“It’s not fun, but feeling like I am making the most of my time, and that has its rewards,” inmate Brian Wood writes.
“If indeed the purpose of the executive order is to protect us,” writes E. Kent Winward, “then why not start with protecting the Constitution?”
Utahns sent U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz a message Thursday night at his town hall meeting. But some people considered that message downright rude.
I’m often asked “Do I need to file my taxes?” To better understand if a taxpayer is required to file taxes it is important to look at the thresholds of filing.
Rep. Jeremy Peterson wants to kill tax credits for rooftop solar panels. In a place where the air is sometimes so bad children can’t go outside for recess, that makes no sense, writes Valerie Phillips.
The most-voiced merriment about the election results from inmates was about no longer having so much news coverage and primetime TV devoted to politics.
“American citizens need to understand the constitutional limitations on the president,” writes E. Kent Winward.
Some Utahns view Trump’s ban on refugees from Muslim-majority countries as necessary. Others consider it inhumane: “Does that woman and her baby look dangerous to you?”
“Although it is not always unicorns and glitter, the experience will be looked back on with easy remembrance and fondness, just as Kindergarten has been for me.”
“Balancing the state's budget is constitutionally a necessity, but taking our kids for a ride year after year in the process isn't,” writes Ron W. Smith.