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News Clips | June 13, 2023

Utah wildfire season to arrive later this year—and could be more intense

A rainier climate this year may create more vegetation to burn, officials say.

Why a future with more extreme heat could hit parts of rural Utah especially hard

Climate change is expected to worsen many of the health care challenges Utahns living in rural communities already face.

As Opioid overdoses increase across the nation, Utah sees a decline

Opioid overdose in Utah is slowly decreasing, despite a national average increase, according to a new study released by the Kaiser Family Foundation.

A proposed DEI policy for schools is dividing Park City

After months of debate, the Park City school board expects to adopt a DEI policy later this month.

Judge Aileen Cannon’s pivotal role in Donald Trump’s criminal trial

The Trump-nominated judge will set the pace for the proceedings amid questions about whether she should recuse.

State of Utah appoints first Medical Cannabis Policy Advisory Board

Members include a medical cannabis patient, a cannabis grower, a Utah Highway Patrol administrator, a pharmaceutical researcher, a cannabis advocate and various health care and medical professionals.

End of student loan freedom could spell "a lot of bounced checks"

The student loan debt cliff is looming over the potential downfall of President Biden's historic forgiveness program—and borrowers must prepare for the resumption of monthly payments.

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