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Love’s bill offers a sensible approach to birth control. If the ACA is repealed, women need access to over-the counter contraceptives.
Utah lawmakers can either find $700,000 to sustain Lantern House now or pay more to address homelessness in the future. It’s their choice.
About 300 volunteers turned out to help emergency responders fight flooding in Box Elder County. They deserve our thanks.
James Evans wants Republican lawmakers to postpone their appearances in Utah. Jason Chaffetz says that’s a bad idea — and he’s right.
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Today’s topics: #ADayWithoutImmigrants, Utah’s minimum wage, the Benedictine sisters and 30 percent of Utah schools lacking an anti-bullying policy.
The Utah Judicial Council wants to seal dismissed criminal cases. That would deprive Utahns of information they need to hold police, prosecutors and governments accountable for their actions.
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Doctors know best how to treat their patients. They need every tool at their disposal, especially when dealing with someone in rural Utah, far from a clinic, hospital or specialist.
Keeping guns out of the hands of people convicted of domestic violence will save Utah lives. Pass HB 206.