A Republican majority in the Senate Transportation Committee on Tuesday rejected a bill approved by the Democratic controlled House, effectively ending any chance at passage.
This is ongoing fallout from Utah politicians' support for removing protections on public lands and the outdoor industry's opposition to that stance.
This is basically Utah's fault.
Leaders in both parties have been working toward a way to find billions of dollars for the state’s roads.
Colorado lawmakers consider bill to end switchblade knife ban, sponsored by same representative who wants bars to stay open later
But 54 years after Colorado enacted its prohibition of the folding knives with blades that pop from their handles with the push of a button, a bipartisan group of state lawmakers is trying to repeal it.