Posted // May 21,2013 This news is certainly unexpected, and perhaps even shocking to some, considering that Utah has a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage. However, as reported by the Los Angeles Times, a study conducted by the Williams Institute at the UCLA School of Law backs up the claim.
Posted // May 21,2013 Six designs have been selected as finalists in an innovative design competition to reimagine “the spaces between” two downtown Salt Lake City blocks. Now through May 31 the public can vote on a vision of downtown they like whether that means interactive games downtown or the creation of a giant upside down replica of two city blocks placed on stilts and suspended over downtown
Posted // May 17,2013 Activist Amy Meyer recently made news in Utah for being charged with violating Utah’s now infamous “ag-gag” law that prohibits the filming of farm and agricultural operations, even if doing so documents illegal animal abuse. The charges against Meyer were dropped but local activists have not dropped the issue and are rallying Saturday to protest the law.
Posted // May 16,2013 As Utah moves more government services online, it also risks pushing more low-income Utahns away from access to services, like Medicaid and food stamps.
Posted // May 16,2013 While I have no designs on ever running for political office, I do often spend time thinking about what I would do if I held the levers of power.
Posted // May 10,2013 There is intriguing news that some big-money Republicans have launched an effort to legalize gay marriage at the state level, starting in Minnesota. It’s a smart move when you think about it.
Posted // May 2,2013 If you were watching KSL's evening news on May 1, you would have seen it open with a deeply disturbing video of a cargo plane crashing in Afghanistan.