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  • Power Struggle

    In the solar-panel debate, Rocky Mountain Power turns a blind eye to the environmental benefits of sunshine
      Mark Larsen fits the bill of a stereotypical solar-panel user. He's a semi-retired college Spanish professor, active member of Utah Citizens Advocating for Renewable Energy (UCARE) and lives in a suburb of brown adobe homes outside of St. George.
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  • Cracking Down

    A new homeless policing strategy focuses on minor offenses
      Incumbent officeholders in an election season have to face a veritable firing squad of critical bullet points from their opponents.
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  • No Parking

    For Salt Lake City visitors, parking hassles are a major complaint—but it may be the new normal
      The Downtown Alliance, a nonprofit contracted by Salt Lake City to collect a property assessment to promote the core of the city, recently released the results of its marketing survey.
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  • Mayoral Wild Cards

    SLC mayoral candidates Chapman and Robinson shake up the race
      Oftentimes elections generate "also rans"—the lesser well-known candidates who, let's face it, can sometimes seem like single-issue loons: ("Rent's too high!" "Liberate the lizard people!" etc.)
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  • Keeping the Faith

    Mormon feminist blog gives younger LDS women a forum to speak out
      Hannah Wheelwright still recalls the fateful visit she received from a pair of home teachers who came to her with a dire warning in the spring of 2012.
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