Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jul 28, 2011
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  • Jul 28 - Aug 3, 2011
  • Vol. 28, No. 11

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  • Letters
  • Melting Pot Meltdown

    What will it take to have balanced equality among the more than 313 million citizens while keeping our infrastructure safe from domestic and foreign terrorists alike?
  • Letters
  • Beer Banality

    It is a high irony that City Weekly chose to publish John Rasmuson’s opinion piece about all the “bad news”
  • Letters
  • Decriminalize Polygamy

    Instead of requesting that the state recognize their marriage, the Brown family is seeking to have it decriminalized.
  • Letters
  • FBI Fib

    What we get from them instead are baseless justifications for the costly and useless War on Terror/Drugs and other brain-cell-cleansing lather.
  • Letters
  • Count the Uncounted

    Reality is watching lucky people sometimes struggling to keep up with the Joneses.
  • Cancer-Causing Sex Toys
  • News Quirks
  • Cancer-Causing Sex Toys

    Noting that 20 percent of Germans use the erotic aids, 10 Green Party legislators in the Bundestag released a paper called “Sexual Health as a Consumer Protection Issue.”
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