Ahn Young-joon, AP
A South Korean news magazine with front cover photos of U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, right, and a headline “Korean Peninsula Crisis” is displayed at the Dong-A Ilbo building in Seoul, South Korea, Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. North Korea said it will make the United States pay a heavy price if a proposal Washington is backing to impose the toughest sanctions ever on Pyongyang is approved by the U.N. Security Council this week. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)
Here’s a look at the news for Sept. 15.
Gov. Herbert talks .05 DUI law
Gov. Gary Herbert said Thursday that the .05 percent DUI law may not be set in stone, and could possibly be delayed or “tinkered with,” according to the Deseret News.
The law, set to take effect in December 2018, calls for anyone with a .05 blood alcohol content level to receive a DUI charge. This would the lowest DUI limit in the U.S.
But Herbert said no options are off the table when it comes to working on the law. He said it deserves more attention, too.
“I think there is probably a desire to take a look at it to see if there are modification capabilities there. It has appeal to me,” the governor said. “That is where I have a sense that this is the right place to land. I think the idea of a two-tiered system of penalties is an idea that has some wisdom.”
Read more at the Deseret News.
Reyes takes a side in Colorado baker case
Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes said Wednesday that he will support the Colorado baker in an upcoming Supreme Court case, according to the Deseret News.
The Colorado baker, who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple, received support…