Utah State Capitol Lawmaker Hopes Utah Will Make History As 38th State To Ratify The ERA By Rocio Hernandez • Dec 3, 2019 Rocio Hernandez / KUER Four decades ago, a movement to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment in Utah failed due to opposition from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and other groups that feared that it would dismantle families. Utah Students Join Worldwide Strike For Climate Action By Judy Fahys • Mar 15, 2019 Judy Fahys / KUER News Listen Listening... / 1:59 Around 500 Utah students on Friday took part in a worldwide strike to spur action on climate change. On State Capitol’s Centennial, A Rare Look Inside The Dome By Nicole Nixon • Oct 9, 2016 Nicole Nixon Listen Listening... / 1:54 On Sunday, the Utah State Capitol celebrated its centennial and reporters were given a rare look inside the dome. 100-Year Time Capsule Opened At Utah State Capitol By Nicole Nixon • Oct 3, 2016 Nicole Nixon Listen Listening... / 1:59 Last week, state officials removed a time capsule that was placed in the cornerstone of the Utah State Capitol more than 100 years ago. On Monday they opened it. Decorative Seal Marks Anniversaries for Utah and Capitol Building By Nicole Nixon • Jan 4, 2016 Nicole Nixon Listen Listening... / 1:29 The seal of the State of Utah is now worked into the stone of the first floor in the state capitol. State officials unveiled the new floor design on the anniversary of the day Utah joined the union. State Capitol Gets Millions of Dollars in Security Improvements By Brian Grimmett • Dec 1, 2015 Brian Grimmett Listen Listening... / 1:18 The Utah State Capitol is receiving a security update to prevent people from driving up and into the building. Man Says Suspicious Package Left in Capitol is Anti-Gun Protest By Brian Grimmett • Oct 16, 2015 Utah Department of Public Safety Listen Listening... / 1:44 The Utah Department of Public Safety has released the man who left a suspicious package at the Utah State Capitol.