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  • Oh, So That's the Line
  • Oh, So That's the Line

    Now we can tell what crosses the line when it comes to gun violence. Thanks to an open records request, we know a little more how Utah's power brokers use smoke and mirrors. Plus, archaeologists give an interesting take on the inland port.
      When a family of U.S. polygamists was murdered in Mexico, the calls came immediately to decriminalize multiple marriages.
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  • Citizen Revolt: Nov. 21
  • Citizen Revolt: Nov. 21

    Find out what's going with the state's tax reform talks. Learn how congressional gridlock could be affecting state lawmakers. Plus, join other demonstrators in calling for charges to be dropped against inland port protestors.
      Are you worried about raising the tax on groceries? How about throwing education funding to the wind?
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  • Citizen Revolt: Nov. 14
  • Citizen Revolt: Nov. 14

    Learn about police standards and public accountability. Hear from Westminster College professors on climate change. Plus, join others in saying no to raising the state sales tax on food.
      Spend a whole day delving into police standards and accountability.
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  • Just Another Day ...
  • Just Another Day ...

    Racist incidents at schools shouldn't be swept under the rug. San Juan County continues its attempts at disenfranchisement. Plus, Rep. Phil Lyman is up to his old tricks again.
      It was stunning, if terrifying, that a child at Kaysville's Creekside Elementary School came dressed as Hitler, apparently taunting other kids.
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  • Citizen Revolt: Nov. 7
  • Citizen Revolt: Nov. 7

    Learn about upcoming legislation to prevent gun violence. Choose from one of two upcoming climate change events. Plus, check out this year's Genderevolution conference.
      In every state, suicides account for the highest number of gun-related deaths.
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  • Get Your Spirits Up
  • Get Your Spirits Up

    Utah shows its quirks when it comes to saying goodbye to 3.2% beer. A series on wild horses deserves attention. Plus, Utah Republicans' latest attempt at trickle-down trickery.
      This state of peculiar people bids its even more peculiar adieu to 3.2% beer.
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  • Representation Matters
  • Representation Matters

    The quest for fair representation in San Juan County continues. How will a new idea actually bring area rental prices down? Plus, rural Utahns find a friend in President Trump.
      The Navajo Nation should thank Google—or at least its techs—for coming up with more precise addresses in San Juan County.
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  • Citizen Revolt: Oct. 31
  • Citizen Revolt: Oct. 31

    Hear tips on how to speak to youth about sexual health. Listen to local journalists discuss the ins and outs of facts. Plus, gain useful tips on how to engage in political discussions civilly.
      If you think kids need educating about sexual topics, take a hard look at the adults.
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  • Citizen Revolt: Oct. 24
  • Citizen Revolt: Oct. 24

    Hear from the state's leading economists on the country's debt crisis. Make a statement in the name of climate activism. Plus, learn ways to create a healthy understanding of sexuality.
      You know those annoying people who argue about whether we're actually facing a national debt crisis?
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  • Beware the Sex Ed
  • Beware the Sex Ed

    Yet another example of Utahns who freak when it comes to sex ed. A look at how the LDS church doesn't really want you to identify as LGBTQ. Plus, the city's homeless numbers and fixes aren't adding up.
      Never mind—we all know what Gayle Ruzicka thinks about sex.
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Citizen Revolt: Nov. 21 Citizen Revolt: Nov. 21 Find out what's going with the state's tax reform talks. Learn how congressional gridlock could be affecting state lawmakers. Plus, join other demonstrators in calling for charges to be dropped against inland port protestors. November 20, 2019
Oh, So That's the Line Oh, So That's the Line Now we can tell what crosses the line when it comes to gun violence. Thanks to an open records request, we know a little more how Utah's power brokers use smoke and mirrors. Plus, archaeologists give an interesting take on the inland port. November 20, 2019
Citizen Revolt: Feb. 8 Citizen Revolt: Feb. 8 Meet Angela Davis, #MeToo heads to the Capitol and Salt Lake Indivisible's Winter Meeting. February 07, 2018

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