• Issue of
  • Mar 6-12, 2014
  • Vol. 30, No. 43

News

  • A Legacy of Monkey Wrenching
  • A Legacy of Monkey Wrenching

    This week, learn how the larger-than-life escapades of the characters from Edward Abbey’s Monkeywrench Gang helped inspire real-life activists of the environmental movement at a free documentary screening.
  • Blowing Smoke

    On Feb. 28, during a debate on the House floor on House Bill 112, sponsor Rep. Paul Ray insinuated that members of the electronic-cigarette industry had misled him on their support of his bill. As the only industry representative that Ray has met with this session, this could not be further from the truth.
  • Gov. Herbert vs. Medicaid

    Gov. Gary Herbert has proposed an alternate plan for Utah than the expansion of Medicaid under Obamacare. He wants to take all the allocated federal money for Medicaid expansion under Obamacare and insure all of the same poor, but buy them private health insurance instead. Those people will be required to pay $420 per year for that insurance.
  • Life After Death

    In The Air We Breathe, broadcast on KUED in February, the effects of smog in the valleys of northern Utah were made clear. The smog is sickening and, in some cases (which is fated to increase in number as the population increases), killing us.

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