Herbert Signs 450 New Bills, LDS Church Sponsors Refugees On Behind The Headlines

Apr 1, 2016

 

Gov. Gary R. Herbert visited the Fourth Street Clinic on the morning of Good Friday where he signed two bills to help care for Utah’s most vulnerable citizens.
Credit utah.gov

Former Utah Gov. Mike Leavitt says Donald Trump won't win the presidential race. Gov. Gary Herbert signs more than 450 bills and vetoes three bills from the recent legislative session. Utah's Democratic superdelegates are split between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton. And the LDS Church sponsors a new refugee-assistance program. 


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