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Construction Could Force Huntsman's First Address Elsewhere

Construction Could Force Huntsman's First Address Elsewhere

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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- The Capitol construction project is putting a hitch in the plans for where Governor-elect Jon Huntsman should give his first State of the State address.

There are fears that it will be too cramped in the legislature's temporary quarters for Huntsman's speech early next month.

Now, his aides say Huntsman may give his speech somewhere else, maybe even in the old Territorial State House in Fillmore, Utah's first capitol.

Huntsman spokeswoman Jami Palmer said Huntsman is looking at several places for his address, and he intends to announce the location soon after Christmas.

(Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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