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Bill Gephardt Show: Ep. #15 – Mayor Mendenhall, Chief Brown, Lt....

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Those who believed we would be turning some sort of magical corner at the stroke of midnight New Year's Day 2021 were right, it just hasn't been the type of magic they hoped for.

Bill Gephardt Show: Episode #14 – Why Utah politics are all...

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SALT LAKE CITY, Jan. 3, 2021 (Gephardt Daily) -- Utah politics are all the rage these days. The only thing certain in these most uncertain...

Bill Gephardt Show: Episode # 13 – Utah musicians delivering when...

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If there's one thing we've come to realize in 2020, it is just how much we love and appreciate music, especially live music, the stuff you hear in small clubs and in intimate settings, where people sit closely, and rock to and fro, sing out loud, laugh out loud, and hold each other tight.

Bill Gephardt Show – Episode #12 – Why Mike Leavitt knows...

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SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, Dec. 6, 2020 (Gephardt Daily) -- Fourteen years ago Mike Leavitt, serving as Secretary of Health and Human Services under...

Bill Gephardt Show – Episode #11 – Gov.-elect Spencer Cox, Dr....

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SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, Nov. 26, 2020 (Gephardt Daily) -- They are among the most visible figures in Utah's battle against COVID-19 -- Governor-elect...

Bill Gephardt Show: Episode #10 – Politicians, pundits and COVID-19

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Bill Gephardt Podcast #10
The 2020 campaign is entering the home stretch and it's no surprise Utah's surge in COVID-19 hospitalizations is the weighing on the public, politicians and pundits alike.

Bill Gephardt Show # 9: Sen. Lee talks Trump, U.S. Post...

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The 2020 presidential campaign is in the home stretch, and folks on both sides of the aisle, including U.S. Sen. Mike Lee, are concerned about the turmoil engulfing the American electorate.

Bill Gephardt Podcast – Episode 8: D.A. Sim Gill, SLCPD Chief...

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Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill and Salt Lake City Police Chief Mike Brown have seen their fair share of social unrest in the course of their careers, but nothing comes close to the anger and rage that have boiled over the last few weeks in the streets of Salt Lake City.