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This School District Partners With LGBT Advocacy Group to Impose Transgender Policy

June 21, 2017

Good morning from Washington, where the results of yesterday's House race in Georgia have Democrats and Republicans prognosticating about President Trump’s strength. Rachel del Guidice covers that as well as House Speaker Paul Ryan’s vow to fix the tax code this year. The White House has its own to-do list for Congress before summer break, Fred Lucas reports, and also basks in praise from Ukraine’s president. Plus: Kevin Mooney on an LGBT group's clout in setting transgender policy in schools, and Jarrett Stepman on the left’s problem with the Panama Canal.

Morning must reads for Wednesday, June 21, 2017

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Rep. Love Statement on Death of Otto Warmbier


“I am heartbroken at the death of Otto Warmbier, who after being held captive in North Korea for 17 months was released to his family in a vegetative state.  As a mother, I can’t imagine the pain his family must be experiencing right now, and I extend heartfelt condolences.”


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Salt Lake City area residents will now have a new option for their grocery needs (even Costco!) starting tomorrow that allows them to have their groceries delivered right to their doorsteps in as little as an hour. Plus, it's free for an entire year (no catch!) I thought you might have interest in this timely story.

New Study Says Puberty Blockers Aren't the Answer to Gender Confusion

June 20, 2017

Good morning from Washington, where a Supreme Court decision upholds Americans' freedom to offend. Elizabeth Slattery walks through the ruling. In related news, political incorrectness could land some Canadians in jail, as Rob Shimshock reports. Another study concludes that fracking doesn't pollute well water. Fred Lucas has highlights. Plus: Kay Coles James on the failure of public education, Arina Grossu on a "cure" for the abortion pill, and Ryan T. Anderson on the politics of gender confusion. It's American Eagle Day.

Morning must reads for Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Updates From Governor Office

Gov. Herbert to tour Brian Head wildfire damage, host media availability



Gov. Herbert will visit sites damaged by wildfire in the Brian Head area. The governor and state and local officials will discuss the current state of affairs of wildfires in Utah, and urge Utahns to be diligent in wildfire prevention as they recreate throughout the summer months.



Governor Gary R. Herbert

Brian Head Mayor H.C. “Dutch” Deutschlander

Updates from Senator Hatch

Hatch Participates in White House Tech Summit


Washington, D.C.—Today, Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), the Chairman of the Senate Republican High-Tech Task Force, traveled to the White House to join President Trump and CEOs—including Apple’s Tim Cook, Microsoft’s Satya Nadella, and Amazon’s Jeff Bezos—to discuss tech and innovation issues and efforts to modernize government services.


Updates from Organizations - Government agencies - Advertise Various Artists

There's a convenient new way Salt Lake City residents can get groceries delivered right to their door in as little as an hour through their favorite local stores. I thought you might have interest in advanced information ahead of this new fast-growing service coming to the area.

Trump Administration Keeps Obama LGBT Policies at Pentagon, Other Agencies

June 19, 2017


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