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  • Libertarian Utah

    Utahns make it known how they feel about taxes, the good and bad from San Juan County, and another setback for the Cottonwood Mall site.

      It's official. Utah is a Libertarian state. On the tax front, they voted against taxing themselves just a little to fund education and, of course, roads.

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  • Citizen Revolt: Nov. 15

    Learn about our country's present dangers and future of democracy, march for animal rights, and help the homeless stay warm this winter.

      Worried about the fascist direction of our country? You should be, and it takes a nation to turn things around.

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  • Too Little, Too Much

    The state revisits its sex-ed guidelines, the benefits of having two daily newspapers and a former mayor takes up a new fight.
      Get ready. You can almost count down the days each year to when Utah officially starts talking about sex.
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  • Citizen Revolt: Nov. 8

    Don't miss the chance to celebrate our gender-diverse community, learn about recent watershed issues and hear from the experts on our shrinking wild lands.
      The 10th Annual Genderevolution Conference proudly celebrates "A Decade of Love"
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  • High Times

    A Utah senator tried marijuana, but what was the message? A win for Utahns' health and an unfortunate consequence of Medicare.

      Sen. Jim Dabakis, the "fun" senator, the gay Democrat who gets even the rightest-wing Republicans to like him, decided to give marijuana a try.

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  • Citizen Revolt: Nov. 1

    Learn the facts and startling stories behind human trafficking. Register to vote! And join a discussion about terrorism, its roots and the role of Islam.
      When you live in a monolithic and largely naïve state like Utah, it's hard to understand the reach of human trafficking.
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  • Citizen Revolt: Oct. 25

    Evan McMullin is back to talk about Washington's dysfunction, learn how to help end the school-to-prison pipeline and help call the public about Proposition 3.
      McMullin will be joined by former Republican Rep. David Jolly and former Democratic Rep. Patrick Murphy to talk Washington gridlock
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  • Radioactive Dollar Signs

    More health challenges with Utah's toxic waste, water law's complicated nature and Utah's Medicaid battle.
      Utah might always be in the running for toxic waste capital of the U.S.
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  • Citizen Revolt: Oct. 18

    Meet some of the women running for office, learn about everything else on the ballot come November and discuss available programming to help Salt Lake's homeless population.

      The first of a three-part series from the Power Network features Women Who Run, introducing you to some of the trailblazing female candidates on the November ballot.

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  • The Three Kings

    Where are the critics of Utah's proposed billion-dollar railroad? Utah's place in the climate change debate and a Utah journalism project shines a light on the dark side of housing.
      You've probably heard that journalism is dying, or something along those lines. For sure, you've heard about #fakenews and the Failing New York Times.
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Citizen Revolt: Nov. 15 Citizen Revolt: Nov. 15 Learn about our country's present dangers and future of democracy, march for animal rights, and help the homeless stay warm this winter. November 14, 2018
Libertarian Utah Libertarian Utah Utahns make it known how they feel about taxes, the good and bad from San Juan County, and another setback for the Cottonwood Mall site. November 14, 2018
Citizen Revolt: July 12 Citizen Revolt: July 12 Learn how to be a welcoming member of the city's refugees; attend the March For Our Lives town hall and get the inside scoop on November's four ballot initiatives. July 11, 2018

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