(The Center Square) – The Utah public school system is temporarily scrapping its “test to stay” COVID-19 protocol and giving schools an option to switch to remote learning for four days, state officials said Friday.

Iowans are growing more frustrated with high property taxes. A majority of Iowans, 63.4%, believe that property taxes are too high. The concern over property taxes surpasses the rural-urban divide and political party identification. Taxpayers are often left wondering why they never see prope…

(The Center Square) – Utah is not doing enough to be transparent with taxpayers about how money from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act is being spent, according to a report.

(The Center Square) – The Utah public school system is temporarily scrapping its “test to stay” COVID-19 protocol and giving schools an option to switch to remote learning for four days, state officials said Friday.

Iowans are growing more frustrated with high property taxes. A majority of Iowans, 63.4%, believe that property taxes are too high. The concern over property taxes surpasses the rural-urban divide and political party identification. Taxpayers are often left wondering why they never see prope…

(The Center Square) – Utah is not doing enough to be transparent with taxpayers about how money from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act is being spent, according to a report.