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Cache County's State Lawmakers Weigh In On Upcoming Legislative Session

Andrew Smith
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Though 2020 is over, its shadow — and that of the COVID-19 pandemic — will still linger over Utah’s 2021 State Legislative Session, which begins on Tuesday.

For one, the Utah Capitol is closed to the public, partly in response to numerous protests planned in the coming week, but also to prevent massive spread of the novel coronavirus.


Republican Rep. Dan Johnson, over House District 4 of Logan, said the entire state could be impacted because changes to when and what emergency powers a governor can enact will be discussed.


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