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Utah National Guard move to Hill Air Force Base gains support

SALT LAKE CITY -- A resolution supporting relocation of the Utah National Guard from Salt Lake City to Hill Air Force Base garnered unanimous committee support...


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Primary candidate selection bill clears committee

SALT LAKE CITY -- Legislation that the sponsor said would fix the unintended consequences of last year’s Count My Vote compromise advanced out of committee...


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Utah ranks OK for infrastructure but canals are a worry

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah received no A’s or F’s on its 2015 infrastructure report card prepared by the American Society of Civil Engineers....


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Low-income advocates urge lawmakers to sunset earmarks to help

SALT LAKE CITY -- Since 2005, earmarks in Utah’s general fund budget have climbed from $42 million to $531 million, with most of those dollars getting...


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Bill to stabilize general assistance aid advances in Senate

SALT LAKE CITY -- Legislation that would allow federal reimbursements for General Assistance aid to return to that program fund rather than going into the...




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Utah prison officials say that "making do" is no longer enough

DRAPER -- Utah appears to be at a crossroads regarding where and how to house its growing prison population. But its aging Point of the Mountain complex in Draper,...


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North Ogden lawmaker's "Frail Utah" bill fails to advance in

SALT LAKE CITY -- A limited Medicaid expansion bill failed to advance in Utah’s Senate Thursday, with nine voting for SB153 and 17 against. Sen. Allen...


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Pending bill to regulate e-cigarette products won't include

SALT LAKE CITY -- Even before getting numbered and published, a lawmaker’s bill to regulate and tax e-cigarette products has been stripped of its revenue...


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Bill to lower penalty for carrying weapons on mass transit

SALT LAKE CITY -- A bill that would reduce the penalty for carrying a firearm or weapon on public transit from a felony to a misdemeanor cleared a House committee...


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Civil engineers give average grades to Utah infrastructure

SALT LAKE CITY -- Utah received no A’s or F’s on its 2015 infrastructure report card prepared by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)....

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