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ACLU in the Media: 2019

08 February 2021 Published in ACLU of Utah in the Media:

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December 2019

Targeting homeless? Most jaywalking tickets written near The Road Home and Pioneer Park.
SLTrib
(12/01/2019)

Weber County Sheriff’s Office completes investigation into potential electioneering by San Juan County clerk
SLTrib
(12/05/2019)

Under Attack by Trump, Immigrant Justice is Advancing in the States
ACLU National
(12/09/2019)

Utah moves toward allowing undocumented ‘Dreamers’ to practice law in the state
Salt Lake Tribune
(12/09/2019) 

Jason Stevenson and Sydni Makemo from Utah ACLU
Blacksite Podcast
(12/12/2019)

How Salt Lake City upended the system to use police and shelters to fight homelessness
LA Times 
(12/22/2019)

List of Davis County Jail inspection concerns over five years
Standard Examiner
(12/22/2019)

Newly released inspection reports give 'striking' look into jail operations
Standard Examiner
(12/22/2019)

ACLU: Salt Lake City may be violating rights in homeless camp cleanup sweeps
Deseret News
(12/23/2019)

ACLU accuses Salt Lake County Health Department of violating people’s due process rights during cleanup of homeless encampments
Fox 13
(12/23/2019)

ACLU of Utah alleges Salt Lake County is failing to provide due process before homeless camp cleanups
Salt Lake Tribune
(12/23/2019)

The Utah Department of Public Safety’s use of facial recognition tech could be regulated by the legislature
Fox13
(12/26/2019)

Utah Legislature looks to limit Department of Public Safety’s use of facial recognition technology
Daily Herald
(12/30/2019)

News Brief: Fewer Births, Fewer Police Shootings & Local Civil Rights Leader Retirement
KUER
(12/30/2019)

Fatal crashes near South Salt Lake homeless center spark calls for safety improvements
Salt Lake Tribune
(12/31/2019)

November 2019

Weber attorneys want judge disqualified after he said they lied in gang injunction case
Standard-Examiner
(11/01/2019)

ACLU says Operation Rio Grande should not be a model for solving homelessness
KUTV
(11/04/2019)

ACLU says Operation Rio Grande hurts SLC’s homeless
FOX13
(11/04/2019)

ACLU says Operation Rio Grande created ‘long-term damage’
Deseret News
(11/04/2019)

New ACLU report examines ‘long-term damage’ of Operation Rio Grande
SLTrib
(11/04/2019)

Utah ACLU critical of homeless operation in latest report
KSL News Radio
(11/04/2019)

Election 2019: Results of the SLC mayor’s race and more
FOX13
(11/05/2019)

Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown
KNRS
(11/05/2019)

Operation Rio Grande - ACLU says cops were picking on homeless
KSL News Radio
(11/05/2019)

Salt Lake County's Third Homeless Shelter Complete, But Concerns Remain
KUER
(11/05/2019)

Operación Rio Grande
Univision 32
(11/05/2019) 

Little-known law hurting Gay-Straight Alliances, supporters say
ABC4
(11/06/2019)

ACLU criticism downplays a dire Rio Grande crisis
Deseret News
(11/06/2019)

ACLU opposes Weber County's effort to have judge kicked off gang injunction case
Standard-Examiner
(11/06/2019)

Preliminary results indicate county government question may be rejected
San Juan Record
(11/06/2019)

No ease of tension: Election irregularities trouble the San Juan County special election
Moab Sun News 
(11/07/2019)

ACLU criticism downplays a dire Rio Grande crisis
Deseret News
(11/07/2019)

Behind the death of Ron Lafferty, Utah’s most infamous death row inmate
Deseret News
(11/11/2019)

This Week in Civil Rights and Civil Liberties: November 11, 2019
Amicus Weekly News Roundup
(11/11/2019)

Utah settles civil rights claims of inmates tortured by former Daggett County Jail guard
SLTrib
(11/15/2019)

Transgender woman forced to remove makeup for Utah driver’s license photo
FOX13
(1/15/2019)

The Justice Files: The execution of Gary Gilmore
ABC4
(11/17/2019)

Trans Woman Forced to Scrub Makeup for Utah License Photos
The Advocate
(11/18/2019)

Utah law banning toplessness for women is unconstitutional, attorneys say
Deseret News 
(11/19/2019)

