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Cop Fight

Bar brawl: Cop vs. Corrections Captain

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Mar 22,2012 - A few men walk into a bar and get into a fight. The fight spills out the bar until the police show up. What’s the punch line? One of the men in the fight, Jason Nicholes,

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Lost Years

Why hasn't Mark Yowell been released?

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Mar 14,2012 - Karen Baldwin wants to marry her boyfriend, Mark Yowell. The only problem is that the government, which held him first in the Salt Lake County Metro Jail for four months and for more than a year in the Utah State Hospital in Provo, has yet to release him.

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Latest on Liquor Legislation

Two bills could frame reform in 2013

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Mar 7,2012 - Utah drinkers watching the 2012 Legislature probably haven’t been doing celebration shots, but they probably haven’t been crying in their beers, either.

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Farm Filming: Fin?

Animal-rights advocates blast bill

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Feb 29,2012 - A bill working its way through the 2012 Legislature wants to take animal activists’ undercover investigations of farm conditions out behind the barn and put them down for good.

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Cutting Costs & Services

Kristen Cox Redefines the DWS

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Feb 22,2012 - Kristen Cox, executive director of the Department of Workforce Services, cut $22.6 million from the department in the face of a recession-fueled tripling of the number of Utahns seeking public assistance.

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Report Reveals PLPCO's Troubles

Employees fiddle as legal costs rise

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Feb 16,2012 - The week that the Utah Public Lands Policy Coordination Office filed a massive legal action to reclaim 18,784 roads that crisscross public lands all over the state, the office’s lead attorney, Roger Fairbanks, was pretty busy. Not at the office, however; he was playing guitar in a fiddle band

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Myth of the Utah Mormon

Study: Few differences from out-of-state Saints

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Feb 8,2012 - Most members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are well aware of the perceived differences of the “Utah Mormon” and “regular” Mormons. Some say Utah Mormons are more righteous, while others say the exact opposite is true.

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School Board Mapmaking

Advocates hope to better represent families

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Feb 1,2012 - “One person, one vote” is the rule of thumb when it comes to redistricting—the post-census process of drawing political boundary maps equally distributed by population. But while “one person, one vote” may equal fairness for adult residents, some advocates on Salt Lake City’s west side say the equation doesn’t add up to fair representation on the Salt Lake School Board for the huge number of children who live on their side of the tracks.

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Legislature 2012

Bluster, bills & battles for budget scraps

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Jan 26,2012 - The 2012 Legislature has begun, and with it being an election year, and with a slew of political players on the Hill angling for bigger office,

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Food Stamp Name Change

Legislator says new perception would be worth the cost

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Jan 18,2012 - When the economy went into a tailspin in 2008, 55,000 Utah families participated in the food-stamps program. That number has since jumped to roughly 115,000, according to low-income advocate Bill Tibbitts of the Crossroads Urban Center.
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