Salt Lake Tribune journalists explore this week’s top stories.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has agreed to pay $5 million for hiding prior stock holdings in a settlement with the US Securities and Exchange Commission. More than 90 women say they were sexually assaulted by a Utah doctor. And a legislative bill would protect new quarries from county or community oversight.
On Friday at 9:00 am Salt Lake Tribune reporters Tony Semerad, Jessica Miller and Brian Maffly, along with Opinion Editor George Pyle, will join Utah Public Radio’s Tom Williams to discuss the week’s top stories.
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