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Sen. Mike Lee has announced that he will serve as chairman of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights.
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Governors associations top list of biggest state-race donors

Bill Barrow, Associated Press  |  posted 42 minutes ago
The Republican Governors Association and its Democratic counterpart were the dominant players in making donations to pay for state-level elections in 2014. The two groups often served as pass-throughs for billionaires, unions and corporations seeking influence in statehouses nationwide.
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Day 2: Legislature tackles education, taxes, liquor laws, campaign contributions

KSL.com  |  posted Jan 27th - 8:49pm
On the second day of the 2015 Utah Legislature Tuesday, lawmakers began work on several education bills. They also discussed bills dealing with tax increases, liquor laws and campaign contributions.
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Bill seeks to improve civic engagement among students

Morgan Jacobsen  |  posted Jan 27th - 7:37pm
The Senate Education Committee recommended a bill for Senate approval Tuesday that would require students to pass a citizenship test before they can earn a high school diploma.
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Business community supports tax increases for schools, roads

Lisa Riley Roche  |  posted Jan 27th - 7:32pm
A group of Utah business leaders Tuesday said it's time for lawmakers to invest in both education and transportation, even if that means increasing taxes.
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House committee holds bill setting limits on campaign contributions

Lisa Riley Roche  |  posted Jan 27th - 7:24pm
A House committee voted Tuesday to hold a bill that would place limits on how much could be contributed to political candidates.
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Bill would increase incentives for early high school graduation

Morgan Jacobsen  |  posted Jan 27th - 7:20pm
Lawmakers are considering a bill that would increase the incentives and resources for students to graduate early from high school through Utah's Centennial Scholarship program.
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Anti-capital punishment group protests firing squad bill

Katie McKellar  |  posted Jan 27th - 6:42pm
A Utah lawmaker's proposal to resurrect the use of firing squads would restore a gruesome relic of the state's Wild West past, a group opposed to capital punishment said Tuesday afternoon.
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LDS statement could push controversial bills forward

Dennis Romboy  |  posted Jan 27th - 6:31pm
Now that the courts have spoken on same-sex marriage in Utah, lawmakers are poised to tackle controversial proposals on religious freedom and nondiscrimination. Statements from the LDS Church could change how the Utah Legislature handles such issues.
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Missouri to save $4.2 million by switching hepatitis C drug

The Associated Press  |  posted Jan 27th - 5:31pm
State officials say Missouri's Medicaid program will save an estimated $4.2 million in fiscal year 2016 by using a newer, cheaper drug to treat hepatitis C.
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