Utahns took Medicaid expansion into their own hands at the ballot box last year. The GOP legislature took it right back.
Gov. Gary Herbert pledged to "continue working" to prohibit the controversial practice in a letter to young LGBTQ activists.
The Utah Medical Cannabis Act was signed into law after lawmakers changed a bill approved by voters.
A campaign to cover 150,000 uninsured people has collected enough signatures to put the question before voters this November.
The legislation's supporters say it encourages the fostering of self-sufficiency in children.
It's easy to win over the public when you make up facts.
The list is expanding to sitting senators, members of Congress and governors.
He said seeing Oregon and Pennsylvania leaders this week decide not to appeal rulings from federal judges striking down bans
The EPA, we are told, will unveil this week new regulations to remove sulfur from American gasoline blends. Rather than representing some radical move of aggressive government intervention, this action will only just bring the United States up to the existing standards of Europe, Japan and South Korea.
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert (R) announced Thursday that his state will expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act.
The state's legislative leaders have endorsed two potential routes to expansion. Herbert said Thursday that he will decide
Herbert's chief of staff Derek Miller emailed the following instructions to Cabinet Members on Tuesday: U..S. District Judge
On Sunday, the United States 10th Circuit Court of Appeals denied Utah officials' emergency request to stop same-sex couples from marrying.
The trajectory of the LGBT movement for equality is accelerating. Typically, this means the opposition will only get shriller and angrier believing that these hysterics will stop the train from running over their indignation and fanatic devotion to chosen verses of their dogma.
"Because the motion before us does not meet the requirements of the Federal or local appellate rules governing a request