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OverviewUtah provides the backdrop for memorable Hollywood movies that pump millions into the state's economy. Now there's a proposal to build a studio here to boost film production even more. We talk with the studio developer. Utah's new 4th Congressional Districts is attracting a crowded field of candidates. We talk with Republican Jay Cobb. And coming down to the wire on the critical winner-take-all Florida Republican primary, we talk with our reporters who are covering the race. Will Tuesday be Mitt Romney's chance to lock in front-runner status? Segment 1The Sundance Film Festival finishes its run in Park City Sunday, after bringing in an estimated $70 million to the local economy this year. So the celebration of film has become an important Utah business, and for much longer, the making of films has been important to our state. This week, plans moved forward that hold promise of linking Utah even closer to Hollywood.
Segment 2Utah gets a new 4th seat in Congress next year, and it's a wide open race. We'll meet another candidate who wants to be your voice in Washington. In recent weeks we've introduced you to candidates for the Republican nomination for the Representative in Utah's new 4th Congressional District. Today, we complete the field by welcoming Jay Cobb.
Segment 3If you've followed the dynamics of the Republican race for the presidential nomination this month you could be suffering from whiplash. The contest seems to turn on a dime. KSL's Political Specialists covering Tuesday's crucial Florida Primary will join us.