Utah judge considers whether to strike down lewdness statute involving topless women
fox13
(11/19/2019)

A Utah judge will decide if a woman violated the law by being topless in her home in front of her stepchildren
SLTrib
(11/19/2019)

Utah woman fights charge after kids see her topless at home
AP
(11/20/2019)

Utah woman could be registered as sex offender for going topless in front of stepkids
NY Post
(11/20/2019)

A woman’s stepchildren saw her topless in her home. She may have to register as a sex offender.
Washington Post
(11/21/2019)

A Utah Woman Faces the Sex Offender Registry for Going Topless in Front of Her Stepkids
Reason Magazine
(11/21/2019) 

Utah Woman Charged With Lewdness After Being Topless In Her Own Home
NPR
(11/21/2019)

Utah Woman Whose Stepchildren Saw Her Topless in Home Faces Charges
People Magazine
(11/21/2019) 

Utah woman might have to register as sex offender after kids see her topless at home
Tribune Media Wire
(11/22/2019)

Free the Nipple’ attorney vows to sue Utah prosecutors for charging a woman with being topless in her own home
SLTrib
(11/22/2019)

Weber County attorneys broaden criticism of judge's perjury insinuations in gang injunction case
Ogden Standard Examiner
(11/25/2019)

Police, homelessness, and lessons learned from Operation Rio Grande
KPCW
(11/28/2019)

San Juan County Clerk investigated for electioneering
Moab Sun News
(11/28/2019)

Utah County’s top prosecutor is moving away from drug cases — but not everyone is on board
SLTrib
(11/29/2019)

A 2nd chance for first-time offenders
Deseret News 
(11/30/2019)

October 2019

ACLU responds to public schools promoting religious events
FOX13
(10/04/2019)

DACA recipients can’t legally practice law in Utah. The state’s Supreme Court may change that
Deseret News
(10/07/2019)

Federal judge scolds Weber County in declaring gang injunction unconstitutional
Standard-Examiner
(10/18/2019)

Utah wants Planned Parenthood lawsuit halted while U.S. Supreme Court hears abortion case
FOX13
(10/19/2019)

Federal judge scolds Utah county over gang injunction 
Salt Lake Tribune
(10/19/2019)

Utah police are subscribing to new digital technologies — but at what cost to people’s privacy?
SLTrib
(10/21/2019)

Attorney’s truthfulness in Ogden Trece gang injunction lawsuit questioned by judge
SLTrib
(10/23/2019)

Judge rules Weber County violated rights with gang injunction
SLTrib/AP/KUTV
(10/24/2019)

Questions arise over November 5 election
San Juan Record Editor
(10/29/2019)

Bridging the Rainbow Divide
City Weekley
(10/31/2019)

Weber County attorney wants judge removed from Ogden Trece gang case for calling him a ‘liar’
SLTrib
(10/31/2019)

September 2019

Northern Utah jails post lowest inmate death total in 7 years
Standard-Examiner
(09/01/2019) 

Court fight advances over public access to Utah jail standards and inspections
Ogden Standard-Examiner
(09/02/2019) 

Citizen Revolt: Sept. 5
City Weekly
(09/04/2019)

Arguments To Begin In Utah Lawsuit Over Jail Records Access
AP
(09/04/2019) 

Utah judge rules for release of county's jail inspection records
Salt Lake Tribune/AP
(09/06/2019) 

Utah judge rules county jail inspection documents are public records
Ogden Standard Examiner
(09/06/2019) 

Judge to make jail audits public as Utah grapples with inmate deaths
Deseret News
(09/06/2019) 

Utah officials want to let minority defendants raise issues of race and bias at their sentencing
Salt Lake Tribune 
(09/06/2019) 

Fiancée of Wellington man killed in officer involved shooting says lethal force was excessive
ABC 4
(09/11/2019)

Should Utah stop police facial recognition searches of drivers’ photos?
Deseret News
(09/18/2019) 

Legislature Wants To Regulate Law Enforcement Use Of Facial Recognition Software
KUER
(09/18/2019)

Utah lawmakers scrutinize law enforcement’s facial recognition scans of state driver licenses
SLTrib
(09/18/2019)

 

August 2019

Top Of Mind With Julie Rose
BYU Radio
(08/15/2019)

