‘Trib Talk’: What happened at the Utah Legislature?

(Francisco Kjolseth | Tribune file photo) Abraham Roe creates large soap bubbles on the front capitol of the Utah Capitol during the last day of the Legislative session on Thursday, March 14, 2019.

Utah’s 2019 legislative session adjourned Thursday evening, capping off 45 days of debate on hundreds of new laws that included the replacement of a voter-approved Medicaid-expansion initiative, controversial abortion restrictions, hate crimes enhancements and a failed attempt to overhaul the state’s sales tax.

On this week’s episode of “Trib Talk,” Tribune reporters Benjamin Wood, Bethany Rodgers and Taylor Stevens and Tribune columnist Robert Gehrke discuss all the action at the state Capitol and the political loose ends that will continue into the summer.

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