Governor Jon M. Huntsman, Jr. speaks extensively about the tragedy at the Crandall Canyon Mine and his extreme frustration in how the event was handled and how the families and the community of Huntington have been treated. He also talks about the lessons to be learned from the crisis and what the State of Utah can do to respond to crises of this nature.
The Governor also speaks about the Special Legislative Session and the bill proposals within the session...specifically on the discussion of the ballot proposal to split Salt Lake County school districts, and on an animal cruelty law known as "Henry's Law."
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