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Dennis Romboy
Dennis Romboy is a reporter for Deseret News where for the past 20 years he has covered a variety of beats including state and local government, human services and the 2002 Olympics. He spent six years as a special projects reporter writing in-depth stories on social problems such drug addiction and child abuse. He has also worked as an assistant city editor. His current assignment includes federal courts, immigration issues and the Utah Legislature. Romboy was born in Salt Lake City and graduated from the University of Utah in 1989. He previously worked at the Standard-Examiner in Ogden. He has won numerous local and national awards for his writing. He enjoys running, snowboarding and crossword puzzles.
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Salt Lake City has the seventh-highest percentage of adults who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender among the nation's top 50 metropolitan areas.
Utah’s path to combining LGBT rights and religious freedom in newly passed legislation might be more of a template for the nation than the law itself.
Brookings Institution and Deseret News panel discussions bring light to process that led to historic deal and potential for the nation.
Utah's new law expanding anti-discrimination protections for gays and lesbians along with religious liberty protections for the faithful could be something other states struggling with the same issues could bui...
A historic anti-discrimination and religious rights compromise and a monumental stalemate over Medicaid expansion will bring down the curtain late Thursday on the 2015 Utah Legislature.
The House and the Senate still appeared to be miles apart on a gas tax increase on the next to last day of the 2015 Legislature.
The Huntsman father-son disagreement over the job Sen. Mike Lee is doing took another turn. And rather than challenge Lee, former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. has decided to join him.
Police could pull over motorists and issue warnings for not wearing seat belts under a bill the Utah Legislature has approved.
Bullets could replace needles for executions in Utah under a bill passed by the state Legislature. HB11 would legalize firing squad executions in the state if drugs needed for lethal injections aren’t ava...
A House panel endorsed a bill Tuesday that combines religious freedom and protections for LGBT Utahns from discrimination.