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The Utah attorney general's office continues fighting to keep out of the public eye a written legal opinion it prepared for the Legislature — then withheld citing ethical concerns — on Gov. Gary Herbert's unilateral action setting rules for the special election to replace former Rep. Jason Chaffetz. The Legislature, angered by the action this summer, later decided to let the matter drop so as not to undermine the ongoing election to fill the midterm vacancy left by Chaffetz, who resigned June 30 for a job at Fox News. But The Tribune sought the opinion under state open-records laws...
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