LEHI — Utah tech leaders shared their concerns on a conference call with Sen. Mitt Romney, Rep. John Curtis, Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox and others Thursday, including their disappointment with some of the decisions announced by the state in a press event earlier in the day.
Romney agreed that on some points, a more aggressive approach may be warranted.
Jeremy Hanks, founder and chairman of Lehi-based supply chain software innovator Dsco, said he believed in spite of data shared by the state in a televised news conference hosted by Gov. Gary Herbert Thursday, that COVID-19 is being spread locally and felt the state should be taking stronger measures.
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