Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jun 21, 2012
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  • Questions for Candidates

    City Weekly has been a godsend, since it has urged me to see what is real instead of inside the picket fence or brick wall of whatever is believed.
  • Letters
  • No Shades of Gray

    Dr. Gregory Clark has played a rather crummy trick on a group of people he clearly despises. The Mormons Building Bridges crowd is obviously not very progressive on the subject of gay rights, but the idea ...
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  • Letters
  • Mind the Double Yellow Line

    I ride a motorcycle during the summer. I have noticed that on two-lane roads, if there is an oncoming bicycle rider, the oncoming traffic has no problem crossing the double yellow line ...
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  • Optimism Needed

    It’s sad to see City Weekly becoming more mainstream, commercial and sanitized when it comes to television reporting.
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  • Letters
  • Is FDA Approval Meaningful?

    The article titled “Bioidentical Hoax” made a few good points. However, the article stated that the Food & Drug Administration can’t verify the safety of compounded bioidentical hormones ...
  • Homeland Insecurity
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  • Homeland Insecurity

    Congressional investigators accused the Transportation Security Administration of “wasting hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars” by warehousing body scanners rather than deploying them to commercial airports.
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