Overall, the state’s fiscal analysts say revenue is right about where lawmakers expected it to be. But Senator Lyle Hillyard – who chairs the Executive Appropriations Committee - says the state won’t really know how much revenue is available to spend until August when all budget holes are filled.
Utah immigrants responded with tears today after the announcement from President Barack Obama that undocumented youth would not be deported and would be given work authorizations.
Brian Gutierrez works with the Salt Lake Dream team for the passage of the DREAM Act - proposed federal legislation that would create a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants who arrived as children. While Obama’s executive order does not provide citizenship, Gutierrez says it’s a victory for immigrants.
Salt Lake City, UT – New research from two University of Utah marketing professors shows there may be a correlation between what you eat and what you buy. Husband-and-wife researchers Arul Mishra and Himanshu Mishra wanted to find out if diet affects impulse shopping. As Arul Mishra tells KUER's Jennifer Napier-Pearce, it made perfect sense to conduct a survey about Black Friday retail deals right after Thanksgiving dinner.
Alta, UT – It was billed as a civil debate on public land use in Utah and the gathering at the annual Land and Water Symposium kept to format.
Maybe it was the crisp mountain air, maybe the idyllic setting in the Albion Basin above Alta Ski Resort. Whatever the reason, two of the most passionate opposing voices in Utah's public lands debate remained polite and agreed to disagree during the Land and Water Symposium, an annual gathering for politicians and policy wonks.