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Enough is still enough

I will never forget the small, high-pitched voice behind me in the crowd of thousands that tirelessly chanted, “enough is enough.” When chanting had become fatiguing for the adults, that little voice kept going, kept chanting, kept the momentum until the surrounding adults again joined in. The voice didn’t seem to falter or tire; it

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Current state gun laws should be applied fairly, uniformly

Salt Lake City — The Alliance for a Better UTAH has issued the following statement regarding the fair application of current state gun laws: “Though it will be some time before the domestic violence and other charges filed against Utah Shooting Sports Chairman Clark Aposhian are fully adjudicated, and the civil stalking injunction that has

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Large turn out for gun debate at the U

Over 150 people attended a debate about gun regulations at the University of Utah last night just hours after a disappointing defeat for gun safety advocates in the US Senate. The debate was sponsored by the John R. Park Debate Society and the Department of Communication. Better UTAH’s own Maryann Martindale was one of six debate participants. Several

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Salt Lake Tribune Issues Corrections to Clark Aposhian Story

Salt Lake City — The Salt Lake Tribune issued a list of corrections today just hours after publishing its story on Utah’s lone gun lobbyist, Clark Aposhian. Aposhian, who is chairman of the Utah Shooting Sports Council, was incorrectly portrayed in the article as more influential than he actually is. A list of specific corrections

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Better UTAH Beat Episode 34 – January 29, 2013

The following is the transcript from this week’s Better UTAH Beat. It aired on January 29, 2013. ——- Last Saturday over a thousand Utahns gathered at the state capitol in support of the unregulated right to bear arms. The event was held in response to President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden’s calls for stricter

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