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Hill AFB testing change to centralize violence, abuse services

HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Forty thousand instances of domestic abuse occurred across all branches of military service between 2015 and 2019, according to a Government Accountability Office study drawing the attention of members of Congress last year. In an attempt to combat domestic abuse and similar forms of interpersonal violence, the Air Force has established a pilot program to measure effectiveness of five support systems already in place. The six-month Integrated Response Co-Location Pilot will provide a centralized location for existing support systems to simplify access and ...

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Letter: The people spoke at meetings on property tax hikes

The citizens of Northern Utah attended City Council Truth and Taxation meetings in several cities in early August. They let their concerns be known to the council members about the proposed property tax hikes in those cities. Their attendance at these meetings had an effect. Several cities are ...

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