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Senate rejects bill to clarify the process for transgender Utahns to legally change their gender designation

Taylor W. Anderson By Taylor W. Anderson , lee davidson 2d ago

House votes to strip power from UTA on how to spend new tax money in Weber, Davis counties

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson 2d ago

With Utah governor’s suicide task force urging action, lawmakers back two prevention bills

Luke Ramseth By Luke Ramseth 2d ago

House approves minor tweak to Utah’s toughest-in-nation DUI law

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson 2d ago

Another slap in governor-Legislature power struggle: Proposal to allow lawmakers to call themselves into special sessions

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson 2d ago

Threats to college and university campuses may outweigh the privacy of sexual assault victims, Utah lawmakers say

Benjamin Wood By Benjamin Wood 2d ago

Utah representative walks back victim advocate confidentiality bill, saying he needs more time and a task force to study the issue

Paighten Harkins By Paighten Harkins 2d ago

Lawmakers OK bill that would allow drug dealers to face homicide charges in overdose deaths

Jessica Miller By Jessica Miller 2d ago

Utah lawmakers quickly reject charging a fee for disposable grocery bags — and instead decide to ban cities from imposing their own

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson 2d ago

Resolution to protect student civil liberties heads to the Utah governor’s desk

Benjamin Wood By Benjamin Wood 2d ago

Proposed Utah liquor law change would let restaurants take down signs that say they’re not bars — but bars would still have to explain they’re not restaurants

Kathy Stephenson By Kathy Stephenson 2d ago

Utah’s landfills are rarely inspected, so a new bill proposes a solution: Let the landfills inspect themselves

Emma Penrod By Emma Penrod 2d ago

Tribune Editorial: Schools should teach students about consent

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Gary Ott spent years in public office with progressive Alzheimer’s disease. Lawmakers are taking steps to avoid a repeat.

Taylor W. Anderson By Taylor W. Anderson 3d ago

Without a vote to spare, the Utah House agrees to strip the state school board of its final say in approving or denying new charter schools

Benjamin Wood By Benjamin Wood 3d ago

In Utah, stealing a police dog is a more serious crime than killing one. Lawmakers are changing that.

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson 3d ago

Utah senators vote to give more money to some school districts, despite concerns it means less money for all

Benjamin Wood By Benjamin Wood 3d ago

Dabakis has 2 cocktails before meeting to show lack of alcohol impairment, but it doesn’t sway votes to delay Utah’s tough new drunken driving law

Kathy Stephenson By Kathy Stephenson 3d ago

House speaker goes 1-1 in battles for more power vs. governor

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson 4d ago

Trump’s tax bill gave Utah politicians $80 million in an election year. Now they have to decide what to do with the tax windfall.

Taylor W. Anderson By Taylor W. Anderson 4d ago

Senate OKs bill banning police departments from giving officers ticket and arrest quotas

Dan Harrie By Dan Harrie 4d ago

Utah soon could be first state to fully legalize self-driving cars on its roads

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson 4d ago

Utah lawmaker votes against an education bill he briefly sponsored

Benjamin Wood By Benjamin Wood 4d ago

Lawmakers back giving developers parts of Utah Lake for an island subdivision — in exchange for fixing the polluted lake’s many problems

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly 4d ago