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News Clips | October 1-3, 2022

Disrupting The Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Status Quo

Enterprises led by overlooked founders represent a serious opportunity. Women started 49% of new businesses in the U.S. in 2021 at a rate of more than 1,800 new businesses a day.

U of U students claims being drugged, sexually assaulted at fraternity house

Police are investigating after a student claimed they were drugged and sexually assaulted at a University of Utah fraternity house.

Utah crowd marches to state Capitol in solidarity with Iranian people

A large crowd marched from Washington Square to the steps of the Utah State Capitol on Saturday to show solidarity for those suffering in Iran.

Paul Tsosie appointed as the 1st tribal voice on Utah’s Colorado River Authority board

Paul Tsosie was recently appointed to Utah’s Colorado River Authority board as the new seat for indigenous tribes representation.

In Utah, independent Evan McMullin poses a challenge for Trump-backed Sen. Mike Lee

The Utah Senate race is tight, like so many this year. Incumbent Sen. Mike Lee faces a credible threat from independent Evan McMullin after Lee strongly aligned himself with former President Trump.

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