Capital Punishment, Islands On Utah Lake, And More On Behind The Headlines

Sep 10, 2021

A depiction of Utah Lake covered with buildings and greenery.
Credit The Salt Lake Tribune

Utah lawmakers say they'll try again to abolish capital punishment, while a county prosecutor says he's already done pursuing the death penalty. Developers want to 'fix' Utah Lake by building massive islands on it — but experts say the project would do more harm than good. And in a newly-surfaced video, Senate President Stuart Adams says Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell needs 'educating' on Critical Race Theory. 

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