Online dating safety bill enters Senate

House Bill 18, requiring Utah online dating apps to include helpful safety tips and reminders, progressed to the Senate on Jan. 25.

College students, faculty collaborate on Great Salt Lake emergency report

The Great Salt Lake is facing unprecedented danger according to a new report conducted by BYU students and faculty in collaboration with other universities across the state.

Bill to allow health care providers to seek mental health help outside of workplace moves to Utah Senate

House Bill 78, informally known as Scott’s Bill, passed onto the Senate on Thursday, Jan. 26.

Gov. Cox signs bill for ‘Utah Fits All’ scholarship program, teacher raises

The Utah legislature voted to approve the Funding for Teacher Salaries and Optional Education Opportunities bill this afternoon, echoing a previous bill vetoed in 2007.

Intermountain Healthcare rebrands to Intermountain Health

Utah-based Intermountain Healthcare has rebranded itself as Intermountain Health as a means of conveying the company's "added emphasis on keeping people healthy, as well as continuing to provide world-class medical care at its hospitals and clinics," according to an Intermountain news release.  

‘Former trans kid’ speaks out after Utah House committee, addresses transgender legislation

Chloe Cole, a "former trans kid," spoke out about the bills addressed in a Utah House committee on transgender legislation in the Utah State Capital Building on Jan. 24.
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