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Behind the Headlines: Same-sex marriage off, pollution plan aired, megahotel returns

Published January 10, 2014 9:03 am

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Gay marriage in Utah is put on hold, creating legal limbo for the thousand gay couples who legally wed after a federal judge ruled Amendment 3 unconstitutional. Salt Lake City's mayor outlines his strategy for cleaning up air pollution. And the fight for a taxpayer-funded convention center hotel downtown returns.

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