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Snubbed Patient Advocates Sue Gov. Herbert Over New Medical Marijuana Law

A new lawsuit is seeking to block legislation approved by lawmakers this week which rewrote a voter-approved ballot measure expanding access to medical marijuana.

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July 2, 2004 – Doug talks with National Book Award winner Ron Chernow about his latest book, "Alexander Hamilton."

July 1, 2004 – Show TBD

July 6, 2004 – Doug explores the role of intellectualism and apologetics in LDS orthodoxy with scholar John-Charles Duffy.

Friday, July 2 – Show TBD

Mary Magdalene

Jun 25, 2004

Thursday, June 24 – Doug is joined by artists and performers of the 2004 Utah Arts Festival.

Wednesday, June 23 – Doug speaks with local historians and eyewitnesses of the mythical Bear Lake monster.

Salt Lake City, UT – Nuala O'Faolain discusses her new novel, "Almost There, The Onward Journey of a Dublin Woman." (repeat)

Salt Lake City, UT – Is Utah's economy recovering slower than the national economy? Where does Utah stand in the coming months?

Salt Lake City, UT – Doug Fabrizio talks with John Dunning who has just published his third Cliff Janeway novel, "The Bookman's Promise". An expert on rare books and radio history.

Visit one of Salt Lake City's independent booksellers:

Ken Sanders Rare Books
The King's English
Sam Weller's Zion Bookstore



What would it take to get you to have a real conversation with someone you completely disagree with? It’s the question at the heart of Next Door Strangers, a podcast by journalist Andrea Smardon.

Maybe you’ve heard we’re a divided country. Here at KUER, we’re going to challenge that idea with a new podcast about finding connection in a time of division.

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Just days after Kevin Hart got the nod to host the 91st Academy Awards ceremony, declaring it "the opportunity of a life time," the comedian is relinquishing the microphone. Hart announced that he is stepping down, citing his series of years-old homophobic tweets that had recently resurfaced.

When Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez takes office next month, representing New York's 14th District, she will be a part of the "blue wave" of new Democrats in the House. But the 29-year-old may end up being a part of a different kind of wave, too: a bipartisan effort for members of Congress to pay the interns they employ.

A for-profit college chain mired in financial troubles announced on Wednesday it is shutting down dozens of campuses across the country by the end of the month. The abrupt decision comes a day after the company lost its accreditation and funding, leaving frantic students scrambling in the final days of the year to enroll in new schools.

Baltimore may soon have its fifth police commissioner in four years.

Mayor Catherine Pugh has nominated Joel Fitzgerald of the Fort Worth Police Department in Texas to be Baltimore's next top cop. The nomination starts the clock on what is roughly a two-month public interview process, and then Fitzgerald must be approved by the Baltimore City Council.

Fitzgerald has said he intends to "develop the type of rapport and relations necessary" to move Baltimore in a new direction. Pugh has said he is the person "best suited to lead the way forward."

Twenty-four workers at an Amazon warehouse in New Jersey were taken to area hospitals after being exposed to bear repellent on Wednesday morning, when a robot punctured a can of the aerosol spray.

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