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  • Let Them In

    The power of protests. Who's really leading the mayor's race? Plus, more spotty gun violence coverage.
      When the public is being shut out, protests say let them in.

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  • Citizen Revolt: June 20

    Learn how Salt Lake planners try to reuse old buildings. Help feed the city's hungry. Plus, you definitely want to tune into the upcoming mayoral debate.
      The character and affordability of neighborhoods is waning. See how this can change.
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  • Citizen Revolt: June 13

    Learn about more oil in Utah. Hear about the state's housing plans. Plus, find out how a carbon tax can help our environment.

      Now there's a plan to build a $1.5 billion rail line that would transport heavy crude from Utah to connections to the U.S. Gulf Coast.

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  • Dark Times, High Hopes

    More locals lament the state of the First Amendment. Meanwhile, recent news is reason to celebrate. Plus, don't rejoice just yet for our environment.

      Sadly, we can't Make Journalism Great Again. We have to recreate it.

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  • Well, It's a Start

    Two new renewable energy initiatives are unveiled. What about those living the Medicaid nightmare in Utah? Plus, what happens when we get more highways for more cars.
      You have to give credit where credit is due—even if it involves I-don't-wannabe-energy-secretary Rick Perry.

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  • Citizen Revolt: June 6

    Help clean up your Wasatch Front. Learn how to talk effectively about climate change. Plus, hear from SLC's mayoral candidates on the west side's development.

      You might live in a city, but you are surrounded by a fragile beauty in the mountains and hills that could be lost unless you help protect it.

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  • Citizen Revolt: May 30

    Join the rally downtown as Energy Secretary Rick Perry visits. Learn how to address violence around native populations. Plus, hear mayoral candidates share their thoughts on transportation.
      Remember Rick Perry, the "oops" guy who couldn't remember the three government agencies he wanted to get rid of? He's coming to Utah.
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  • Sayonara, Cummins

    Changes come to the state school board. A local municipal judge is suspended for what? Plus, Utah's precarious spending habits.
      Well, goodbye and good riddance to state school board member Lisa Cummins.
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  • Caked in Religion

    How do we view religious freedom? Utah rolls out the red carpet at the public's expense. Plus, three cheers for Utah voters.
      In the U.S., we don't care how crazy your religion is.
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  • Citizen Revolt: May 23

    Check out a traveling 9/11 exhibit. Attend a Stonewall Riot documentary screening. Plus, learn some ins and outs of the country's budget.

      9/11 was the horrific event that changed the course of the U.S. and arguably turned the tide toward a national paranoia and creeping xenophobia.

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Let Them In Let Them In The power of protests. Who's really leading the mayor's race? Plus, more spotty gun violence coverage. June 19, 2019
Gullible Utahns Gullible Utahns Utahns get a dose of fake news; get to know the state's "dirty lobbyist" and the LDS church's fight against medical marijuana. May 23, 2018
2018 Beer Issue 2018 Beer Issue We have the lagers! August 08, 2018

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