‘Fire in the hole!’: Back to back suspicious package scares keep the Bomb Squad busy
ABC 4
(08/15/2019) 

Advocates lay out top women’s initiatives
KSL
(08/16/2019)

Jason M. Groth: The solution to criminal justice flaws is in the data
SLTrib
(08/16/2019) 

Utah lawmakers worry over real-time surveillance program’s reach and whether it creates ‘Big Brother’
Fox 13
(08/20/2019) 

Operation Rio Grande: Where are we two years later?
ABC 4
(08/21/2019)

Close Connections
City Weekly
(08/21/2019)

Leaders, treatment providers reflect on success stories from 2 years of Operation Rio Grande
Deseret News
(08/21/2019)

July 2019

Lawmakers want answers about federal access to state driver license records
ABC 4
(07/08/2019)

Gehrke: Utah’s sweeping, unreliable searches of our driver license photos need to stop
SLTrib
(07/15/2019)

KCPW’s Hive: Facial recognition scans of Utah drivers license and driving privilege card databases
KPCW
(07/18/2019)

Utah ranks 2nd in nation for supporting laws that protect LGBTQ community
SLTrib
(07/22/2019) 

Activists highlight missing and slain indigenous people in Utah, propose a task force
SLTrib
(07/23/2019)

New Deportation Policy Could Put Thousands Of Utah Immigrants At Risk For Speedy Removals
KUER
(07/25/2019)

Utah has required schools to have ‘In God We Trust’ posted publicly for 17 years
SLTrib
(07/27/2019)

How police might access your Lyft, Tinder and Google accounts in a criminal investigation
Deseret News
(07/28/2019)

Rachel Appel: Voting rights matter in San Juan County
SLTrib (Op-ed)
(07/28/2019)

Legislative Backfire
City Weekly
(07/31/2019)

R3J3CT3D PL8S
City Weekly
(07/31/2019) 

June 2019

By law, DA says he can't enforce new abortion statute, pro-life leader says it's politics
KUTV
(06/02/2019) 

Early Abortion Laws: Which States Have Passed Them, and How Can You Help Those Affected?
Allure Magazine
(06/06/2019) 

HB 136 and the anti-abortion push in Utah
BYU Daily Universe
(06/07/2019) 

Utah law requires sexual assault victims to report the crime before seeking a post-viability abortion. Should they have to?
Salt Lake Tribune
(06/09/2019) 

ACLU warns Heber City not to remove LGBTQ Pride banners
FOX13
(06/10/2019) 

Mayor expects Heber City to consider new policies after backlash to Pride banners
KUTV
(06/10/2019) 

LGBT Pride flags spark controversy, support in Utah city
Deseret News
(06/10/2019) 

Pride flags won’t come down in Heber despite controversy
ABC4
(06/11/2019) 

LGBTQ pride flags spur debate in small Utah town
AP
(06/14/2019) 

ACLU partners with DSU Police to provide fingerprinting for DACA recipients
The Spectrum
(06/14/2019) 

Utah Celebrates 30th anniversary of the Utah Juneteenth Festival
ABC14
(06/16/2019) 

Dixie State University Police Offer Fingerprinting For People Covered By DACA
NPR 
(06/17/2019) 

Report finds government fails to track data on deaths in police custody
Deseret News
(06/18/2019) 

Judge allows Utah to gather evidence to defend abortion ban
Deseret News 
(06/20/2019) 

As Trump Tweets Hateful Threats, States are Protecting Immigrant Right
ACLU National 
(06/21/2019) 

Looming ICE Operation Overshadows Salt Lake City's Celebration For Immigrants
KUER
(06/21/2019) 

Box Elder jail ruling gives boost to suit against Weber County's gang injunction
Standard-Examiner
(06/23/2019)

Bill aiming to ban nearly all abortion in Utah is stricter than LDS Church stance
Utah Policy
(06/26/2019)

Podcast: Legal History of Abortion in the U.S.
Planned Parenthood of Utah Association (Birds and the Beehive Podcast)
(06/27/2019)
Listen (web) (mp3)

How will the national abortion debate impact Utah?
Utah Statesman
(06/30/2019) 

May 2019

Riverton City Council considers anti-abortion resolution as critics say it’s ‘wildly inappropriate’
The Salt Lake Tribune
(5/06/19) 

