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AG Reyes takes oath after ‘whirlwind year’

On Monday, Jan. 5, Sean Reyes took the Attorney General oath of the office, just as he did when he was appointed by Governor Herbert to fill the vacancy a year ago. In so doing, he continues as Utah’s chief … Continue reading

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Pension madness

According to a just-released study by State Budget Solutions, Utahns are in hock to the tune of $16,350 apiece to the state employee pension system, for about $34 billion of unfunded liability. Just for context, that’s about five times the per capita taxes in the state. … Continue reading

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Swallow should put his office first and step down

The following post is a transcript of a 4-minute weekly radio commentary aired on several Utah radio stations. I have joined the growing ranks of people who think Utah Attorney General John Swallow should step down from office. I say … Continue reading

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