The Hinckley Report
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.Visit The Hinckley Report Website
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Citizens rally after the election, but will activism translate to action or a movement?
Chaffetz announcement’s ripple effects. Refugees in Utah vs. Trump’s immigration policies.
The future of Hatch’s seat, a visit from Bernie Sanders, and how our officials are ranked.
Utah Senators and the nuclear option. Hostile town halls. Where do Utahns get their news?
Gov. Herbert decides what to veto. Utah supports Trump. What’s next for homeless shelters.
AHCA, Gorsuch nomination process, Gov. Herbert signs legislation.
The panel continues with a discussion on the Gorsuch Supreme Court Nomination process.
A deep dive into civility in politics in this special edition of The Hinckley Report.
Our panel continues with Bears Ears and Pres. Trump challenge of National Monuments.
The group discusses Chaffetz's announcement and the future of politics in Utah.
The group talks about Ambassador Huntsman and Utahns' view of the media.
This week's discussion continues as the panel talks opioids and the gender pay gap.
The group continues to talk about the 0.05% DUI law and the gutting of the EPA.
Trump said pointed things about the media during his campaign. Will he pivot?
The panel talks about Republican/Democrat balance on governmental boards.
the panel talks about the issues surrounding the homeless
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