Governor Murray has vetoed an appropriations bill that would give revenues of the territory to leaders he considers to be corrupt and in opposition to the United States government. Murray’s official reason for vetoing the bill is that signing the bill would allow the current territorial auditor and treasurer to remain in authority. In a statement about why he vetoed the bill, Murray explained that the leaders of the Mormons have consistently defied the law and thus should not be in control of money in the territory. In reply, the Utah Legislature has adopted a number of resolutions arguing the validity of their elected officials and the corrupt motives of Murray in vetoing the bill.
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