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  • Pamela’s Place

    State and city leaders break ground on SLC’s newest supportive housing complex and honor longtime homeless advocate Pamela Atkinson.
      “The governor knows how important housing is, the mayor knows, the lieutenant governor knows … the Legislature knows, and they apologized profusely at the end of the session that they took out $24 million,” Atkinson said.
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  • Distilling Hope

    Against archaic regulations, these Utah distilleries manage to leave their boozy mark.
      In reality, the road to creating and growing Ogden's Own Distillery was a bit rockier.
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  • The Buzz: Utah's Native Bees in Peril

    Federal lands could offer hives a respite from pesticides.
      "People ask us about the bees all the time when we're at farmers markets," he said. "They're like, 'What's happening? They're dying.'
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  • Mayoral March Madness

    Get ready to rumble—the primary is fast approaching.
      Assuming we survive the lunacy, we’ll be there to cover the race between the top two vote-getters, culminating in the November municipal election. But first, the primary.
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  • Anotha One

    The city’s mayoral race adds yet another candidate ahead of August primary.
      Harrison also said he sees the relationship between the mayor’s office and the City Council as one that needs to work together.
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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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  • The 12 Bills of Lege-mas

    Halfway through this year's general session, here are a dozen notable bills to keep on your radar.
      Will Utahns finally have a state flag worthy of a mouse pad this year? Or be able to purchase full-strength beer at their neighborhood grocery store like normal people?
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  • ‘Renegade Republican’

    Romney talks medical cannabis, public lands and climate change during Capitol visit.
      “I’d like to see the state be able to take out the dead wood and put it through lumber mills so it can be used in housing construction and so forth,” Romney said.
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  • Finding a Home

    Guv, homeless advocates ask Utahns to make small donations on taxes to help fight homelessness.
      While the guv admitted “nobody’s perfect, but we’re trying to help as much as we can,” people like Cornelius have found a stable home in the state.
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  • Feeling Radioactive

    Lawmakers move radioactive waste bill forward, scrap bill preventing people from changing genders on birth certificates.
      To the relief of many in the LGBTQ community and beyond, lawmakers decided to abandon Rep. Merrill Nelson’s bill to prevent persons from changing the gender on their birth certificates.
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Pamela’s Place Pamela’s Place State and city leaders break ground on SLC’s newest supportive housing complex and honor longtime homeless advocate Pamela Atkinson. April 17, 2019
Distilling Hope Distilling Hope Against archaic regulations, these Utah distilleries manage to leave their boozy mark. April 10, 2019
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