Julia Ritchey, KUER 90.1

Julia Ritchey

KUER 90.1

Salt Lake City, UT, United States

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Past articles by Julia:

Without Funding From Legislature, Utah's Affordable Housing Shortage Continues

For a third year in a row, efforts to fund the state’s affordable housing dearth once again fell short during the 2019 legislative session, as lawmakers → Read More

With A Record 573 Bills Passed, Here's What Utah Lawmakers Did (And Didn't Do) In 45 Days

The Utah Legislature wrapped up its 45-day general session at the stroke of midnight on Thursday in a session defined by big fights over Medicaid expansion → Read More

Lawmakers Ponder Makeover For Utah State Flag

Try to picture the Utah state flag without looking at the bottom of this page. It’s navy blue and it has an eagle and that’s probably as far as you got, → Read More

You Say You Want A Resolution?

If bills are the Legislature’s cake, resolutions are the frosting. → Read More

Utah Legislature Days 8 & 9: Medicaid Rollback, Navajo Code Talkers, Base Budgets

Now that a controversial bill to scale back voter-approved Medicaid expansion has passed the Senate, it next heads to the House Business and Labor → Read More

What Happened On Day Four Of The Utah Legislature

The Senate delayed a second vote on a controversial bill to scale back portions of a voter-approved expansion of Medicaid on Thursday, as health advocates → Read More

How A 1994 Law Supercharged Utah's Supplement Industry

Sen. Orrin Hatch will retire next month, winding down a political career spanning four decades ... longer than any elected official in Utah's history. The → Read More

Joe Biden, At University Of Utah, Talks Purpose, Grief And (Opaquely) Presidential Ambitions

Former Vice President Joe Biden told an audience at the University of Utah on Thursday that he had every intention of running for president in 2016, but → Read More

Utah’s Population Surpasses 3.1 Million in 2018, Despite Dip In Births

Utah grew by more than 52,660 people in 2018, even as births and migration slowed, according to new estimates from the Utah Population Committee . → Read More

Here's What You Need To Know About The Bill To Replace Prop 2

Utah lawmakers will convene next week on Capitol Hill to hammer out a deal over Proposition 2, the ballot initiative voters approved to expand access to → Read More

Mia Love Concedes Race To Ben McAdams In Utah's 4th Congressional District

Updated 12:21 p.m. MST 11/24/18 Rep. Mia Love called Ben Mcadams on Saturday to congratulate him on his win in Utah's 4th congressional district. → Read More

Mia Love Extends Lead In 4th District Race Ahead Of Final Canvas

Updated 11:17 AM 11/19/18 Updated ballot tallies from conservative Utah County have added to Republican Rep. Mia Love’s lead as she seeks a third term → Read More

Mia Love Takes First Lead In 4th District Race With Latest Vote Update

Buoying her chances for re-election, Republican Rep. Mia Love took the lead over Democrat Ben McAdams in Utah’s 4th Congressional District race on Friday → Read More

Anita Hill To Speak About #MeToo Movement At The U

Anita Hill will give a free lecture at the University of Utah next week on the #MeToo movement amid another high-profile allegation roiling President Trump → Read More

Wanda Barzee, Elizabeth Smart Kidnapper, Is Now Free

Wanda Barzee was released from the Utah State Prison on Wednesday morning after serving a 15-year sentence for her role in the 2002 kidnapping of Elizabeth → Read More

What Brett Kavanaugh's Confirmation Could Mean For Abortion In Utah

As President Trump's nominee moves closer to being confirmed to the nation's highest court, Utahns on both sides of the abortion debate are considering → Read More

Study: Utah Women’s Wages Still Lag Behind National Average

Utah has historically ranked dead last for salary disparity between men and women, and a new study out this week shows women’s progress in other key areas → Read More

CD 1: In Race Against Rep. Rob Bishop, Democrat Lee Castillo Wants To Be The Candidate Who Listens

The first in a series on the Democratic candidates challenging Utah’s Republican incumbents in this year’s congressional midterm races. All four of Utah’s → Read More

Utah Farmers Have Fingers Crossed For Better Trade Deals, Despite Concerns

Utah farmers are giving lukewarm reactions to an aid package announced this week by the U.S. Department of Agriculture providing $12 billion to farmers → Read More

How A Tariff Loving Utah Senator Became A Cautionary Tale About Protectionism

As President Donald Trump threatens another round of tariffs on Chinese goods , Utah’s business and elected leaders are sounding the alarm over the growing → Read More