Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Mar 7, 2019
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  • Mar 7-13, 2019
  • Vol. 35, No. 41
  • Spread Thin

Soon, the biologically rich Pando Forest could be a thing of the past.

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  • Legislative Hangover
  • Legislative Hangover

    Stronger beer could soon be available on taps and in grocery stores across the state, but not everyone is happy.
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  • Missing the Mark
  • Hits & Misses
  • Missing the Mark

    A TV news "investigation" doesn't necessarily uncover new information. How the Legislature is making a bad idea worse. Plus, beware of the slippery slope to more government secrecy.
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  • Citizen Revolt: March 7
  • Citizen Revolt
  • Citizen Revolt: March 7

    Rally for women on International Women's Day. Don't miss out on citizen lobbying before the Legislature ends. Plus, learn how to make a difference on social, economic, racial and climate-change issues.
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  • HB166: Headed for Herbert's Desk
  • Opinion
  • HB166: Headed for Herbert's Desk

    DNA has solved crimes, allowed successful matching of transplant donors and recipients, brought prenatal testing for in utero abnormalities, provided Webster with the word "clone," and opened the Pandora's Box of related moral questions.
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