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MANDATORY CREDIT; DESERET NEWS OUT; KSL OUT; KSTU OUT; KTVX OUT
Paris Hilton, who has spoken out about the abuses she said she experienced at Provo Canyon School, center, was an advocate for the new law along with Utah Gov. Spencer Cox Cox and Lt. Gov. Deidre Henderson. Activists and supporters gathered in the Capitol rotunda in Salt Lake City, Tuesday, April 6, 2021, for a ceremonial bill signing of SB127 that will bring more oversight to the state's so-called troubled-teen industry. (Leah Hogsten/The Salt Lake Tribune via AP)
2021-04-07
The Salt Lake Tribune/Associated Press/East News
Associated Press
The Salt Lake Tribune
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51cm x 34cm by 300dpi
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