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The Hinckley Report

Next Airing: Fri, Jan 19th, 2018 at 7:30 PM on KUED-HD

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The new weekly public affairs series in partnership with the University of Utah Hinckley Institute of Politics provides insight and analysis into Utah news and pressing political issues as they relate to the state. Hosted by Jason Perry with guest Utah journalists.

Episodes:

  • 2018 Legislative Preview

    Next week the 2018 Utah legislative session begins. What will be the major bills? How will federal tax reform affect Utah’s budget? Also, can a federal government shutdown be avoided, and will Mitt Romney announce his candidacy soon? The Exoro Group’s Maura Carabello, State Representative Brian King, and State Senator Todd Weiler join Host Jason Perry on this week’s Hinckley Report.

    Next Airing: Fri, Jan 19th, 2018 at 7:30 PM on KUED-HD
    Length: 00:26:46
    Usage rights: Expires 1/18/2038
  • Alabama Senate Race and Utah Legislature

    Democrat Doug Jones defeats Roy Moore in the Senate race in Alabama. Officials leave the Utah Legislature for new posts. Rep. Stewart proposes a new National Park in Utah while lawsuits start as fallout from shrinking National Monuments starts. KRCL’s Lara Jones and KNRS’s Rod Arquette join Jason Perry on this week’s Hinckley Report.

    Length: 00:26:23
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  • National Monument Reductions and the Tax Reform Vote

    state legislative session is fast approaching. What are on our lawmakers’ agendas? ABC4’s Emily Clark and former University of Utah Professor Tim Chambless are guests on this week’s roundtable.

    Length: 00:24:18
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  • Public Lands In Utah

    With President Trump’s executive order, two national monuments in Utah were reduced significantly. How did we get here? Why is this issue so decisive? The Hinckley Report dedicates an entire show to discussing Utah’s public lands. Guests include the National Parks Conservation Association’s David Nimkin, KUER’s Judy Fahys, and the Sutherland Institute’s Boyd Matheson.

    Length: 00:26:33
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  • Senator Hatch Retires

    After four decades of service, Senator Orrin Hatch announces his retirement. What is his legacy, and what happens with his seat for 2018? Utah gears up for the start of the 2018 legislative session, and what is next for the federal delegation in DC? The Salt Lake Tribune’s Ben Woods and Utah State University’s Damon Cann join host Morgan Lyon Cotti in this week’s edition of The Hinckley Report.

    Length: 00:26:46
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  • Trump Visit and Utah's Delegation

    President Trump visits Utah and officially shrinks Grand Staircase-Escalante and Bears Ears National Monuments. Utah’s Federal delegates are all on powerful committees…what does their standing say about Utah? And Utahns weigh in on the Alabama Senate race. KUER’s Judy Fahys, State Senator Jim Dabakis, and former State Senator Steve Urquhart are this week’s roundtable guests.

    Length: 00:26:46
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  • Will There Be A Romney Candidacy?

    Now that Sen. Hatch announced his retirement, what will Mitt Romney do? The Utah Caucus system is threatened by Count My Vote…or is it? Immigration issues are central to Federal Government Shutdown talks, and more surprises for the 2018 election. The Deseret News’ Lisa Riley Roche, Former State Senator Steve Urquhart, and Utah Policy’s Bryan Schott join Jason Perry for this week’s episode.

    Length: 00:26:49
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  • Year In Review

    From public lands issues to the Russia investigation, from the social media impact of President Trump and the #METOO campaign, 2017 was a busy year. The Hinckley Report looks back at the year that was and what will have lasting impact going forward. Guests include The Salt Lake Tribune’s Michelle Quist, ABC4 Utah’ s Glen Mills, and Lobbyist Frank Pignanelli.

    Length: 00:26:46
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