Can Utah cities ban fireworks? We’re asking the experts.
SALT LAKE CITY — The firework debate might be hotter than the temperature outside.
Fireworks manufacturers insist cities can’t institute bans on fireworks this close to July 4. Cities and counties say they have the right to restrict where explosives go off. Meanwhile, there’s confusion over what state officials can and can’t do.
Tune to KSL NewsRadio for a breakdown with reporter Paul Nelson on what we’ve learned after consulting the experts.
Earlier reporting on fireworks and cities
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