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Salt Lake City, Utah - Governor Huntsman, was deeply disappointed by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's decision to reject Utah's safety-related objections to a plan to store spent nuclear fuel on the Skull Valley Goshute Reservation.

Salt Lake City, Utah -- Utah Governor Jon M. Huntsman, Jr., has appointed Gregory M. Jones, PhD as the new State Science Advisor.

Lt. Governor Leads Delegation to Texas News Release September 08, 2005   Group to Study Transportation Projects in Preparation for Summit 

Camp Williams, Utah - Below is the latest information regarding UTA services for today, September 8, 2005 to Sunday, September 11, 2005.

Camp Williams, Utah - One Greyhound bus is scheduled to pick up Hurricane Katrina guests at the Readiness Center, beginning today. The bus will stop in Denver, Colo., where people traveling to other areas will board different buses.

Camp Williams, Utah - Utah Law Enforcement officials have conducted background checks on all adult Hurricane Katrina guests at Camp Williams.

Camp Williams, Utah - A total of 44 Hurricane Katrina guests were hired today at a job fair held by the Department of Workforce Services.

Camp Williams, Utah - Utah Senator Orrin G. Hatch has sent a letter to Secretary of Education, Margaret Spellings, asking her to not enforce the McKinney-Vento Act for Hurricane Katrina evacuees.

Due to the ongoing media coverage of the Hurricane Katrina guests staying at Camp Williams, media access to the base will now be as follows:

Salt Lake City, Utah -- The State of Utah and Utah's counties are pleased with a decision rendered Thursday by the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.

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