Homeless in Utah: What happened to Rio Grande crime after Operation Rio Grande?
KSL
(05/08/2019)

Utah city to debate anti-abortion resolution
St. George Spectrum and Daily News
(04/05/2019)

DA Sim Gill declines to endorse bill banning most abortions after 18 weeks
KUTV
(05/13/2019)

U.S. Judge upholds request for Salt Lake DA to not enforce Utah's new abortion law
KUTV
(05/13/2019)

Who or what is to blame for the racial disparity in Utah’s prison population?
Salt Lake Tribune
(05/13/2019) 

What rights would Utah women have if Roe v. Wade were overturned?
ABC4
(05/16/2019)

After loved ones are killed by police, Utah families say they are left in the dark
Salt Lake Tribune
(05/19/2019)

List: The 19 people killed by police in Utah in 2018
Salt Lake Tribune
(05/19/2019) 

Police in Utah fatally shot a record 19 people in 2018. Now the state attorney general is investigating why.
Salt Lake Tribune
(05/19/2019)

Utah activists protest new wave of abortion bans
ABC4
(05/21/2019)

Hundreds gather at Capitol to protest increasingly strict abortion laws
FOX13
(05/21/2019)

Utah Attorney General wants beta-test of body scanner that detects concealed weapons
ABC4
(05/22/2019)

Hundreds protest abortion bans at Utah Capitol building
AP/Ogden SE
(05/22/2019)

Pro-choice advocates rally against legislative restrictions.
City Weekly
(05/21/2019)

ACLU says Utahns didn't sign up to be 'guinea pigs' for Attorney General-approved scanner testing
Deseret News
(05/22/2019) 

Hundreds in Utah join nationwide abortion law protests
Deseret News 
(05/22/2019) 

Hundreds rally at Utah Capitol to protest abortion bans in the state and around the country
Salt Lake Tribune
(05/22/2019) 

Park City Police Consider New 3D Scanning Technology For Event Security
KPCW
(05/23/2019)

Utah will test hidden technology that tries to find weapons among crowds at schools, stadiums and churches
Salt Lake Tribune
(05/23/2019)

Twin reviews of Utah police shootings examine societal, officer training issues
Ogden Standard Examiner
(05/25/2019) 

All the states taking up new abortion laws in 2019
The Hill
(05/27/2019) 

Gehrke: Wait a minute, why is Utah’s attorney general helping a private company sell body scanners?
Salt Lake Tribune
(05/30/2019) 


April 2019

At county convention, Lt. Gov. Cox says Utah could lose Republican majority if conservatism isn’t better explained to younger voters
St. George News
(4/27/19) 

Ogden camera network credited for cutting crime by 20%
KSL
(4/26/19) 

Iowa's New Law Criminalizing Undercover Investigations of Farms Faces Legal Challenges
Pacific Standard
(4/23/19) 

Utah Warrant Bill Raises Stakes For Cops' Digital Data Grabs
Law360
(4/23/19) 

Lehi city vs. Lehi moms: A 'muddy area' of the first amendment
Carley Porter Daily Herald
(4/21/19) 

‘Trib Talk’: Planned Parenthood of Utah fights a state abortion ban and a federal gag order
Salt Lake Tribune
(4/18/19) 

Priced Out
City Weekly
(4/17/19) 

Bearing Witness
City Weekly
(4/17/19) 

Analysis: Is abortion a potent political issue in Utah?
Utah Policy
(4/17/19) 

Utah Bans Police From Searching Digital Data Without A Warrant, Closes Fourth Amendment Loophole
Forbes
(4/16/19) 

Utah’s first-of-its kind data privacy law
KCPW
(4/11/19) 

Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown - Thursday, April 11, 2019
KNRS
(4/11/19) 

A Utah police department is thinking about getting rid of its body cameras. Residents — including the families of people shot by officers — are rallying against the idea.
Salt Lake Tribune
(4/10/19) 

Tribune Editorial: Chalk drawings are not ‘criminal mischief
Salt Lake Tribune
(4/8/19) 

Criminal mischief? Lehi police crack down on chalk art protest by children, moms concerned over gravel mine
Salt Lake Tribune
(4/4/19) 

LDS Church reverses policy regarding children of LGBT parents, designation of LGBT marriage as apostasy
Ogden Standard Examiner
(4/4/19) 

