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News Clips | April 25-26, 2023

Where Utah's universities placed in U.S. News' grad school rankings

U.S. News & World Report released its annual graduate school rankings Tuesday, recognizing the University of Utah and Brigham Young University as top schools for their business programs.

Utah Supreme Court cancels oral arguments in lawsuit challenging state's abortion ban

The Utah Supreme Court has canceled scheduled oral arguments in the high-profile lawsuit brought by Planned Parenthood against the state's near-total abortion ban.

London Kelley: It’s time for Gen Z to rise up for climate action

Utah’s Clean the Darn Air project has plans for a climate ballot measure.

Utah still has the highest population of children in the US—but they’re growing up

Utah’s population continues to have the largest percentage of children in the nation; however, that percentage continues to decline, matching trends in other states, according to recently released Census Bureau estimations.

The Thumping Thermometer of Yellowstone: Unique Pool Reveals Secrets of Hydrothermal System

The rhythmic beating of geysers at Doublet Pool provides insight into the changes in energy within the Yellowstone hydrothermal system.

Utah businesses face a complicated environment for tech partnerships with Israel

In September last year, Utah Gov. Spencer Cox led a delegation of 66 people to Jerusalem, where the group focused on bilateral trade opportunities with Israeli companies. The trip also allowed Cox to have several high-profile meetings with Israeli officials like President Isaac Herzog.

Utah ranks in top 10 most 'difficult' states for first-time homebuyers

Utah ranks in the top 10 most "difficult" states for first-time homebuyers, with an average of over $70,000 in cash needed up front for a down payment.

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