ activists.
Historic Hate Crimes Bill Clears First Hurdle, A Controversial Week on Capitol Hill, And Sen. Mitt RomneyA 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.
Changes to Tax Code Could Cost More, Discussion on Declaration of National Emergency for Border Wall FundingAnd the president avoiding a shutdown--but may have triggered some legal action by declaring a national emergency for border funding.
This week on Sunday Edition, SB96 passes out of the House amid protests at the Capitol. We sit down with some of the major players in this story.
Representative Ray Ward who put forward HB 210 explains how it will allow Proposition 3 to work as well as his concerns. 555,000 Utahns voted for Medicaid expansion this last election and now it seems it may be in jeopardy.
The 2019 Utah legislative session kicks off this week. Doug Wright discusses the issues that matter: air quality, Medicaid expansion, propositions and more. Plus, the economic boost coming from the Sundance Film Festival.
As the shutdown carries on into its fifth week, federal employees are feeling the pinch. The Department of Workforce Services explains the support available for federal workers, as well as how long programs can survive without federal money.
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