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5 things to know about presidential state of play

08/09/2014 7:51am
Five things to know about the state of play in the 2016 presidential contest, unless you're at the beach, in which case all of this can wait. Really.

11 cards issued in Utah cannabis oil program

08/09/2014 3:03pm
Utah issued nearly a dozen registration cards in the first month of its limited medical marijuana program that allows those with severe epilepsy to possess cannabis extract oil.

The 'Orrin Hatch Federal Courthouse'? Rep. Stewart likes the name

08/09/2014 5:32pm
Officials dedicated Utah's new, unnamed federal courthouse this week, but Rep. Chris Stewart has an idea whose name he'd like to see on the building.

Politicians square off in 'friendly rivalry' at SLCO demolition derby

08/09/2014 10:28pm
In a political showdown for the ages, Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams took on Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox in the Dog Days of Summer Demolition Derby Saturday during the Salt Lake County Fair.

State Sen. Ige defeats incumbent Gov. Abercrombie in Hawaii's Democratic gubernatorial primary

08/09/2014 11:41pm
State Sen. Ige defeats incumbent Gov. Abercrombie in Hawaii's Democratic gubernatorial primary.

Ige beats Gov. Abercrombie in Hawaii primary race

08/09/2014 11:41pm
Hawaii state Sen. David Ige (EE-gay) has won the state's Democratic primary for governor, upsetting incumbent Gov. Neil Abercrombie.
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