Should birth control pills be available without a prescription? U.S. Rep. Mia Love, R-Utah, thinks...
“Most of the time we live safely within the borders of our laws. Usually our lives don’t venture into dangerous territory, where the law and Constitution do not — and cannot — protect us,” writes E. Kent Winward.
Should birth control pills be available without a prescription? U.S. Rep. Mia Love, R-Utah, thinks so.
“The best strategy for the United States would be to ignore the trade deficit as a statistic without much meaning for policy and focus instead on creating jobs and helping American firms to export,” writes Jeff Steagall.
“In an age of competition, quality and innovation are key to long-term viability. The same holds true in higher education,” write Eric Amsel and Gail Niklason of Weber State University.
“The CARERS Act would expand research and decriminalize the use of medical cannabis for those who use it in compliance with state law.” writes Christine Stenquist. “This bill would lead to the development of new medications and bring much-needed peace of mind to patients.”
A classic song about the legislative process gets a remake for 2017. This time, it’s about Dodd-Frank, oil companies and President Trump.
When Beto’s Mexican Food closed in Ogden for a Day Without Immigrants, some people vowed they’d never eat there again. Others promised to be back as soon as the restaurant reopened.
Although Utah has seen its own impressive demonstrations supporting progressive policy issues as well as opposition to the new president, I’m not convinced it will translate to more Democrats being elected to the Legislature in 2018.
“Whether an in-person visit, letter, phone call, text or email, each respectful communication moves the needle in a good way and all of us in a better direction,” writes Kerry Gibson.