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In response to Sage the cat’s death, PETA wants to put up a Clearfield billboard about keeping pets indoors. That would only haunt Sage’s family.
If U.S. Rep. Rob Bishop believes it’s morally acceptable to leave 52 million Americans without health insurance, we deserve to hear why.
The Utah Legislature approved a bill requiring every rape kit to be tested at the state crime lab, but they only provided half the money necessary. Lawmakers are laying the groundwork for another backlog.
No child should feel left out at school, especially during recess. Northern Utah’s new all-abilities playgrounds make sure that everyone can play together.
Republican leaders wanted wanted to raise the Utah sales tax on food, which disproportionately affects the poor. They failed this time. But they’ll be back in 2018.
Today’s topics: “The Dr. Seuss Lady,” vehicle inspections, the Box Elder County bookmobile and the attempt to lower Utah’s legal BAC level to .05.
House Bill 134 establishes diesel emissions testing in the state’s five non-attainment counties. It’s a powerful tool to improve Utah air quality. Lawmakers have four days left to approve it.