In a story Oct. 25 about jury deliberations in the trial of Ammon Bundy and others involved in the occupation of an Oregon wildlife refuge, The Associated Press erroneously reported that the refuge is managed by the Bureau of Land Management. It is managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, which like the BLM is a part of the Department of Interior.
Attorneys opposing a ban on undercover recording in agricultural facilities told a judge the law violates constitutional rights, while the Utah Attorney General's Office argued it protects property owners and keeps employees and consumers safe.
With the impact fee moratorium on track to expire Nov. 2, the Salt Lake City Council — reluctant to let the city relapse to its old fee structure without a new, vetting plan in place — is considering extending the moratorium for several months.