Video: Let Me Speak to the Governor – May, 2023

May 19, 2023, 9:19 AM

Every month, Utah Gov. Spencer Cox joins KSL NewsRadio for a special Q&A. This month, Cox answers questions about topics ranging from the new state flag to gun control legislation. This segment originally aired on May 18, 2023.

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00:00 — Governor’s reaction to the passing of KSL TV anchor Dick Nourse.
03:39 — Extending the state of emergency for flood risk
10:44 — Guns in Utah
16:01 — Providing mental health resources to Utahns
17:40 — The future of the Point of the Mountain
19:41 — Learning to disagree
23:39 — Immigration policies
28:54 — The new state flag
31:09 — Gas prices
33:33 — State employees becoming “at-will”
35:51 — Gang issues in the state
36:43 — East-west freeway
38:33 — Tiny homes

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Video: Let Me Speak to the Governor – May, 2023