POSTED // Jan 29,2014 - The Affordable Care Act stands to bring something to Utah’s LGBT residents that they’ve been denied for years by lawmakers—protection against discrimination. While lawmakers have shot down statewide housing and workplace discrimination protections for LGBT citizens since 2008, the Affordable Care Act at least forbids insurers from using sexual orientation or gender identity as a reason for denying coverage.
POSTED // Jan 29,2014 - Like any good secret laboratory, Zeni Kinetic is located in a nondescript building in downtown Salt Lake City that conceals the futuristic technology hidden within. Inside, company principal Nicco Macintyre sounds like a parent boasting about an honor student as he describes the technology his company uses to design supplies for 3-D printers.
POSTED // Jan 23,2014 - This week, you can sign up for a 10- minute meeting with Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker to pitch him on the minimal investment of at least hearing your view of any matter of city business that you feel needs
POSTED // Jan 16,2014 - This week, U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, will be speaking at the U about the investigation into the deadly embassy attack in Libya. Over the weekend, you can go on pollution patrol and film pollution
POSTED // Jan 15,2014 - The Utah Fund of Funds was established in 2006, and was eventually authorized to invest up to $300 million in venture capital-firms with any losses to be paid off with taxpayer dollars.
POSTED // Jan 9,2014 - Salt Lake County Animal Services is looking for donations of food for kitties in need, starting right meow (sorry, that was terrible). If you’re more worried about the political animals who run our government,
POSTED // Jan 2,2014 - The new year is here, and it’s time to resolve to clean things up a bit. You can start by cleaning up your apathy by joining Peaceful Uprising’s volunteer night to learn about the machines