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Utah Legislature honors suffragettes, commemorates 100 years of women’s suffrage

Senate Joint Resolution No. 1 might not appear different from other government documents, but it marked a momentous political victory for Utah women. This Resolution signified Utah's official ratification of the 19th Amendment — the amendment that secured U.S. women the right to vote.

Protestors argue Utah inland port will do more harm than good

The Utah inland port is planned to develop over 16,000 acres in the northwest quadrant of Salt Lake City. Citizens are concerned with the potential damage to habitat and wet lands, air quality and traffic the port may case.

New data shows student loan default rates low in Utah

Utah has the seventh-lowest default rate on student loans in the nation according to a comprehensive report by LendEDU released Oct 22.

Utah trade delegation travels to Japan in hopes of economic expansion

Utah Gov. Gary Herbert and representatives from 22 of Utah’s leading companies visited Japan on a trade mission to expand Utah’s global presence, strengthen trade opportunities and forge relationships.

BYU grads ‘go forth to serve’ with Salt Lake City-based nonprofit

After graduating with a bachelor's degree in marketing in 2014, Christensen went to work for Humanitarian Experience for Youth, a Salt-Lake-based organization that provides international service trips for youth more commonly known as HEFY. After three years of working there as a program director, she founded Youth Refugee Coalition as a sister organization to HEFY.

Church members in US politics share experiences

There are 10 members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints currently serving in Congress. Despite common ties to the Church, Latter-day Saints serving in political positions have different reasons for getting involved in politics.