Utah NOW Show Archives: April 2009 Shows
This week Utah NOW presents The Governor's Monthly News Conference, an unedited exchange between reporters and Governor Jon M. Huntsman, Jr.
The Governor speaks on a variety of topics, including the Ethics commission and how it applies to redistricting, and about same sex marriage and civil unions.
This week on Utah NOW we're looking at the questionable future of the American newspaper. As papers around the country are failing, we'll assess the prospects of the newsroom in Utah. We'll talk about the challenges from the Internet and ask about the implications of all of this on the state of journalism, on democracy and on the community.
This week on Utah NOW - we're talking about the boundaries of presidential power. Legal scholar Scott Matheson has written a book about the U.S. presidency during times of crisis. He'll join us to talk about how American leaders have squared security with human rights when the stakes were high.
This week on Utah NOW we'll look at the story of one Utah family's struggle with autism. Leeann Whiffen will be our guest. She'll join us to discuss her fight to find the treatment that would make the difference for her son. The book she wrote about the experience is called "A Child's Journey Out of Autism."