State and National

Wildlife news release - Feb. 23

See and Hear Wild Swans in Utah
 

Free viewing event on March 10

Ogden -- Wild swans are winging their way through Utah.

Both tundra swans and trumpeter swans, which are more rarely seen, stop in Utah's wetlands for critically needed rest and refueling during their annual spring migration. The migration takes the swans from wintering grounds in California to nesting sites in Canada and Alaska.

You can see the birds, and learn more about them, at this year’s Wild Swan Day.

Wild Swan Day – March 10

Updates From Governor Office

Governor Signs 13 Bills

 

SALT LAKE CITY (Feb. 22, 2018) – Prior to departing for National Governors Association meetings in Washington, D.C., Gov. Gary R. Herbert signed 13 bills, bringing the total number of signed pieces of legislation from the 2018 General Legislative Session so far to 19. Information on these bills can be found below.

 

Pence Touts Tax Cuts, Border Wall at CPAC

Feb. 23, 2018

Updates from Organizations - Government agencies - Advertise Various Artists

InvitedHome, luxury vacation home rental company, expands
into Park City, Utah

 

 

Updates from Organizations - Government agencies - Advertise Various Artists

USDA Launches Webpage Highlighting Resources to Help Rural Communities Address the Opioid Crisis

2*23*2018 Utah

Love leads McAdams by 6-points in tight 4th Congressional District race

By Bryan Schott, Managing Editor

 

Republican Mia Love has a slight six-point lead over Democrat Ben McAdams in a new poll examining the race in Utah's 4th Congressional District.

Love leads McAdams 49-43%. 8-percent of voters say they are still undecided in the hypothetical head-to-head matchup between the two candidates.

Updates from Organizations - Government agencies - Advertise Various Artists

The left wants to hike your taxes. 

Right before Christmas, President Trump signed massive tax cuts and sweeping reforms info law. Now, as most Americans are seeing more money in their paychecks, leftist groups like the Not One Penny coalition are busy scheming. They are dedicating millions of dollars towards campaign ads and events to rally around their own repeal and replace—of tax cuts.

Conservative grassroots are stronger. 

Updates from Organizations - Government agencies - Advertise Various Artists

Hi Friend,

In the email we sent earlier today on H.B. 169, our team screwed up on the House vote tally. There were 61 yea votes, and 11 nay votes, with 3 absent. The Representatives who voted against the bill are as follows:

 

Rep. Patrice M. Arent - (Democrat – District 36)

Rep. Joel K. Briscoe (Democrat – District 25)

Rep. Rebecca Chavez-Houck (Democrat – District 24)

Rep. Sandra Hollins (Democrat – District 23)

Rep. Brian S. King (Democrat – District 28)

Rep. Karen Kwan (Democrat – District 34)

Let Teachers Protect their Students

Let Teachers Protect their Students

By Harold Pease, Ph. D

Updates from Organizations - Government agencies - Advertise Various Artists

State leaders release revised FY2019 revenue numbers

 

SALT LAKE CITY (Feb. 21, 2018) – Gov. Herbert and the Utah Legislature jointly announce new consensus revenue estimates for the State of Utah for the 2018 legislative session.

 

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