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April 23rd, 2014
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Archive: News / Page Two / Politics (3 Stories)

Senator seeks to end credit monitoring for health department hack victims

02/20/2013 9:08am
One lawmaker is questioning the need for Utah's free credit monitoring service, which was established when hundreds of thousands of Utahns had personal information stolen.

Mississippi finally ratifies 13th Amendment banning slavery, thanks to 'Lincoln'

02/20/2013 10:29am
Though the 13th Amendment was ratified and adopted in 1865, it took some states quite a while to actually get around to ratifying the document banning slavery and involuntary servitude.

Gun debate sparks several bills in Utah Legislature

02/20/2013 5:49pm
Lawmakers heard several separate bills about guns and gun control Wednesday, and three are getting a lot of attention.
 
   
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