POSTED // Sep 25,2013 - Utah women should be indignant or, at the very least, in despair. The latest census figures place our state in the top five of those with the biggest wage gaps between men and women, who earn 70 cents on the dollar.
POSTED // Sep 11,2013 - Much has been said about the new school-grading system, which has spawned a chorus of conspiracy theories. Many are convinced that the conservative legislature has it out for public education and would like to,
POSTED // Sep 4,2013 - Land Mismanagement No big surprise here: Money talks. Utah’s School & Institutional Trust Lands Administration has decided to ignore concerns from the governor, wildlife officials and partners ...
POSTED // Jul 31,2013 - Just as Salt Lake City was celebrating its third-annual Solar Day, clean-air advocates got serious about their message. Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment and the Sierra Club filed a lawsuit to stop
POSTED // Jul 24,2013 - Sen. Aaron Osmond, R-South Jordan, is a comedian. There’s no other good explanation for wanting to end compulsory education in the state unless you also want to reinstate child labor and sweatshops.