Mike Lee

Salt Lake Tribune

President Trump diverts $54 million from Utah military projects to fund his border wall. Facing deportation, an immigrant-rights activist seeks asylum. And Sen. Mike Lee visits Russia, even after two of his senate colleagues were denied visas.   At 9 a.m. on Friday, Salt Lake Tribune Washington bureau chief Thomas Burr, reporter Lee Davidson and news columnist Robert Gehrke join KCPW's Roger McDonough to talk about the week's top stories. Every Friday at 9 a.m., tune in to Utah Public Radio for the broadcast.

Conservative Review

The Inland Port Authority has its first real meeting, where one board member asks for 

Mike Lee; Senator Mike Lee is a potential nominee for the United State Supreme Court.
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Utah Governor Gary Herbert supports the nomination of either current U.S. Senator Mike Lee or his brother Utah Supreme Court Justice Thomas Lee to the United State Supreme Court. Both are reportedly on the list. If Mike Lee is appointed, the governor would appoint someone to replace him.

Utah Republican Sen. Mike Lee underlined his differences with presidential nominee Donald Trump and defended his position on the balance between religious and LGBT rights during a debate against Democratic newcomer Misty Snow.