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Talking Point: Do Utahns' priorities match lawmakers' actions?

Talking Point: Do Utahns' priorities match lawmakers' actions?

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(KSL News) Immigration, energy, education; these issues are among the three named as Utahns priorities in a newly-released study.

The Utah Foundation released its 2008 Priorities Project today. But how well are those priorities reflected by the actions of Utah's Legislature? We asked that of two Utah lawmakers, a Democrat and a Republican, in today's Talking Point segment.

Our guests were Rep. Sheryl Allen, a Republican representative for Bountiful, and House Minority Whip David Litvack, a Democrat representing Salt Lake.

To view the Eyewitness News Talking Point discussion whether Utahns priorities match lawmakers' actions, click the play button above or the related video link.

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