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Medical, charities, and other deductions on tax forms

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Itemized deductions can help reduce taxable income. Medical, charities, mortgage interest, real estate taxes and miscellaneous deduction are taken on the Schedule A. There are limits are these...

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Layton lawmaker's bill lets officials refuse to marry gay

SALT LAKE CITY — A bill recently introduced in the Utah Senate would allow government employees to refuse to marry same-sex couples, but only if they give up...


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Health insurance fairy tale worth striving for

Laws by their very nature draw lines. We tell each other stories, because in the narratives it helps us understand where the lines are to be drawn. One of the...


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Hundreds rally in support of governor's Medicaid plan

SALT LAKE CITY  — Several hundred people gathered at the state capitol Thursday to protest a decision by lawmakers to reject the governor’s...


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Lawmaker attempts to resurrect failed Medicaid bill

SALT LAKE CITY — A Democratic lawmaker on Thursday attempted to resurrect a Medicaid expansion bill that was voted down in committee. Rep. Justin Miller, a...


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Utah lawmakers move bill to revive firing squad forward

SALT LAKE CITY — A proposal to bring the firing squad back to Utah has only a few hurdles left before heading to the governor for approval. In a close vote...




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Ringling Bros. to give up elephant acts in 3 years

POLK CITY, Fla. (AP) — The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus says the “Greatest Show on Earth” will go on without elephants. Animal...


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Utah LGBT anti-discrimination bill passes first test

SALT LAKE CITY — A landmark Utah proposal protecting gay and transgender individuals passed its first test at the state Legislature on Thursday when a...


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Wheelbarrow-sized rocks strike Ogden Canyon Road

OGDEN CANYON — Four wheelbarrow-sized rocks tumbled onto Ogden Canyon Road on Thursday afternoon, a Utah Department of Transportation official has said. UDOT...


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VIDEO: DAILY NEWS UPDATE

Here is your Daily News Update for Friday, March 6, 2015 with Angie Erickson. 


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Competing religious liberty and antidiscrimination bills move

SALT LAKE CITY -- Within hours of Wednesday’s unveiling of landmark legislation to prohibit discrimination against gay and transgender people while protecting...


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Wheelbarrow-sized rocks strike Ogden Canyon Road

OGDEN CANYON — Four wheelbarrow-sized rocks tumbled onto Ogden Canyon Road on Thursday afternoon, a Utah Department of Transportation official has said. UDOT...


Layton lawmaker's bill lets officials refuse to marry gay

SALT LAKE CITY — A bill recently introduced in the Utah Senate would allow government employees to refuse to marry same-sex couples, but only if they give up...