State lawmaker working on a number of bills to protect victims

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SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) – When the state legislature convenes next year, lawmakers will be considering a number of bills to protect victims from violent crimes.

Representative Angela Romero, (D) Salt Lake City, is working on bills to address sexual assault reporting requirements, online harassment and murdered and missing indigenous women.

She joins us this week on Inside Utah Politics to go in-depth on her plan for the 2020 session.

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Glen Mills

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For this Beetdigger and Ute it’s an honor to be doing what he loves in his home state! Glen is an award-winning journalist, who joined the ABC4 News team in June 2013. You can catch him anchoring ABC4 News at 5 and 6, Monday through Friday. He also serves as our Senior Political Correspondent, keeping you up to date on issues that impact your life at the city, state and national level. His political reports run throughout the week, and he hosts Inside Utah Politics, Sunday mornings at 8. The Utah Headliners Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists has recognized Glen as the best government and military television reporter in the state. Before returning home to Utah, he spent 11 1/2 years developing his journalism skills in other states. He held various on-air and management positions at KPVI in Pocatello, Idaho, WGBA in Green Bay, Wisconsin and KKCO in Grand Junction, Colorado during that time. Read More...
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