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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - Gary R. Herbert
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.
Gov. Gary Herbert has approved legislation to use private grants to help cover the cost of preschool programs for at-risk Utah students.
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert has signed legislation geared at cutting air pollution by reducing wood burning in the state.
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert has signed into law a measure changing the state tree from the blue spruce to the quaking aspen.
Gov. Gary Herbert hopes to reach a deal with federal officials on Medicaid expansion by summer, the governor said Thursday at his monthly televised news conference on KUED.
A measure aimed at protecting children for whom one parent is a primary suspect in the other's death is now law after Utah Gov. Gary Herbert signed the measure this week.
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert is scheduled to visit a group of Heber City high school students who urged lawmakers this year to pass a bill allowing 16- and 17-year-olds to serve as election poll workers.
Sean Reyes has been Utah's attorney general for less than three months, but he's already facing a challenger for the office - one of his own staff attorneys.
Gov. Gary Herbert said he is optimistic as he deploys staff to Washington, D.C. this week for Medicaid negotiations. The Republican governor said last week he believes that federal officials may be open to his alternative plan to expand the Medicaid program.
Utah lawmakers this year took greater steps to clean up the state's smoggy air but veered away from giving state regulators further reach in policing pollution, dismaying Utah Gov. Gary Herbert, who earlier this year called for urgent efforts to improve air quality.
To get federal assistance in buying insurance, the proposal will likely require state residents who are able to work to show that they have a job or are searching for one, Herbert said.