Behind the Headlines: Seized school lunches, Herbert on air
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Sen. Mike Lee responds to President Barack Obama's State of the Union. Gov. Gary Herbert unveils new air quality initiatives during his State of the State. House Speaker Becky Lockhart takes a swipe at Herbert. And a Salt Lake City school takes lunch away from some students.

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