Gov. Spencer Cox bans Russian-branded products from state liquor stores in executive order


Based on a information launch, all Russia-produced and Russian-branded merchandise can be faraway from DABC retailer cabinets till the order is rescinded.

(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Liquor management stoppers known as Bergs on new bottles on Friday, Jan. 28, 2022 at Lake Impact cocktail bar in downtown Salt Lake Metropolis. On Feb. 26, Gov. Spencer Cox ordered the elimination of all Russian-branded merchandise from state liquor shops in response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

In response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Gov. Spencer Cox issued an govt order on Saturday to take away all Russian-produced and Russian-branded merchandise from state liquor shops.

The chief order can even require the Governor’s Workplace of Financial Alternative to assessment state procurements for every other financial relationships with Russia, based on a information launch from the governor’s workplace.

Russia launched its assault on the Jap European nation early Thursday, and the governor condemned the assault in a Tweet posted from his official account earlier this week.

“Russia’s ruthless assault on a sovereign nation is an egregious violation of human rights,” Cox mentioned within the launch. “Utah stands in solidarity with Ukraine and won’t help Russian enterprises, irrespective of how small the change.”

Based on the order, Utah will take “no matter measures doable” to help the individuals of Ukraine, and Russian-branded merchandise is not going to return to state liquor shops till the order is rescinded.



Feb. 21- Feb. 26, 2022: Gov. Spencer J. Cox and Lt. Gov. Deidre M. Henderson’s Schedule 


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Please be aware that if a distant surge day is known as the Governor and Lt. Governor’s schedule might change.


Gov. Spencer J. Cox’s Schedule

Monday, Feb. 21

Presidents Day – Workplace Closed

Tuesday, Feb. 22

10 a.m.       Meet with legislative staff
Location:    Rampton Room

1:20 p.m.    Meet with boards and commissions
Location:    Governor’s Workplace

3:15 p.m.    Meet with Incident Command
Location:    Digital assembly

4 p.m.         Meet with President Stuart Adams and Speaker Brad Wilson
Location:    President’s Workplace

Wednesday, Feb. 23

8 a.m.         Meet with Legislative Minority Management
Location:    Digital assembly

9:15 a.m.    Converse at Undertake-A-College press convention
Location:    Stadler Rail, 5880 W. 150 South, Salt Lake Metropolis
MEDIA AVAILABILITY

10:15 a.m.   Converse at Afghan Refugee Day on the Hill occasion
Location: Gold Room
MEDIA AVAILABILITY 

10:45 a.m.  Converse at Ephraim Jr. Excessive digital occasion
Location:    Digital assembly

12 p.m.       Converse at GoUtah Roundtable assembly 
Location:    Governor’s Mansion

2:10 p.m.    Meet with Governor’s Workplace of Planning and Price range employees 
Location:    Governor’s Workplace

2:45 p.m.    Maintain invoice signing
Location:    Rampton Room

Thursday, Feb. 24

9 a.m.         Meet with Home and Senate Majority Management
Location:    Senate Majority Caucus Room

9:45 a.m.    Meet with Vietnam Consul Common
Location:    Gold Room 

1 p.m.         Attend Ed Leary retirement recognition
Location:    Gold Room 

3:10 p.m.    Converse at Aggie Ice Cream 100 years celebration occasion
Location:    Governor’s Workplace

7 p.m.         Converse at Days of ‘47 Cowboy Video games and Rodeo Board and Sponsor Dinner
Location:    Pioneer Heart, This Is The Place Heritage Park

Friday, Feb. 25

7:30 a.m.    Converse at Rural Caucus occasion
Location:    Utah State Capitol, West Home Constructing 30

9:30 a.m.    Take part in suicide prevention dialogue
Location:    Governor’s Workplace

11 a.m.       Converse at Utah College Boards Affiliation and Superintendents Affiliation assembly
Location: 2500 S. State St., Granite Board Room, Granite College District



Lt. Gov. Deidre M. Henderson’s Schedule

Monday, Feb. 21

Presidents Day – Workplace Closed

6 p.m.         Attend viewing for Col. Gail Halvorsen
Location:    4780 N. College Ave., Provo

Tuesday, Feb. 22

7:45 a.m.    Meet with Sen. Vickers and Rep. Schultz 
Location:    Rep. Schultz’s Workplace

9:30 a.m.    Meet with Utah College Board Affiliation Day on the Hill 
Location:    Capitol Rotunda 

10 a.m.       Meet with legislative staff
Location:    Digital assembly

1:20 p.m.    Meet with boards and commissions
Location:    Governor’s Workplace

3:15 p.m.    Meet with Incident Command
Location:    Digital assembly

4 p.m.         Meet with President Stuart Adams and Speaker Brad Wilson
Location:    President Adams Workplace

Wednesday, Feb. 23

8 a.m.         Meet with Legislative Minority Management
Location:    Digital assembly

9 a.m.         Meet with chief innovation officer
Location:    Lt. Governor’s Workplace 

10 a.m. Attend American Indian Caucus Day 
Location: Digital 

2:45 p.m     Maintain invoice signing
Location:    Rampton Room

Thursday, Feb. 24

7:30 a.m.    Meet with legislators 
Location:    Rampton Room

9 a.m.         Meet with Home and Senate Majority Management
Location:    Senate Majority Caucus Room

1 p.m.         Attend Ed Leary retirement recognition
Location:    Gold Room 

3 p.m.         Attend Aggie Ice Cream 100 years celebration occasion
Location:    Governor’s Workplace

Friday, Feb. 25

9 a.m.         Converse Traders Alternative Convention 
Location:    555 S. Essential St., Grand America Lodge, Salt Lake Metropolis

Saturday, Feb. 26

10:30 a.m.  Converse at Be Prepared Utah Expo
Location:    Mountain America Expo Heart
MEDIA ACCESS

Obtain a replica of this schedule right here.

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Gov. Spencer J. Cox names Mandy Larsen to 6th District Judicial Appointment


SALT LAKE CITY (Feb. 23, 2022) – Gov. Spencer J. Cox has named Mandy Larsen because the sixth District Judicial appointee. The governor’s nominations are topic to affirmation by the Utah Senate.

“Mandy Larsen has demonstrated a powerful dedication to justice as each a prosecutor and protection legal professional,” Gov. Cox mentioned. “I’m happy she has the will to serve the general public on this new capability and stay up for her distinguished profession serving the sixth District on the bench.” 

Larsen at the moment serves as deputy county legal professional in Sevier County for the state of Utah, performing as a prosecutor in felony, misdemeanor and juvenile delinquency, a place she’s held since 2014. Previous to her present place, she labored as town legal professional and prosecutor at Gunnison Metropolis Justice Courtroom. She additionally based her personal apply, from 2004 till 2014, which offered basic authorized companies with explicit give attention to household, legal  protection, and juvenile regulation, and she or he was entrusted with a number of public defender contracts from throughout Utah and Sevier Counties.

She acquired a bachelor of arts diploma in political science and legal justice from Southern Utah College, and a juris doctorate diploma from J. Reuben Clark Regulation Faculty, Brigham Younger College.

“I’m honored by Gov. Cox’s appointment and humbled by his confidence in me,” Larsen mentioned. “If confirmed, I decide to carry out my judicial duties with integrity, equity and respect.”

Obtain a replica of this press launch right here.

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