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22 minutes | Jan 30, 2023
What a trans teen has to say about Utah’s care ban
Utah lawmakers moved swiftly this session to ban gender-affirming care for minors — and the governor signed it the next day.
22 minutes | Jan 23, 2023
What a guv wants, what a guv needs
With all the action happening at the Legislature, we're wondering what's going on in Utah's executive branch.
19 minutes | Jan 17, 2023
Before #UTLEG starts: So happy together
Welcome back! It's time for the 2023 Utah Legislative Session. The *BEST* 45 days of the year, in our unbiased opinion.
4 minutes | Jan 9, 2023
We’re back, baby! It’s time for Utah’s 2023 legislative session
Utah's lawmakers are back to work for 45 days starting on Jan. 17, 2023, and we want you to ride shotgun with us as we keep tabs on all the madness on the hill. Will it be the year of water... or for tax cuts? Let's find out together.
17 minutes | Nov 10, 2022
The midterms are over and Utah has spoken
The 2022 midterms are over! Let's talk about all the things that happened after Utahns cast their vote.
18 minutes | Nov 3, 2022
City Cast Swap: Can a hockey team save the Great Salt Lake?
Hey, State Streeters! The team is hard at work preparing to bring you the latest and greatest from Election Day so we're taking a quick break with a fun thought exercise about how bringing an NHL team to Utah could focus some much-needed attention on the ailing Great Salt Lake. Big thanks to our pals at City Cast Salt Lake.
18 minutes | Oct 27, 2022
It’s going down (ballot)
All the chatter and attention is usually on the big ticket races (Hello, Mike Lee vs Evan McMullin). But there's a lot happening deeper into your ballot. We talk about it so you don't have to ignore it.
28 minutes | Oct 20, 2022
Lee vs McMullin: Utah’s curious Senate race
Ballots are in the mail and the biggest choice Utahns face is whether they'll stand by Sen. Mike Lee or shake things up in the Senate with independent Evan McMullin.
18 minutes | Oct 13, 2022
From Brigham City to BYU, it’s the economy!
Like much of the rest of the country, people are worried about housing and inflation. That Great Salty Lake is also on Utahns’ list.
20 minutes | Oct 6, 2022
The hot goss on misinformation
Misinformation is the ultimate Mean Girl. Saige and Sean gab all about it.
5 minutes | Sep 29, 2022
Buckle up, it’s the midterms
State Street is back for a new season, and this time it’s all about midterms. But first! We’ve got two new hosts ready to take the wheel.
31 minutes | Mar 7, 2022
Week 7: What You Need To Know About Utah’s 2022 Legislative Session
What are the most important takeaways from this year’s legislative session? The State Street team discusses the top things you need to know.
23 minutes | Feb 28, 2022
Week 6: Power Play
Who holds the cards when it comes to government power in Utah? Salt Lake Tribune Columnist Robert Gehrke has some thoughts.
31 minutes | Feb 21, 2022
Week 5: What would it take to solve Utah’s housing crisis?
The housing market in Utah? Brutal. This week we find out what kind of money is on the table to help solve the problem.
29 minutes | Feb 14, 2022
Week 4: Utah’s Death Penalty Debate
Should Utah have capital punishment? The debate divides the state’s Republicans and asks: what is justice?
30 minutes | Feb 7, 2022
Week 3: Salty, Stinky, Special, SHRINKING
The Great Salt Lake is in retreat and lawmakers and conservationists are looking at what can be done to save it.
24 minutes | Jan 31, 2022
Week 2: Who decides what kids learn in school?
Who should be in charge of what gets taught in schools? The Utah Legislature tackles Critical Race Theory.
24 minutes | Jan 24, 2022
Week 1: Taxes, man
It’s déjà vu all over again as we circle around to “The Year of the Tax Cut.”
27 minutes | Jan 17, 2022
Week 0: Of Soda Pop And Politics
Grab a cold soda and circle Jan. 18 on your calendar because the Utah legislature — AND State Street — are back!
15 minutes | Dec 13, 2021
Heck’s Kitchen: The Rules Committee
Being a legislator is kind of like dining at a restaurant. You have a big menu of all of the dishes — or bills — you can choose from. You pick one you like and debate with others whether you should order it or move to the next option. But who gets to choose what goes on the menu in the first place? That’s where the Rules Committee comes in. We take a look at what’s going on in the kitchen — and why it matters.
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