The Courts Are Making It Harder to Restrict Medicaid Through Work Requirements
But the Trump administration's attacks on Medicaid are nowhere near finished.
Utah Is Ground Zero for the GOP's Plan to Limit Medicaid Expansion
A well-funded Medicaid expansion saves lives and money. Yet Utah and 14 other states are applying for work requirements in hopes of strangling the program.
Bears Ears Now Has the Support of Its Home County's Leadership
The San Juan County commission voted two-to-one in favor of a resolution that rescinds the county's previous opposition to the monument and condemns its reduction by Donald Trump.
In Utah, Young People Demand an End to Oil and Gas Leasing
A dispatch from a protest at the Utah Bureau of Land Management.
A Giant Quaking Aspen Forest Is Trembling Under Our Watch
A cloned aspen grove that's thrived for millennia is feeling the pressure of just 50 years of human activity.
The DOI Won't Sell Off Lands That Trump Removed From a Utah Monument
Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke didn't see the Bureau of Land Management's draft plan beforehand; he only learned the details when he read about them in the news.
The Trump Administration Is Moving Forward With Plans for Scaled-Down Utah Monuments
But to those awaiting the outcome of legal challenges to the president's reductions, the planning seems premature.
A Judge Rules That Trump Can Keep Secret His Reasons for Shrinking Our National Monuments
A judge says the administration doesn't have to turn over legal documents for which an environmental law firm had sued.
Utah Senator Mike Lee Is Among the Candidates Being Interviewed for a Supreme Court Seat
President Donald Trump interviewed Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) on Monday to replace Justice Anthony M. Kennedy on the Supreme Court.
The Lede, Issue #16: A Tool for Tackling Sexual Assault, Experiments in Biochar, Shrinking Bears Ears, and More
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Utah's Anti-Conservation Crusade Is About to Become Very Costly
With Outdoor Retailer's departure, Utah pays dearly for its attack on public lands.
Letter From Moab, Utah: Sharing a Sunset at Arches National Park
Delicate Arch is the most famous rock formation in Arches National Park—and, almost certainly, in the entire state of Utah.
Why Does the Coal Industry Treat Old, Dirty Power Plants Like National Treasures?
Dear coal industry, stop reminiscing over outdated power plants. They’re holding you—and us—back.