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Q & A with the DABC: How liquor laws work in Utah

FOX 13 solicited viewer questions on Facebook and Twitter on how Utah liquor laws work. Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control Executive Director Sal Petilos and DABC Compliance Director Nina McDermott answered the questions. 1,691 more words

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Utah pays high-priced lobbyist to de-list wolves

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah House of Representatives wasn’t ready to talk about wolves in the waning hours of March 12. Less than two hours remained in the 2015 General Session, and they were about to vote on what is called the “bill of bills,” which is the budget bill wrapping up loose ends for the state. 349 more words

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Update: Years of debate about Utah anti-discrimination law end in Capitol rotunda

Madeleine Lewis
Capital West News

SALT LAKE CITY — It lasted less than 15 minutes but a signing ceremony in the waning hours of the Legislature ended years of debate as Utah officially adopted a law that provides LGBT people protections in employment and house. 695 more words

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Pay day loan, minimum wage and midwife measures among bills that fail

By Emily Larson
Capital West News

SALT LAKE CITY –Despite the time, effort, and passion put into each bill that goes through the Utah legislature, sometimes agreements can’t be made or amendments just aren’t enough. 1,075 more words

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Utah back in charge of Navajo oil, gas royalties seven years after settling mismanagement lawsuit

UTAH – Seven years after the Utah Legislature agreed to pay $33 million to settle a lawsuit over mismanaging royalties from oil and gas drilling on the Navajo reservation, the state is again taking over as trustee for the multimillion-dollar fund. 129 more words

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Utah Second Amendment bills range from guns to crossbows

By Abigail Norton
Capital West News

SALT LAKE CITY – Legislators have been debating their 2nd Amendment rights this session with issues ranging from gun education to the use of crossbows. 477 more words

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Bear Lake beaches will again be open to more traffic

By Will Glade
Capital West News

SALT LAKE CITY — Once again, Bear Lake is about to see a change in laws managing the beaches around the Utah side of the Lake. 503 more words

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