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Behind the Headlines: Gay rights, SLC mayor's race

Published July 25, 2014 8:59 am
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Sen. Orrin Hatch wants a religious exemption to President Obama's executive order extending LGBT workplace protections to federal contractors. Gov. Gary Herbert chimes in on the border crisis. Activists protesting against tar sands development in Uintah County are arrested. And the 2015 race for Salt Lake City mayor is on.

On Friday at 9 a.m., Tribune reporters Matt Canham and Christopher Smart, as well as editorial writer George Pyle, join Jennifer Napier-Pearce to process the week's top headlines.

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Twitter: @jnpearce Workplace exemptions, tar sands protests and border crisis

9 a.m. Friday • Sen. Orrin Hatch wants a religious exemption to President Obama's executive order extending LGBT workplace protections to federal contractors. Gov. Gary Herbert chimes in on the border crisis. Activists protesting against tar sands development in Uintah County are arrested. And the 2015 race for Salt Lake City mayor is on. Tribune reporters Matt Canham and Christopher Smart, as well as editorial writer George Pyle, join Jennifer Napier-Pearce to process the week's headlines. Tune in to KCPW 88.3/105.3 FM at 9 a.m. for the broadcast. Listen to it live, streamed at sltrib.com. Join in by calling 801-355-TALK, by sending questions and comments to #TribTalk on Twitter and Google+, or by submitting comments online at sltrib.com. The program will be rebroadcast on KCPW Sunday at 8 a.m. > sltrib.com

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