Lawmakers: Is it time to let UTOPIA die?
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"We have the courage of our convictions," he said. "We’re hopeful."
Sen. Curtis Bramble, R-Provo, said one positive that came out of Wednesday’s meeting was the suggestion that lawmakers form a working group with UTOPIA executives, other entrepreneurs and officials to see if there are solutions to UTOPIA’s financial troubles.
"I would want to see that dialogue before we go forward with any possible legislation," Bramble said. "There are people who can draw on their experience, and they can put their heads together to come up with something that might work."
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