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  • Loud, Proud & Funded

    The most powerful elected official in Utah gave $60,000 to two LGBTQ organizations working to prevent suicides. This is how they will allocate those funds.
      The groups that received the money serve a diverse swath of Utahns, including veterans, Native Americans and those struggling with opioid addiction.
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  • Keeping Count

    The undertaking to prepare for the 2020 census in one word? Massive.
      The presidential election isn't the only event of national importance next year.
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  • A Contender Emerges

    Spencer Cox announces gubernatorial candidacy.
      In his campaign announcement, Cox pledged to discuss solutions to improve Utah’s education, transportation, water, air quality and housing.
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  • Educating New Americans

    Inside two Salt Lake Valley charter schools that predominantly serve immigrants and refugees.
      "Here's an analogy about words. Close is to shut, as canine is to—get ready," Spencer says into the microphone she's wearing around her neck.
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  • Mitt Goes to the Middle East

    Romney takes his first official trip as a U.S. Senator to Israel, Jordan and Iraq.
      “It was a very productive trip,” Romney said.
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  • Home is Where the Hardship Is

    Aiming for more equitable and affordable housing, local activists push for reform.
      "I'm still really, really scared every day of being homeless again," she says. "I just never know if it's gonna happen again."
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  • Paging Dr. Ben!

    Rep. McAdams talks Affordable Care Act, Medicare for All at health care conference.
      Once he explained his concerns about potential Russian meddling in the U.S. 2020 presidential election, McAdams deftly redirected the conversation back to health care.
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  • When the Dems Come Marching In

    Red domination be damned, Democratic presidential candidates flock to Utah leading to 2020 election.
      "But I'll be there this week because I'm running to be president of the entire United States. Join us and let's do this together."
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  • Make the Middle Class Great Again

    Presidential contender Elizabeth Warren presents a three-point plan to fix the country during SLC visit.
      Sen. Elizabeth Warren has a vivid childhood memory of her mother standing in her parents’ Oklahoma bedroom. On the bed was a dress.
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  • Bearing Witness

    Salt Lake County D.A. says new hate crimes law will tell vulnerable communities, ‘You are seen.’
      For his part, Gill says he’s a progressive who has long advocated for criminal-justice reform. “But I also believe in a measure of justice. And sometimes justice requires us to see and bear witness to the crime that’s occurring before us, and articulate it as such,” he says.
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Get Off the Road! Get Off the Road! Electric scooters have descended on our sleepy metropolis—and not everyone is happy. August 29, 2018
Citizenship Purgatory Citizenship Purgatory Longtime undocumented immigrants struggle to convince judges to cancel deportation orders. August 23, 2018
The Unsinkable Shireen Ghorbani The Unsinkable Shireen Ghorbani After two electoral defeats, the Salt Lake County Democrat finally gets her turn. February 27, 2019

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