Tag: letter to the editor

Letter: Zinke’s itinerary was telling

Source: The Salt Lake Tribune During his recent trip to Utah, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke intended to spend time meeting and listening to locals in the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante regions. However, it seems he spent the vast majority of his time palling around with the likes of Utah Rep. Mike Noel. In a

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Letter: Mero is right about Republican failings

Source: The Salt Lake Tribune They say even a broken clock is right twice a day. As the founder of the Alliance for a Better Utah, I have agreed with Paul Mero, former head of the self-proclaimed conservative Sutherland Institute, on few things. But Mero and Sutherland were important and stalwart supporters of sensible immigration

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The week in letters: Walmart, Weber and Ordain Women

A letter-writing campaign in the Standard Examiner that targets two Weber County Commissioners leads this week’s letters to the editor from newspapers across the still-snowy state of Utah. Also up: Walmart’s greed, wise words from our youth, and the Ordain Women movement. Break up ‘good ol’ boy problem in Weber commission It’s always interesting when

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The Week in Letters: Pickleball puns and Cesar Chavez

Pickleball puns, Obama’s Cesar Chavez-style communism and firearm safety in this week’s Letters to the Editor from newspapers across the great state of Utah. SLC is going too far with pickleball Salt Lake City’s move to sweep tennis off the public courts and replace it with pickleball is a bad dill. Without any public conversation, the city

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The Week in Letters: Hobby Lobby and cockfighting

Hobby Lobby, the kindness of strangers and cockfighting were all up for discussion in this week’s Letters to the Editor from newspapers across Utah. Hobby Lobby can’t force its beliefs on others Following Goodrich’s faulty logic, a business owned by a fundamentalist Christian group that promotes only faith healing should be able to offer health

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The week in letters

From secret communist plots to calling out some of our elected leaders, here are the highlights (for better or worse) in this week’s Letters to the Editor. Weiler should apologize to rally participants Where was Sen. Todd Weiler, who represents one of the districts where some of the major polluters are located? We know that,

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