If you’re a regular visitor to sltrib.com, you’ve likely noticed we include source materials for our stories as often as we’re able.
A coverage goal for The Salt Lake Tribune is to help readers gain access to as much information as possible so you can educate yourselves and make informed decisions about issues important to you.
We’ve introduced a new feature to our coverage of the 2014 Legislature with that goal in mind.
"In Their Own Words," produced by Jennifer Napier-Pearce and Kevin Winters Morriss, is a series of short video interviews with lawmakers explaining key bills and sharing what motivated them to sponsor the bills.
The videos take viewers straight to the source, and add a dimension to our comprehensive report on the Legislature that personalizes coverage of often complex issues.
You’ll see the videos embedded in stories about key bills, but you also may watch them by visiting this playlist on The Tribune’s YouTube channel.
Meanwhile, all our legislative coverage is available at sltrib.com/politics.
|1.||Kearns woman booked on attempted murder for trashing newborn|
|2.||Consumers want Utah liquor stores to offer better hours|
|3.||Audit blasts UTA, says it gave millions in sweetheart deals|
|4.||Meeting poster for Mormon women shows only male speakers|
|5.||Restaurant review: Rye rocks in space next to Urban Lounge|
|6.||NFL notes: Seahawks penalized for too much hitting|
|7.||Forget priesthood — some Mormon feminists seek a middle way|
|8.||Utah’s famous Canyonlands rock art unexpectedly recent|