Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Apr 12, 2012
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  • Vol. 28, No. 48

News

  • Letters
  • Land Grab

    While wintering in Moab, we regularly read City Weekly and were stunned to learn that Utah legislators are scheming to steal more than 30 million acres ...
  • Letters
  • Seeing Red

    The state of Utah is touted as being the reddest state in America. When I was in high school, in the 1950s ...
  • Letters
  • Easy Win

    So, Michelle Facer Baguley thinks she’s breaking new ground running for office by not raising any money.
  • Immodest Proposals
  • News Quirks
  • Immodest Proposals

    Missouri lawmakers voted to add gun owners to the list of groups protected against workplace discrimination. The bill’s sponsor, Rep. Wanda Brown, said the measure was inspired by a constituent who runs a meat-packing plant in a bad neighborhood and “was told that if he didn’t quit carrying his gun, the USDA would not come and inspect his product,” meaning he couldn’t sell it. After the measure passed, 115 to 36, openly gay Rep. Mike Colona declared, “What this body has done is put protecting gun ownership above discriminating against somebody because of their sexual orientation.” (St. Louis’s KWMU-FM)
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