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In this week’s Take 2, Heidi Hatch continues her podcast format to comply with social distancing featuring Utah’s gubernatorial candidates.
Former chairman of the Utah Republican Party, Thomas Wright, joins Hatch in a discussion that includes how homeschooling and quarantine are going in the Wright house?
Other topics tackled are:
- GOP convention is over: What’s next for the Wright campaign ahead of the primary?
- Utah is starting to reopen for business. Is it too soon? Too late?
- Many Utah businesses may not be able to open for months, arenas, theaters, malls, aquarium, water parks etc. Is there a way to keep businesses like this afloat?
- Wearing a mask: health choice or political choice. Many are now saying it is unconstitutional and it does no good.
- Hydroxychloroquine purchase by the state $800,000. The money has now been returned. Was this purchase a good old boys club deal or was it in good faith to help the people of utah?
- Wright wants trade de-stigmatized post pandemic. What will this mean?
- Utah has seen clear air, open streets and a nice break during the pandemic. How do we keep Utah’s air clean as we return to business as usual?