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Our View: Utah, get Medicaid expansion!

Health Overhaul Utah Exchange

Utah is losing out on the benefits of Medicaid expansion. Our state leaders are denying tens of thousands of our residents the opportunity to have affordable health care.  It’s time for

Letters

Please keep your private business to yourself

Editor, Why do some discuss their private bedroom lives to people who would like to keep that a private matter? It’s invading  people’s comfort


Letters

Why government openness matters

Editor, One of the fundamental lessons of the 9/11 tragedy was that our government carried a share of blame for the failure to stop the attacks. Not because it was


Letters

Don't wait too long to start West Davis Corridor

Editor, Regarding the Aug. 12 news story, “West Davis Corridor decision delayed 6 months,” hello, "Utah to smarts,“ you already have a corridor


Guest Commentary

I got 'doored' while biking home

I got “doored” while biking home from the Weber County Fair, Saturday night, about 11:30 p.m., at the intersection of Second Street and Pingree Avenue.


Our View

Our View: Corridor decision delayed

Due to large interest in and comments regarding the proposed $587 million West Davis Corridor project, a “record of decision” on the project is now


Letters

Homeowner tired of Ogden's not enforcing codes

Editor, For the past 18 months I have tried in vain to have the property next to me comply with the guidelines of Ogden City Code Enforcement. Emails and phone


Letters

Some areas along I-15 look like a dump

Editor, My husband and I just go home from Salt Lake City and driving along the Wasatch Front we noticed we do live in a beautiful state, if we keep our eyes on


Letters

'Four horsemen of Kaysville' don't support majority

Editor, Thursday, Aug. 14, Kaysville city council voted to approve the entire budget of 99.6 percent raise in property taxes. The only decending vote was


National Commentary

In the ruins of the Gaza Strip, the devastation has spared no

DEIR AL-BALAH, Gaza - The second floor of the al-Awda factory is covered in a sticky red liquid, as if a massacre had occurred here. The truth, happily, is much


National Commentary

An early handicapping of Republican presidential field

In the realm of Republican presidential politics, this has been a good year for Sens. Rand Paul of Kentucky and Ted Cruz of Texas. It hasn’t been as kind to


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