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Study: If Congress doesn't act, transportation projects may suffer

Former chairman of the Democratic Party, Jim Dabakis and in for Thomas Wright this week, is Republican Ken Ivory from District 47 discusses House Bill 19, transportation projects, and federal land management.
Former chairman of the Democratic Party, Jim Dabakis and in for Thomas Wright this week, is Republican Ken Ivory from District 47 discusses House Bill 19, transportation projects, and federal land management.

-Utah could lose more than $400 million in federal funding. Congress has until September 30 to pass a new transportation bill.

-Utah leaders have a couple different strategies in the public lands fight and the desire for more control.



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