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  • Not So Free Speech
  • Not So Free Speech

    Several municipalities along the Wasatch Front charge permit fees for small free-speech events
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  • Paradise for Sale
  • Paradise for Sale

    A mountain wilderness is up for sale in Morgan County—but the price tag is likely too steep for conservation groups
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  • Letters
  • A Strange and Barbaric Practice

    In the well-written City Weekly cover story on circumcision ["Circumcision Decision," Sept. 17], the God of the Jewish, Muslim and Christian religions is credited with beginning this practice: God demands that the 99-year- old Abraham cut off his foreskin in order to prove his loyalty.
  • Great Moments in Gerrymandering
  • News of the Weird
  • Great Moments in Gerrymandering

    In September, Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery concluded that records of an investigation need not be released to the Memphis City Council—because there was no comma. The law requires the records' release "only in compliance with a subpoena or an order of a court."
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