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Author: Natalie Gochnour

This year has been one for the ages and the challenges of

With a pandemic, a looming election, and other looming problems, our world

Twenty-one years ago, I sat in a car in our nation’s capital

I served as an associate administrator for public affairs at the Environmental

When I think of the People’s Republic of China, my mind goes

Uncertainty. It’s something economists think about a lot. And for good reason―economies

Utah’s millennial population represents approximately 23 percent of the state (726,000 people).

Bake the cake. Light the candles. The US celebrates 10 years of

During a recent appearance on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Democratic pollster Fred

Prominent Utah historian, Thomas Alexander wrote the Beehive State’s official history titled

I recently moderated a panel for the Sandy Area Chamber of Commerce

The late economist and former chair of the Council of Economic Advisers,

I find it helpful in public policy discussions to suspend emotion and

Utah Governor Gary Herbert can claim many accolades. He boasts a 70

While I love the start of a new year, I’m not sure

As 2019 winds to a close, I find myself looking back over

In the last five years, approximately 100,000 more people have moved into

Utah’s Carbon and Emery counties possess immense beauty between the slot canyons