Utah Officials May Be Skirting Transparency Laws And More On Behind The Headlines
The big boost a small, unproven Salt Lake City company got from the pandemic, and why the Securities and Exchange Commission began inquiries. The Utah Inland Port Board approves a truck-to-train transloading facility for Salt Lake City's northwest quadrant. And some Utah officials appear to be skirting transparency laws by using their private cell phones to conduct government business.
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