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Identity Theft

Law & Order: Salt Lake City’s man without a country sees citizenship hopes dashed again.

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Apr 15,2009 - Left as an infant with a babysitter in California around 35 years ago (no one knows for sure how old he is), Garman was adopted by U.S. parents who died before filing paperwork to make him a U.S. citizen.

Hits & Misses

Tim DeChristopher, Clean Water & Hydropower

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Apr 8,2009 - Monkeywrencher Tim DeChristopher has been hit with two federal felony counts for bidding on Utah oil leases he never intended to buy. The 27-year-old says he knew he could face jail for his act of civil disobedience ...

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Dust Up

Environment: Las Vegas water grab on hold as studies probe what pumping groundwater will do to Salt Lake City’s air.

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Apr 8,2009 - Utah Rep. Mike Noel, R-Kanab, wanted to know why his colleagues in the Legislature were worried about a little dust.

Hits & Misses

Electric Cars, Orrin Hatch, Video Game Censorship & UTA Disabled Cutbacks

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Apr 1,2009 - A Salt Lake City filled with electric cars zipping silently through the streets may sound like a pipedream from one of Mayor Ralph Becker’s “blueprints.”

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Wheels of Justice

A bicyclist accused of DUI won't take the rap sitting down.

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Apr 1,2009 - On advice of his attorney, Keith Solmo took up riding his bike to and from the Gateway Saloon in Vernal. The archaeologist working in nearby oilfields had been tagged with one DUI in Utah and didn&rsq

Hits & Misses

Becker's Bars, Let Them Eat Bootstraps, Union Blues & Glowing Desert

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Mar 25,2009 - Becker’s Bars Now that Utah’s conservative Legislature has passed liquor reform once considered blasphemous, it may be safe for Salt Lake City to stick its toe in the water.

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Booze Clues

A handy guide to this year’s mind-boggling liquor-law reform.

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Mar 25,2009 - Utah's liquor law looks a little like a Swiss cheese after the 2009 Legislature.

Cover Story

Gimme Shelter

The city’s working stiffs and down-on-their-luck hold out for affordable rent.

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Mar 18,2009 - The suit from the City is looking nervous. His audience, seated in rows of folding chairs and wearing what looks like the picked-over hand-me-downs from Deseret Industries, the faded garb that is the uniform of the very poor, sounds mutinous.

Hits & Misses

Ethics, Shmethics, Cricket Stimulus, What Global Warming

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Mar 18,2009 - Remember all the talk before this year’s legislative session about cleaning up the ethical mess on Capitol Hill? Neither, apparently, did Utah’s Legislature.

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Farewell, My Lovely

Business: The downsizing of Sam Weller’s Books has some people worried.

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Mar 18,2009 - Maybe City Weekly is a jinx. Both times this newspaper has opened an office downtown, the next-door business has fallen on hard times.
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