Female political leadership roles lacking in Utah despite past progress

A historic number of women were elected to Congress last year, but some Utah women are still finding it difficult to find their own voices and roles in politics.
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2020 Utah Legislature Session to discuss Utah Inland Port, tax reformation,...

The Utah 2020 General Legislative Session is scheduled to begin Monday, Jan. 27, 2020. Issues Utahn’s should be aware of include infrastructure, tax reformation and environmental policy.

Proposed bill promotes fairness among immigrants in the workplace

Some citizens feel that The Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act of 2019 (SB: 386), proposed by Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT), does everything but put American’s first.

Protestors defend DACA during Supreme Court hearings

Supreme Court hearings on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Act, also known as DACA, has spurred protests and backlash across the country.

Citizens react to Provo School Bond results, board looks to future

Proponents and opponents of the Provo School Bond are reacting to its failure to pass during general city elections. Unofficial results showed just 36.93% of voters supporting the bond.

Technological error causes missing ballot scare

Utah County and state officials are working to improve upcoming elections by investing in new technologies.