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(KSL News) The legislative season is now half over, and that means lawmakers don't have much time left to pass or kill some 200 bills.
Already lawmakers have cut out millions of dollars from the state budget and passed about 100 bills.
This week they'll take on a number of issues, including ethics reform on Capitol Hill and a state liquor law that makes all bars private clubs for members.