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Drink Specials Are Back

Settlement surprises bar owners, lawmakers

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Sep 5,2012 - According to the settlement, the Utah Attorney General’s Office says the ability of bars to change the price of drinks from one day to the next was never prohibited by the law in the first place.

Citizen Revolt

Rage Against Hunger & Shame

Slut Walk, Food Drive & 400 South Planning

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Aug 30,2012 - This week, clean out the cupboards and help fight hunger among the homeless.

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Mom Seeks Missing Son

25-year-old left train in SLC for unknown reason

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Aug 29,2012 - On July 8, Robin Putnam’s train was ahead of schedule and stopped over in Salt Lake City for a few hours. At 3 a.m., Putnam stepped off the train, leaving behind his laptop, bags, wallet and I.D., and disappeared.

Citizen Revolt

Recreate For A Reason

Pump It Up For a Good Cause

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Aug 23,2012 - Before summer’s gone, take in a nice mountain ride to benefit the nonprofit National Ability Center in...

Cover Story

Protect Yourself With GRAMA

Let public records come to your rescue

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Aug 22,2012 - In 2011, the Utah Legislature tried to smother Utah’s GRAMA—the Government Records & Access Management Act—with a big fat pillow called House Bill 477.

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SLC Plans Bias Ordinance

Hope is to track, train hate-crime offenders

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Aug 22,2012 - While police continue to investigate the flare attack, the culprits have so far evaded capture. It remains a mystery as to whether their act was purely random or motivated by hate against the popular gay club. Had the suspects been arrested, however, their motive would not have made a difference, since Utah law treats such incidents the same, whether juvenile pranks or acts of hate against people for being gay.

Citizen Revolt

Back to School

How to rage against the machine this week

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Aug 16,2012 - This month, help local refugee children settle not just into a new school year but also a new community a world away from their homes by donating school supplies.

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The Price of Child Porn

Making collectors pay for victims' therapy

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Aug 15,2012 - The gavel has always come down hard on child pornographers, giving lengthy jail sentences to those who produce and profit from the exploitation of children.

Citizen Revolt

Golfing & Government

Hit the links this week to help

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Aug 9,2012 - Hit the links this week to help The Hope Alliance further its mission of combating poverty in the developing world. Residents of West Jordan won’t want to miss a property-tax hearing, and later in the week

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Camera to Monitor Main 24/7

Downtown Alliance hopes to shed positive light on the street

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Aug 8,2012 - Tourist boards in big cities have been known to draw attention to their famous footpaths with live camera feeds showcasing big-draw locales like Times Square in New York City or New Orleans’ raucous Bourbon Street. Now, Salt Lake City’s nonprofit Downtown Alliance is experimenting with its own street cam, viewable 24 hours a day on the DA website, to highlight what’s happening on a block of Main Street that, in years past, has generally been home to for-lease signs and loitering panhandlers.
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