Brian Nicholson, Deseret News
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert speaks before signing a Senate Concurrent Resolution encouraging people to develop an end-of-life plan during a ceremony in the Gold Room at the State Capitol on Friday. At his side is Sen. Patricia Jones, D-Salt Lake, the sponsor of the resolution, which encourages adult Utahns to "strongly consider preparing an advance health care directive."
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