Chauvin Trial Verdict, Shifting Utah Politics

Episode 34 April 23, 2021 00:25:58
Chauvin Trial Verdict, Shifting Utah Politics
The Hinckley Report
Chauvin Trial Verdict, Shifting Utah Politics
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Show Notes

Utah’s leaders react to the conclusion of the Derek Chauvin murder trial as calls for social justice and police reform continue. Plus, new analysis indicates Utah’s congressional districts are looking a little less red. And federal leaders take controversial positions on tough issues that could have a big impact here in Utah.

Matt Canham, senior reporter with the Salt Lake Tribune, Jasen Lee, reporter with the Deseret News and co-host of the Voices of Reason podcast, and Michelle Quist, columnist with the Salt Lake Tribune join host Jason Perry on this edition of The Hinckley Report.

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