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Year: 201938 201896

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  • Utah’s Bright and Shining Future

    SLC youth join thousands of students from around the world to demand action on climate change.
      Hundreds of Utah students skipped school on Friday to rally on Capitol Hill and demand lawmakers take action to mitigate the effects of climate change.
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  • This Is the End, My Friend

    Conversion therapy! Fornication! Slavery! A venomous lizard not native to our state! 2019 Legislature reaches feverish conclusion.
      Legislators have toiled away on Capitol Hill for the past 45 days, making new laws and devising fresh ways to control the lives of their more secular constituents.
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  • Double Take

    State senator-turned SLC mayoral candidate Jim Dabakis raises eyebrows with KUTV alignment.
      Billed as the "fastest-growing podcast in Utah," each Friday's Take 2 episode features Dabakis and recurring strange bedfellow, former House Speaker Greg Hughes, who debate local, state and national issues.
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  • Latter-day Paints

    Church History Museum showcases Jesus-approved art in 11th international competition.
      The pieces are loosely grouped into sections that have similar thematic representations, including animals, the cosmos, women’s devotional, the Book of Mormon, and of course, ol’ J-man Himself.
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  • Back That Ash up

    Final week of legislative session kicks off with a repentant teacher, grandstanding lawmakers and energetic youth protesters.
      In a uniquely Utah moment, Valley View Elementary School students and their parents met at the Capitol Monday to call on the Davis School District to train their teachers so they can recognize Catholic students on Ash Wednesday.
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  • Unaccounted for

    Law enforcement officials gather in Sandy to help Utahns find missing loved ones.
      Linda Fields spent her Saturday driving two-and-a-half hours from her home in Annabella to Sandy, to ask state and local law enforcement officers for help finding her husband, James.
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  • Dog and Pony Show

    The Legislature’s final days are upon us.
      Fear not, dear drinkers—the task force will not be entirely comprised of non-drinking Mormons.
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  • Legislative Hangover

    Stronger beer could soon be available on taps and in grocery stores across the state, but not everyone is happy.
      “They come in here for the big stuff. The want flavor,” 2 Row Brewing founder and president Brian Coleman says of his in-store customers. “They want awesome beers that taste like something, and they’re just not satisfied with the 4-percent products.”
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  • Abortion & Taxes

    Guv tackles ‘divisive’ issues during monthly news conference.
      “Of all the issues we’ve ever had, at least in my lifetime, there has been nothing more divisive than the idea of abortion,” Herbert said.
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  • The Unsinkable Shireen Ghorbani

    After two electoral defeats, the Salt Lake County Democrat finally gets her turn.
      "My plan is to see my congressman, who has not done a town hall in Salt Lake City proper in a year."
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