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Topic - Gary R. Herbert
Two federal courts struck down state marriage laws in Utah and Indiana against same-sex unions Wednesday, continuing a sweep of rulings that all find that people have a constitutional right to marry someone of the same sex.
Utah is one of several states refusing to comply with a federal law designed to reduce sexual assaults in prison.
Utah may work out a Medicaid-expansion deal with the federal government sometime this summer, state health department director David Patton said Thursday.
Gov. Gary Herbert said Thursday he remains committed to defending Utah's same-sex marriage ban, calling decisions by other state leaders to not defend bans the "next step to anarchy."
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert has ordered flags to be flown at half-staff Thursday to honor Peace Officers Memorial Day.
Gov. Gary Herbert kicked off his first Outdoor Recreation Summit on Thursday by finalizing a long-awaited swap of state and federal lands in eastern Utah.
Gov. Gary Herbert has signed eight bills to clear Utah's murky wintertime skies.
Gov. Gary Herbert is searching for a new chief of staff after Derek Miller announced he's stepping down from the position.
Gov. Gary Herbert says Utah should have more oversight of public lands within state borders.
Utah's low-income residents are a step closer to buying private insurance through federal subsidies, Gov. Gary Herbert said Wednesday.
Utah legislators say they won't override a handful of vetoes from Gov. Gary Herbert.
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert says talks with federal officials over a Medicaid expansion plan are progressing.
Utah education officials say they're pleased the governor has vetoed a proposal seeking to have a parent panel field concerns about curriculum and class materials.
Utah legislative leaders are polling lawmakers to see if they want to meet for a special session to override Gov. Gary Herbert's decision to veto three bills this week.
Citing concerns about potential civil rights violations, Gov. Gary Herbert has vetoed a bill - spurred by lawmakers' investigation of former Attorney General John Swallow - that would have strengthened the Legislature's subpoena power.
Herbert says such complaints should go first to local school boards.
First, stories came about how Utah Gov. Gary Herbert said he'd spoken with Pence about the school standards philosophy: "In essence, they're saying they're creating what's called the Indiana Core.