Crime is down in and around The Gateway mall in Salt Lake City — and officials are celebrating
Salt Lake Tribune
(4/2/19)

Salt Lake mall's owners report 'dramatic' crime drop, urge Utahns to come back
Deseret News
(4/2/19)

Recent ruling could impact way state polices Rio Grande
ABC4
(4/2/19)

March 2019

Society and the State: Life, Liberty, and Your Pursuit of Happiness
Society and the State
(3/30/19) 

Utah DACA recipient speaks out about obstacles to dream job
KUTV
(3/30/19) 

Guest opinion: Utah makes a surprising leader for electronic privacy
Deseret News
(3/29/19) 

Utah faces an expensive legal battle over abortion ban, again
KUTV
(3/28/19) 

ABORTIONS PAST 18 WEEKS ARE NOW BANNED IN UTAH
World Religion News
(3/28/19) 

Two DREAMers Petition Utah Supreme Court To Practice Law
KUER
(3/27/19) 

Should undocumented immigrants be allowed to practice law in Utah? The ACLU and others say yes
Salt Lake Tribune
(3/27/19) 

The Good Samaritan Foundation: Help for Refugees in Utah
The Borgen Project
(3/27/19) 

Police officers in Salt Lake City schools will be trained to arrest students less often
Salt Lake Tribune
(3/26/19) 

Salt Lake schools, city sign contract clarifying roles of school resource officers on campuses
Deseret News
(3/26/19) 

Opponents moving forward with efforts to block 18-week abortion ban
ABC4
(3/26/19) 

Herbert Vetoes Special Election Bill, Signs 18-Week Abortion Ban, Tobacco Age Bump, Plus 100 More
KUER
(3/26/19) 

Utah bans abortions after 18 weeks, teeing up legal showdown
Associated Press
(3/26/19) 

Governor signs 18-week abortion bill into law; opponents vow lawsuit
KUTV
(3/25/19) 

Utah’s governor signs bill banning abortions after 18 weeks
FOX13
(3/25/19) 

Settlement talks under way in lawsuit over abuse of inmates at Daggett Co. Jail
FOX13
(3/25/19) 

Herbert weighs signing strict abortion ban, says ACLU lawsuit not a factor
Associated Press
(3/15/19) 

This Is the End, My Friend
City Weekly
(3/15/19) 

Abortion Restrictions, Stronger Beer and Smoking Bills Pass
US News
(3/15/19) 

Want to Know How Your Local Jail Operates? Sorry, That May Be a Trade Secret.
Mother Jones
(3/19) 

Utah legislators back a plan to drop jail sentences for some crimes by one day to help immigrants avoid deportation
Salt Lake Tribune
(3/13/19) 

Utah lawmakers tee up a court fight with passage of an 18-week abortion ban
Salt Lake Tribune
(3/13/19)

'It will cost the state millions': Lawsuit awaits Utah Legislature's 18-week abortion ban
KUTV
(3/13/19)

Bill to ban abortions after 18 weeks passes Utah Legislature
FOX13
(3/13/19)

Bill banning abortions after 18 weeks passing Utah Legislature
Deseret News
(3/13/19)

Arkansas, Utah lawmakers pass 18-week abortion bans
Associated Press
(3/13/19)

Utah legislature passes bill banning abortion after 18 weeks
ABC4
(3/13/19)

States Weigh Bans on Shackling Jailed Moms During Childbirth
US News
(3/13/19)

Electronic privacy bill clears crucial vote in the Senate
ABC4
(3/12/19)

ACLU of Utah talks top legislative priorities
ABC4
(3/10/19)

Legal Panelists Focus on Free Speech Rights at Bennion Service House Dialogue
Daily Chronicle
(3/7/19)

Scott D. Pierce: FOX 13 is No. 1. So is KUTV. It all depends on what you’re counting.
Salt Lake Tribune
(3/6/19)

Concerned about deaths, Utah Legislature ties jail funding to counties' disclosure of their policies
Ogden Standard Examiner
(3/2/19)

Tougher penalties for drug dealing near shelters clears Utah House, but with concerns
Deseret News
(3/2/19)

February 2019 

Utah House Passes Bill to Hinder Federal Surveillance, Warrantless Access to Cloud Data
The Libertarian Republic
(2/28/19)

