This article originally appeared on Fox 13. Read it in its entirety here. SALT LAKE CITY — What just happened? The Utah State Legislature just happened! Hard to believe it was 45 days ago that lawmakers opened the 2019 legislative session to protests over their plans to replace Proposition 3, the voter-approved Medicaid-expansion ballot initiative.
Source: KCPW KCPW’s Roger McDonough is once again joined by Alliance for a Better Utah’s Chase Thomas for an update on alcohol-related measures at this year’s meeting of state lawmakers – including lowering the legal blood alcohol level; and to talk about a so-called “ban-the-box” bill, that would prohibit public employers from asking job applicants
This week we recap the June Interim and Special Session of the Utah Legislature. The conservative’s arguments for their unconstitutional land-grab are starting to crumble. Plus, 11 Republican Legislators decide to completely abandon their “Free Market” and “Personal Liberty” principles.
The June Interim and Special Session of the Utah Legislature has ended, leaving behind it several noteworthy moments. Check out our topics: Public Lands, Death Penalty, School Funding and Liquor Licenses. Public Lands Although liquor licenses and school funding were the primary topics on the Hill, there were several other issues brought before the Legislature.