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News Clips | July 12, 2022

Texas women to travel farther, spend more for abortions after fall of Roe v. Wade

As states move to restrict abortion after the reversal of Roe vs. Wade, travel times and costs are expected to dramatically increase for Texans.

Is BA.5 the ‘Reinfection Wave’?

The latest surge is a test of our pandemic priorities.

Judges opened a Utahn’s therapy records to her abuser’s lawyer. They should have let her defend her privacy, new ruling says.

The Utah Supreme Court ruled crime victims have a right to be heard in cases affecting their rights; decision reverses the state’s Court of Appeals.

Catalytic converter thefts on U of U campus drop 'significantly' after suspect arrests

Police from the University of Utah said catalytic converter thefts have "dropped significantly across campus" since the arrest of two suspects in March.

Which Utah tech companies have the most employees?

There are 29 Utah businesses that are classified as tech companies and report having at least 500 employees.

Judge issues preliminary injunction, Utah abortion trigger law still blocked

A judge has issued a preliminary injunction against S.B. 174, Utah’s ban on most abortions. The decision means that S.B. 174 cannot go into effect until a lawsuit between Planned Parenthood Association of Utah and the state of Utah has been settled.

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