Utah House passes bill banning abortion after 18 weeks
FOX13
(2/26/19)

Bill to prevent abortions after fetal Down syndrome diagnosis headed to the Utah Senate
Salt Lake Tribune
(2/22/19)

SB103: Utah hate crimes bill passes committee unanimously
BYU Daily Universe
(2/21/19)

House Judiciary Committee Moves 18-Week Abortion Ban Ahead
KUER
(2/20/19)

Bill banning abortion in Utah after 18 weeks advances in the legislature
FOX13
(2/20/19)

Utah House committee OKs bill to ban abortions after 18 weeks
Deseret News
(2/20/19)

Abortion bill advances at State Capitol
ABC4
(2/20/19)

Utah Senate passes bill tightening state rules governing property seizures by police
Ogden Standard Examiner
(2/19/19)

Utah hate-crimes law to get hearing after years of gridlock
Cache Valley Daily
(2/19/19)

Republican Utah lawmakers abandon dueling bills on changing the gender on a person’s government documents
Salt Lake Tribune
(2/14/19)

Citizen Revolt: Feb. 14
City Weekly
(2/13/19)

Lawmaker who wants to ban change of gender on birth certificate amends his bill to allow change on driver license
Salt Lake Tribune
(2/13/19)

Proposal to ban warrantless digital searches wins committee approval
Deseret News
(2/12/19)

Gehrke: All of us may end up paying for San Juan County’s litigious streak
Salt Lake Tribune
(2/11/19)

Utah police feel 'slapped down' as civil asset forfeiture bill advances
Ogden Standard Examiner
(2/7/19)

Bill intended to clarify what Utah health educators can teach about contraception stalls in committee
Deseret News
(2/7/19)

Sponsor of bill on Down syndrome abortion ban says this year’s version sidesteps constitutional issues
Salt Lake Tribune
(2/6/19)

Rollin Cook, Lamont’s choice for prison chief, faces confirmation hearing Thursday
Hartford Courant
(2/6/19)

Tech set to get a boost in '19 legislative session but USTAR could go down in flames
Deseret News
(2/3/19)

Two young adults infiltrated an immigration detention center in Florida. This Sundance film shows what they found
Deseret News
(2/3/19)

Overhaul of Utah's public defender system ‘a huge benefit’ for Juab County
Deseret News
(2/2/19)

Utah Legislature seeks input on whether to promote digital and data privacy
KSL
(2/1/19)

January 2019

A Utah lawmaker is pushing a digital privacy bill that would bar warrantless searches of data uploaded to apps or cloud platforms
Salt Lake Tribune
(1/31/18)

Utah lawmaker driving licenses from wallets to cellphones
Deseret News
(1/31/18)

Utah Lawmakers Target Trans People With Birth Certificate Bill
Out
(1/29/18)

Utah lawmaker wants to erase transgender identities from birth certificate records
Think Progress
(1/28/18)

Is gender fact or choice? Controversial bill would prohibit gender changes on Utah birth certificates
St. George News
(1/25/18)

Gehrke: That birth certificate bill? It’s a punitive swipe at Utah’s transgender community and it must be rejected.
Salt Lake Tribune
(1/24/18)

‘A person’s sex is no more subject to change than a person’s age’: Utah lawmaker defends bill to block changes to birth certificates
Salt Lake Tribune
(1/23/18)

Radioactive: January 16, 2019
KRCL
(1/16/18)

Federal judge rules ACLU lawsuit over Daggett County Jail prisoner abuse can continue against state defendant
Southern Utah Independent
(1/15/18)

Judge won’t dismiss lawsuit over abuse of inmates at Daggett County Jail
FOX13
(1/11/18)

Mandatory death sentence for cop killers? Officials say no
ABC4
(1/9/18)

Police show evidence of progress in Rio Grande, but criticism persists
KUTV
(1/7/18)

"Operation Rio Grande" arrests announced: ACLU looks behind numbers for the real story
ABC4
(1/7/18)

Utah’s state constitution bans slavery — mostly. And Rep. Sandra Hollins says mostly isn’t good enough.
Salt Lake Tribune
(1/6/18)

Incoming San Juan County commissioner’s Utah residency questioned again in lawsuit filed by unsuccessful Republican opponent
Salt Lake Tribune
(1/4/18)


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