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Meet the candidates – Utah Senate 13

Editor note: This is the final in a series of posts introducing the candidates.  All candidates were offered to respond.  I am only posting responses received by the deadline.  Today’s post

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Meet the Candidates – House 6

Editor note: This is the fifth in a series of posts introducing the candidates. All candidates were offered to respond. I am only posting responses received by the deadline. Today’s

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Meet the Candidates – House 67

Editor note: This is the third in a series of posts introducing the candidates. All candidates were offered to respond. I am only posting responses received by the deadline. Today’s

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Meet the candidates – Senate 14

Editor note: This is the second in a series of posts introducing the candidates. All candidates were offered to respond. I am only posting responses received by the deadline. Today’s

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Meet the candidates – Utah Senate 10

Editor note: This is the first in a series of posts introducing the candidates.  All candidates were offered to respond.  I am only posting responses received by the deadline.  Today’s

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SB73 still has problems

The State Senate debated SB73 “MEDICAL CANNABIS ACT” on Friday and it had 7 floor amendments.  Amendments were flying so fast the sponsor didn’t know which amendments he was speaking

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The unintended consequences for Utah Republicans of not passing a meaningful medical cannabis bill

Will citizen initiative for medical cannabis make 2016 the year of the Democrats in Utah? Utah Senator Mark Madsen’s Medical Cannabis Act (SB73) hit a bump in the road when

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Speaker Hughes is no Boehner

I have been watching with interest the discussion on Medicaid expansion.  Michael Jolley did a great piece on how it hurts the most vulnerable.   This week we saw the

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How Medicaid Expansion hurts Utah’s most vulnerable

With a special legislative session addressing Medicaid expansion in Utah expected to take place next month, a lot has been written about the “gang of 6” plan (the gang of

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Herbert’s latest Medicaid expansion plan is as bad as the last

Utah’s “Gang of Six” (Gov. Gary Herbert, Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox, Senate President Wayne Niederhauser, House Speaker Greg Hughes, House Majority Leader Jim Dunnigan and Sen. Brian Shiozawa) has come

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