Utah's Abortion Regulation, Managing Utah's Power Grid & More On Behind The Headlines

May 13, 2016

 

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The Davis County Attorney wants a grand jury to hear evidence alleging federal agents refused to investigate corruption charges against high-ranking officials. A new law requiring doctors to quell fetal pain puzzles doctors. Rocky Mountain Power proposes a multi-state agreement on managing the power grid. And Utah’s homeless population grows.  

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