The Legislature’s unconstitutional land-grab bills are once again in controversy, as the conservatives in the Utah Legislature refuse to consult with the Outdoor Recreation Industry that provides $6 Billion to Utah’s economy annually.
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.
Carl Wimmer answers the question of whether or not he’s still politically relevant.
Representative Steve Eliason (R – Sandy) had a “Was My Mic On?” moment at the May meeting of the Interim Education Session. Speaking about the Education Department’s $25 Million “miscalculation,” he told Superintendent Larry Shumway that he understood the mistake, and that: “If every mistake I made came to light I probably would’ve gotten fired