Utah’s Republican lawmakers consider pornography a public health crisis. Yet they can’t wait to name a highway after a president who had an affair with a porn star.
Officials are developing a plan to close, renovate and rebuild some Ogden elementary schools, and they want your ideas.
This week, we take note of the bike-riding Forrest Gump of Ogden; the Weber School District’s newest education program; forging petition signatures and Sen. Orrin Hatch.
Senate Bill 205 allows Utahns to hold sheriffs responsible for the safety of their prisoners. It needs to become law this year.
As you pointed out, Senator, words have consequences. Someone who says what you did Thursday does not believe in civility.
The Utah House put a political agenda ahead of the lives of sexual assault victims. In effect, lawmakers decided they’re the experts.
All of us should stand with these students. Because if we don’t, we’ll continue standing over their graves when they die in mass shootings.
Whenever lawmakers shield themselves from the public, even for five minutes a day, it tilts the balance of power toward those with money and access.
This week we address a pragmatic comment about gun ownership, Fremont girls basketball stars, little victories with big effects on the homeless, and when recording bullying isn’t enough.
Everyone agrees we should protect Utah college students from sexual assault, but traumatizing victims isn’t an effective or compassionate approach.