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(KSL News) A high-ranking political figure will be in Utah today, but he's flying under the radar.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas will speak to University of Utah law students about the role of law in society.
Under the terms of his speaking agreement, Justice Thomas will not make any public appearances. Thomas arrived yesterday and dined with University President Michael Young.
Thomas was in Utah in 1995 when he judged a mock trial competition at BYU.