The judge took a long time to decide not to make a decision and said the court must consider further evidence.
It is a small victory in what is shaping up to be a grand war surely destined for the Utah Supreme Court.
Or as Craig Coburn, who represented USAC in case told the Salt Lake Tribune: It’s first and goal with just inches to go. But the state contends it has a powerful defensive line.
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