Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jun 5, 2014
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  • Jun 5-11, 2014
  • Vol. 31, No. 4

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  • Dialogue and Dogma
  • Dialogue and Dogma

    North Star conference on LGBT issues reveals divides in views of LDS Church members and leaders
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  • Letters
  • Democracy Now

    Traditionally, independent voters are typecast by the media as “swing voters,” but this year, we’ll be working on primary election day (June 24) to be visible at a time when we are most invisible.
  • Letters
  • Tribune Fans Shouldn’t Put Faith in the Wealthy

    The backers of a Utah campaign to save The Salt Lake Tribune from being completely taken over and then killed—by the Deseret News (meaning the Mormon church) and the Trib’s completely corrupt and complicit, parasite billionaire hedge fund owner are now publicly wishing that the “good Mormon” billionaire Jon Huntsman Sr. will buy the Trib and thereby save it.

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