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(KSL News) -- On Utah's Capitol Hill, a hate crimes bill is defeated once again.
Some lawmakers objected to the bill saying the measure was driven by a radical "gay agenda".
The bill listed protected categories, including sexual orientation.
The bill was amended, and then defeated.
Democratic legislators have tried to get a tougher hate crime bill passed every year since 1991.