UT Supreme Court Upholds Signature Gathering & More of the Week's News on Behind The Headlines

Apr 8, 2016

A judge says it is constitutional for candidates to gather signatures to get on the ballot. Polygamist leader Lyle Jeffs will stay in jail as he awaits trial on charges of food stamp fraud. The Salt Lake County Council wants to audit the county recorder’s office after questions surfaced about recorder Gary Ott’s cognitive abilities. Utah County Republicans want legislative candidates to sign a “fitness pledge.” And former Utah Jazz head coach Jerry Sloan reveals he’s suffering from Parkinson’s disease and dementia. 


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