Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Apr 24, 2014
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  • Apr 24-30, 2014
  • Vol. 30, No. 50

News

  • War of the Wasatch
  • War of the Wasatch

    As development in the Wasatch grows, Save Our Canyons works for wilderness and water protection
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  • Letters
  • Public Disservice

    Rep. Greg Hughes is no fan of public transit. The only time he gets on a bus, Trax or FrontRunner is for a photo op. The majority of those on the UTA board of trustees are not on the board to serve the people, but so their résumés look good.
  • Letters
  • Why Stop There?

    I am happy for the Utah parents who can now obtain cannabis products that will help seizure-prone children. It’s a grand achievement for Utah. Some of these parents’ daily stress will be diminished with a simple, effective remedy that, in a sane world, could be grown in their home at near zero cost.
  • Letters
  • You Don’t Know Disc Golf

    Nice work alienating readers who also happen to be avid disc golfers [Hits & Misses, April 10, City Weekly]. The course in Rose Park is going to save a large sum of money per year for the city.

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