Year in Review 2021

Episode 16 December 31, 2021 00:26:46
Year in Review 2021
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Year in Review 2021
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Show Notes

From the rise of two new troubling COVID-19 variants, to an attack on our nation’s Capitol, 2021 has proven to be a tumultuous year in politics. Our panel reviews the year’s most notable events and discusses the impacts heading into the new year. Kate Bradshaw, member of the Bountiful City Council; Lindsay Whitehurst, reporter with the Associated Press; and Matt Canham, senior reporter with The Salt Lake Tribune join host Jason Perry on this episode of The Hinckley Report. 

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