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Vending machines need face lift for Obamacare regulations

03/11/2013 11:29am
Starting in April, vending machines will be required to be transparent with nutrition information and labels, even if the vending machine doesn't currently have the capability.

Non-discrimination law likely won't be addressed this year in Senate

03/11/2013 5:28pm
A proposed statewide non-discrimination law likely won't be debated on the Senate floor before the gavel comes down on the Utah Legislature late Thursday night.

Sequester gets personal for Millcreek family

03/11/2013 7:55pm
Budget cuts to a federal program put a stop to one Utah family's dream of owning their first home.

Groups call for veto of bill allowing concealed carriers to bypass permit process

03/11/2013 8:28pm
Gov. Gary Herbert was asked Monday to veto a bill that would allow concealed weapons to be carried without a permit.

House strikes down tax on e-cigarette and tobacco products

03/11/2013 8:57pm
A bill that would have taxed tobacco products that aren't yet sold in Utah failed 29-44 in the House Monday.

Bills to watch as 2013 Legislature winds down

03/11/2013 11:42pm
The countdown is on at the Utah State Legislature: only 74 hours left in the 2013 general session. It promises to be an active three days, with more than 100 bills in play before the 2013 Legislature wraps on Thursday.

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