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October 02, 2014   Lee Responds to Chairman Priebus' Remarks on GOP Agenda WASHINGTON – Following Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus’ speech at George Washington University... read more
Documents Updated APC090314 - Hyperlink.docx - 8/29/14 3:44 PM approved - September 3 2014.pdf - 10/2/14 8:59 AM Land Use Authority/Planning Commission Planning Commission Meeting... read more
Campaign launches VOTE.UTAH.GOV promotion   SALT LAKE CITY (Oct. 2, 2014) — The State of Utah’s election website, VOTE.UTAH.GOV, is the focus of a new television campaign promoting the site’s one-... read more
October 1st 2014 October is nationally recognized as Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Utah is also lending its voice to speak out about this pervasive and life threatening crime that affects... read more
Gov. Herbert declares October Domestic Violence Awareness Month   SALT LAKE CITY (Oct. 1, 2014) – Gov. Gary Herbert has declared October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month in Utah to join the... read more
Western Resource Advocates Celebrating 25th Anniversary and History of Accomplishments Protecting Western Land, Air and Water Since 1989   (Utah – September 30, 2014) Since Western Resource... read more
5 Policies That Would Make Gas Cheaper Daily Policy Focus: Sick of paying too much at the pump? If you are, there’s good news: there are policies that Congress and the Obama administration could... read more
Congressman Jason Chaffetz is taking time out of his busy schedule to call voters from the Provo Victory Center on Monday, October 6th at 10:30 AM. Our great Congressman recognizes the importance... read more
Rand Paul: ‘Where There Is Liberty, There Is Always Plenty of Space for God’ Sep. 26, 2014 12:54pm Fred Lucas   Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) invoked the New Testament in making the case for libertarianism... read more
They Lost Their Bakery, Now Face Bankruptcy​: Government​'s 'Discrimin​ation' Fine Brings Baker to Tears They Lost Their Bakery, Now Face Bankruptcy Government's "discrimination" fine over... read more

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