Articles Tagged 'utah'
Utah state lawmakers advance bill naming highway after Trump
some one lawmaker said are too vicious and profane to discuss publicly — did not deter a committee of legislators Monday from advancing legislation to…
Mitt Romney’s Senate run threatens to divide GOP
Mitt Romney’s bid for Utah’s open U.S. Senate seat isn’t official yet, but it’s already shaping up to be deeply divisive for the Republican Party.…
Trump slashes Utah land protections
President Trump on Monday shank two massive, controversial national monuments in Utah, potentially opening thousands of acres to drilling, mining and grazing.
The reductions erase…
Utah Lawmakers To Consider Fee Increases For Firearms Permits
Utah lawmakers voted Wednesday to move forward with legislation that could potentially raise fees for drivers’ licenses and concealed firearm permits.
The sponsor of the…
Ranchers spar with Obama over new national monuments in Utah and Nevada
With the exception of his time spent serving in the Army during the Vietnam War, Sandy Johnson has spent most of his 67 years running…
Appeals court strikes down ruling that decriminalized polygamy in Utah
A federal appeals court Monday struck down a judge’s ruling that decriminalized polygamy in Utah, saying the lawsuit brought by members of the “Sister Wives”…
Mitt Romney: I’m voting for Ted Cruz in Utah
Former Massachusetts Gov. and 2012 GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney announced Friday he is voting for Sen. Ted Cruz in the Republican caucuses in Utah,…