A bill that would allow teachers to openly talk about contraceptives in sexual education classes could be vital for the future of Weber County’s economy.
Now, with promised access to the USA’s standards, Utahns can begin holding sheriffs accountable for the safety of their inmates — and, as result, fewer people will die in Utah jails.
Thanks to a federal grant, Weber Human Services can now provide Narcan kits to people who otherwise couldn’t afford them.
Imagine what would’ve been possible if the House and Senate united behind Gov. Gary Herbert’s attempt to reduce teen suicides.
This week’s topics: The Blue Line Ladies, the Rube Goldberg Challenge, participants in the Northern Utah Women’s March, the government shutdown and Weber State University President Charles Wight.
Utah lawmakers don’t have much time. No matter what else happens between now and March 22, they need to begin the process of replacing the sheriffs’ secret and ineffective jail standards.