Correction:City Weekly has published three stories that incorrectly described the relationship between iWorks president Jeremy Johnson and Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff [“Hard News,” Sept. 30, 2010; “The Company You Keep,” March 11, 2010; and “The $50,000 Question,” June 19, 2008]. The stories should have reported that the Division of Consumer Protection, not the Attorney General’s Office, conducted a civil investigation into complaints against iWorks. While the Attorney General’s Office provided legal counsel to the Division of Consumer Protection in matters relating to that investigation, the AG’s Office was not a participant in any investigation. The division, acting independently and without involvement from the Attorney General’s Office, dismissed administrative citations against iWorks in December 2007.
In the well-written City Weekly cover story on circumcision ["Circumcision Decision," Sept. 17], the God of the Jewish, Muslim and Christian religions is credited with beginning this practice: God demands that the 99-year- old Abraham cut off his foreskin in order to prove his loyalty.
I enjoyed Colby Frazier's cover story about state Rep. Mike Noel, R-Kanab ["The Herd Bull of the House," May 14, City Weekly]. I attended the Great Public Lands Gamble Rally at the Capitol in January 2015, at which Noel audaciously stepped up to the microphone to attempt a refutation (the gospel according to St. Mike) of the "lies" being perpetrated by the proponents of public lands.