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Jeanette Herbert, wife of Gov. Gary Herbert, Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox and his wife, Abby Cox, listen as Herbert delivers his State of the State address at the Capitol in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019.

SALT LAKE CITY — Here’s a look at the news for Jan. 31.

The Utah Senate approved a replacement for a voter-approved Utah Medicaid expansion. Read more.

Utah lawmaker wants to move drivers’ licenses from wallets to cellphones. Here’s how it would work.

Utah’s food bloggers share their nine favorite Super Bowl snacks. Read more.

The Salt Lake Stallions’ first roster includes 17 players from BYU, Utah and Utah State. Read more.

Utah Rep. John Curtis cries foul over Democrats’ bill to expand Bears Ears National Monument. Read more.

Gov. Gary Herbert says the greatest challenge for Utah may be growth. Read more.

Sundance is showing a film about Satanists. What does it have to do with religious liberty? Read more.

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