“At this point, Hatch’s legacy – such as it ever was – has been severely diminished. And it doesn’t help that he issues non-apologetic ‘apologies’ after his mean and disdainful remarks,” writes Don Porter.
Everyone wants to be seen, heard and respected, writes Adrienne Andrews. That’s why Utahns need to need to speak honestly to one another about race.
“Although the 2018 Legislature adjourns at midnight Thursday, there’s still time to get this bill through and provide law enforcement and the public a procedure through due process to remove guns from persons experiencing mental crises,” writes Rep. Stephen Handy.
“We all want the same thing: No more innocent lives taken by people misusing guns. And it's from this united platform that our legislators could develop realistic, logical, and sane solutions,” writes E. Kent Winward.
Utah drivers might get the go ahead to run red lights when no other traffic is present if the Utah State Legislature gets its way.
An employee at the DLD helped D. Louise Brown’s mother get her driver’s license back. He lifted her out of hopelessness, Brown writes.
“School slaughters, concert-venue massacres and shopping mall bloodbaths are collateral damage – the price of doing business in these United States of America,” writes Don Porter.
A recent incident involving a black Layton High School student who says he was spit on and called a racial slur at a recent school dance before being suspended himself quickly caught the attention of Standard-Examiner readers.