SALT LAKE CITY — Washington County residents made sure they were heard loud and clear in Salt Lake City Thursday during a meeting of the Board of Water… 115 more words
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Strict enforcement near Mantua prompts proposal to limit how much cities can make from traffic fines
MANTUA, Utah — A Utah legislator is questioning the motives behind a notorious highway speed trap in northern Utah.
Sen. Lyle Hillyard, R-District 25, has constituents in Logan, and he sponsored a new bill, Senate Bill 100, that he said came out of years of complaints. 319 more words
SALT LAKE CITY — SAGE, Utah’s standardized test, is sparking more concern as a proposed bill is making its way through this legislative session.
HB0164 makes amendments to state standardized testing that would make it so test results could impact grades and also determine if a student moves to the next grade. 404 more words
SALT LAKE CITY – A decade long ‘turf war’ between hospitals and birth centers is heating up on Capitol Hill.
Owners of birthing centers say they want to provide a safe service to their clients, but the rules are too restrictive and need to be changed. 313 more words
SALT LAKE CITY — Gov. Gary Herbert was the subject of some criticism Thursday over some statements he made regarding medical marijuana that some felt were racist, and Friday several Utah lawmakers issued a statement condemning that remark. 312 more words