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'Behind the Headlines': Evan McMullin, Utah Legislature and John Swallow

Published February 17, 2017 7:19 am
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Former presidential candidate and Utah native Evan McMullin calls for an investigation into President Donald Trump's ties with Russia. The Utah House passes a bill to ban consideration of race and gender when choosing state judges. And St. George businessman Jeremy Johnson pleads the Fifth on the stand in former Utah Attorney General John Swallow's public-corruption trial.

On Friday at 9 a.m., Salt Lake Tribune Washington Bureau Chief Thomas Burr, reporter Jennifer Dobner, Senior Managing Editor Matt Canham and columnist Paul Rolly join KCPW's Roger McDonough to talk about the week's top stories.

Each Friday morning, stream "Behind the Headlines" on KCPW.org or tune in to KCPW or Utah Public Radio for the broadcast. 'BEHIND THE HEADLINES'



McMullin calls for probe, House loosens judgeship requirements, Swallow witness mum

O 9 a.m. • Former presidential candidate and Utah native Evan McMullin calls for an investigation into President Donald Trump's ties to Russia. The Utah House passes a bill to ban consideration of race and gender when choosing state judges. And imprisoned St. George businessman Jeremy Johnson refuses to testify and is found in contempt at former Utah Attorney General John Swallow's public-corruption trial. Salt Lake Tribune Washington Bureau Chief Thomas Burr, reporter Jennifer Dobner, Senior Managing Editor Matt Canham and columnist Paul Rolly join KCPW's Roger McDonough to talk about the week's top stories. Each Friday morning, stream "Behind the Headlines" on KCPW.org or tune in to KCPW or Utah Public Radio for the broadcast. › sltrib.com

 

 

 

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