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Jihadi John and Educated Terrorists

posted Mar 2nd - 12:08pm
Doug Wright talks to terrorism expert, University of Utah Law Professor Amos Guiora, about how ISIS is able to recruit middle class educated youth into a radical death cult
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Speaker Hughes Explains His Decision on Healthy Utah

posted Mar 2nd - 12:06pm
Doug and House Speaker Rep. Greg Hughes discuss the decision not to hold floor debate and a vote on Healthy Utah.Doug and House Speaker Rep. Greg Hughes discuss the decision not to hold floor debate and a vote on Healthy Utah.
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Find your Legislature

Kathleen Millar  |  posted Feb 26th - 9:11am
Don't know who your legislature is? Its easy to find out! Click here and type in your zip code to find your House and Senate Representative.
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Criminal Justice Reform- Could the war on drugs be coming to an end?

Kathleen Millar  |  posted Feb 25th - 12:25pm
75% of the countries prison population consists of non violent offenders. Senator Mike Lee thinks something needs to be done.
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Could we really predict inmates future crimes in order to reduce return offenders from getting out in the first place?

Kathleen Millar  |  posted Feb 24th - 1:14pm
Could we really predict inmates future crimes in order to reduce return offenders from getting out in the first place?
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We could get a minor league soccer stadium at the Utah State Fair Park

Kathleen Millar  |  posted Feb 23rd - 12:40pm
The state fair park could get a new feature. RSL has offered up a 23 million dollar soccer stadium that would be built on the property if it passes through the legislature.
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Lawmakers are looking at a bill that would reduce recidivism in Utah prisons

Kathleen Millar  |  posted Feb 19th - 2:04pm
HB348 is "soft on crime" but "tuff on criminals" with a goal of reducing the numbers of repeat offenders. The hope is to lower prison population numbers and prevent the education of criminals.
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Crossroads Urban Center withdraws from Pioneer Park Coalition

Kathleen Millar  |  posted Feb 19th - 1:32pm
Crossroads Urban Centers has now withdrawn from the Pioneer Park Coalition over the possibility of moving the homeless shelter and its facilities. Pioneer Park Coalition, in midst of getting funding from the state, is still looking at all the possibilities- including keeping the shelter where it's at.
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SLC is Short Millions in Unpaid Parking Citations

Kathleen Millar  |  posted Feb 18th - 1:29am
Salt Lake is short millions in unpaid parking citations and the major offenders are police and the UPS vehicles.
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The Dispensing Barrier AKA "The Zion Curtain" May Get a Repeal

Kathleen Millar  |  posted Feb 18th - 12:55am
A proposal to repeal the "Zion Curtain" law has been proposed.
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Isis Harvesting Organs

Kathleen Millar  |  posted Feb 18th - 12:31am
Iraqi authorities have discovered bodies located in shallow graves that have been found missing organs.
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Firing Squad may come back to Utah

Kathleen Millar  |  posted Feb 17th - 2:01pm
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Dr. Frank Luntz Thinks Utah is on the Right Track

Kathleen Millar  |  posted Feb 17th - 11:50am
The country isn't exactly in the best economic state. Dr. Frank Luntz says a weak political system is in part to blame and that it looks like something good is happening in Utah despite that. AP photo
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Sage Testing, is it better or worse than the assessment systems we've had in the past

Kathleen Millar  |  posted Feb 13th - 1:07pm
Students need to be taught the technology that they will use as they grow up but is SAGE testing the best way to see if they're improving?
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SAGE Testing

Kathleen Millar  |  posted Feb 13th - 1:00pm
There are some conflicting opinions surrounding SAGE Testing. What do you think? Have you seen an improvement from your kids or not?
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More questions than answers are left with the Ukraine peace deal

Kathleen Millar  |  posted Feb 12th - 1:35pm
Does the cease fire between Russian separatists and Ukraine have a chance to lead to peace? The terms seem vague and leave a lot of room for questions. (photo credit: Economist)
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Performance Based Funding for Higher Education

Kathleen Millar  |  posted Feb 10th - 12:53pm
We could see improved graduation rates when offering new performance based funding for higher education.
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Legal Expert Weighs in on Alabama Chief Justice Resisting Gay Marriage

posted Feb 10th - 9:55am
Alabama's Chief Justice is telling his state's judges to hold off issuing licenses for couples wanting same-sex marriage. Our legal expert explains how long Alabama can hold out.
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We could see a raise in the minimum wage for servers

Kathleen Millar  |  posted Feb 10th - 9:50am
Do you think the minimum wage for servers should be increased? We could see raises coming if this bill passes
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