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THE HINCKLEY REPORT

What Happens After the 2018 Session

  • Aired: 03/16/2018
  • 24:10
  • Rating: NR
The end of the 2018 Legislative session is not the end of the lawmaking as over 500 bills go to Gov. Herbert to be signed or vetoed. Several legislators announce their retirement. And the caucus system crisis continues to affect the Utah GOP. Deputy Chief of Staff to the Governor Mike Mower, KSL Radio’s Amanda Dickson, and State Representative Brian King are guests on this week’s roundtable.
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Bills passed go to the Governor for signing or vetoing. Legislators retire. GOP crisis.
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