Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Apr 10, 2014
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  • Apr 10-16, 2014
  • Vol. 30, No. 48


  • Pure Pressure
  • Pure Pressure

    Salt Lakers drink from some of the cleanest water in the country—but keeping it that way is hard work
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  • Letters
  • Time for a New Revelation

    With Ordain Women again attempting to attend the priesthood session of LDS Conference, it seems a weak argument when The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints says, “Women in the church, by a very large majority, do not share … advocacy for priesthood ordination for women and consider that position to be extreme”
  • Letters
  • Know Thy God

    With the release of the movie Noah, fundamentalists are forced to ponder whether their god is loving, as depicted in the New Testament, or a god who takes psychotic pleasure in genocides.
  • Letters
  • Karma for Cops

    I believe in karma; what goes around comes around. Doesn’t he realize just how many people he has practically put in the same position that he is in?
  • Opinion
  • 958 Words

    Am I having sex as often as I should be? No one escapes the bedevilment of that question. In the pre-Internet age, only a determined reference librarian might have found an answer

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