BY DAVID MONTERO
The Salt Lake TribuneFirst published Mar 02 2012 12:44PM
Updated Mar 2, 2012 08:14PM
The Utah Legislature isn’t quite done with gold as currency yet.
On Friday, the House approved a resolution to support the state’s freshly minted law that allows business to be conducted in precious metals as opposed to traditional U.S. currency, and another bill passed that would more easily allow both sales and capital gains taxes in gold. Both now move to the Senate.