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    Salt Lake City, Utah (AP)

    The Utah Transportation Authority will delay a decision on a proposal to develop a south Salt Lake valley commuter rail stop, shopping center and housing until more study can be done on the area, an attorney said.

    UTA attorney Bruce Jones said the decision comes after UTA officials met with state regulators and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

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