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News Clips | March 15, 2022

The world’s “invisible” healthcare software giant lives in Utah

From adhesive tapes to the reflective strips that line highways and traffic signs—and even the tooth color-matching filling material used at virtually every dental office in the world—one company is responsible for it all: 3M.

COVID-19 pandemic exposes staffing problems at Utah’s college libraries

At University of Utah and SLCC, reliance on part-time student help has meant higher turnover and sometimes a shortage of workers.

The Fed is set to raise interest rates. What will it mean for Utah?

Rates to go up for first time in 3 years in attempt to curb skyrocketing consumer costs.

Second Republican challenger submits signatures to qualify for Utah Senate primary

A second Republican challenger to Sen. Mike Lee turned in the required 28,000 signatures to the Utah Lieutenant Governor’s office today, hoping to qualify for the ballot in the state’s Senate primary election, set for June 28.

‘Out of luck’: Why rising interest rates are pricing out even more homebuyers

Fed rate hike will only slow—not stop—price hikes as supply remains ‘painfully’ low, Utah housing expert says.

Pollen season could be longer, more intense, as climate changes, study finds

As the climate warms, allergy season in the United States could get worse.

‘This is how life is now’: Long haulers still experiencing the effects of COVID two years on

Two years ago in early March, Tyson Plastow contracted COVID-19 for the first time — just as the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus a pandemic.

Utah Legislature has bad solutions for ‘wicked’ problems

A ‘wicked’ problem is not necessarily evil, but more complex than we may understand.

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