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Behind the Headlines: Mike Lee's donors, FLDS trust evictions, UTA wants cash

Published August 15, 2014 9:18 am

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Sen. Mike Lee's campaign asks donors if their contributions were legal. More legal allegations surface against Shurtleff and Swallow. The state-run trust managing former polygamist properties sends out eviction notices. UTA says it wants to boost service, but needs more money. And Salt Lake City explores how to deal with online ride-sharing companies.

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