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Katharine Biele

Katharine Biele

A City Weekly contributor since 1992, Biele is the informed voice behind our Hits & Misses and Citizen Revolt columns. When not writing, you can catch her working to empower voters and defend democracy alongside the League of Women Voters.

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  • Citizen Revolt: Week of June 30
  • Citizen Revolt: Week of June 30

    How Did We Do, Gerry?, Prisons and Profits, Trans Need Community, Juneteenth Vigil
      No doubt about it, Utah has a gerrymandering problem. But we're not alone. The main problem, of course, was the impotence of the Utah Independent Redistricting Commission.
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  • Here Come the Lawsuits
  • Here Come the Lawsuits

    Notorious Water Use, Regrettable Analogy
      Despite the tone-deaf response to the comically inept Supreme Court decision, there's good news on the abortion front.
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  • Will They Ever Learn?
  • Will They Ever Learn?

    Open and Empty, Goodbye, Grass
      What if the Legislature was trying to pull a fast one on you? Like, they already know what they want and what the outcome will be, but they really, really want you to think they've thought this through.
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  • Citizen Revolt: Week of June 23
  • Citizen Revolt: Week of June 23

    Money and the Inland Port, Evictions 'R' Not Us, Juneteenth Mural Unveiling
      There's been plenty of controversy, a lot of noise and many big buildings going up, but what is really happening with the Utah inland port?
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  • Green Machines
  • Green Machines

    Where's the Beef?, Just Let Them Teach
      There's good news and bad news on the path to renewable energy.
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  • Citizen Revolt: Week of June 16
  • Citizen Revolt: Week of June 16

    Trafficking for Soldiers, Juneteenth—What and Why?, Gotta Love Those Murals
      Ever wonder why American kids would decide to join jihadist groups?
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  • Citizen Revolt: Week of June 9
  • Citizen Revolt: Week of June 9

    Gun Violence Marches, Candidate Forum For Youth, Affordable' Housing, Anti-Racism Series
      For some unfathomable reason, Americans are still having to March for Our Lives in the face of ongoing gun carnage.
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  • The Struggle Is Real
  • The Struggle Is Real

    Her Way or the Highway, The Fairer Sex
      It seems to be the politically existential question of the times, but Google has the answer: "Democrats struggle."
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  • Not a Drop to Drink
  • Not a Drop to Drink

    Master of Malevolence, Short Memories
      It took almost 20 years, but Gov. Spencer Cox is celebrating "the opportunity to bring drinking water infrastructure to the Navajo Nation and water certainty for Utah, the fastest growing state in the country.
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  • Citizen Revolt: Week of June 2
  • Citizen Revolt: Week of June 2

    Rally For Change, Who's an American?, Diversity, Much?, Parade Your Pride
      An average of 475 people a year in Utah die from unintentional drug poisoning deaths. Let the word "average" sink in.
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