Good Wednesday morning from Salt Lake City.
Curtis pushes back against Trump's family separation policy. Utah lawmakers donate to their colleagues in primary elections. The uproar over separating immigrant families continues to grow.
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Republican congressional candidate Chris Herrod says he's supportive of President Trump's executive order to end the separation of families who are trying to cross the U.S. Mexico border.
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Rep. John Curtis had a message for President Trump and other administration officials about their policy separating families as they attempt to cross the southern border into the United States.
Used to be the Utah House and Senate majority political action committees would stay out of intraparty primary fights.
Mike Kennedy raised just over $151,000 during the past two months for his U.S. Senate run, bringing his total fundraising haul since he launched his campaign to just over...
Sen. Orrin Hatch is circulating a letter calling for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to put a halt to the Trump administration policy of separating immigrant children from their families along the...
Most Utahns don’t believe children brought to the U.S. illegally, who today may be adults – the so-called Dreamers -- should be deported, a new UtahPolicy.com poll shows.
Republican Chris Herrod has raised just over $7,000 for his primary election matchup against Rep. John Curtis.
"In November, people in California will vote on whether they want to break the state up in to three smaller states. The states would be Northern California, Southern California, and Kardashistan." Jimmy Fallon