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Holland & Hart's Utah Government Affairs Director Kate Bradshaw Covers Tax Reform on The Hinckley Report

Kate Bradshaw, Director of Government Affairs in Holland & Hart’s Salt Lake City office, joined Bryan Schott, managing editor at, and House Minority Leader Brian King on The Hinckley Report episode “Tax Reform Concerns,” which aired December 6, 2019, on PBS Utah. The panel discussed Utah voters’ concerns about the effects of the state’s tax reform bill on low-income families, businesses, and services.

In partnership with the Hinckley Institute of Politics at the University of Utah, The Hinckley Report provides insight and analysis into Utah politics, covering the most pressing political issues facing Utah. Hosted by Jason Perry, director of the Hinckley Institute of Politics, each week’s guests feature Utah’s top journalists, lawmakers, and policy experts.

Watch the full episode here (also available as a podcast): Tax Reform Concerns



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