|Published October 30, 2007|
Letter to the Editor: School Vouchers
On Nov. 6, voters in Utah will vote for or against the implementation of HB 148, Education Vouchers, passed by the Legislature in February 2007. HB 148 establishes a voucher program to funnel taxpayer dollars to private schools. The amount of a vouch...
Letter to the Editor: Yum...Oreos
I don't normally get involved in state politics, but when I saw a commercial with Oreo cookies in it, I just had to jump in. (After all, they're America's favorite cookie.) On that commercial which supported referendum 1, some man was telling me that...
Letter to the Editor: Avoiding the confusion
As Nov. 6 gets closer, the political ads for and against the private school voucher referendum create more and more confusion for voters. Our concern is that these misleading claims will prevent voters from seeing the referendum for what it really is...
Letter to the Editor: Answer to Mr. Sharp
I was a little offended by William Sharp's school voucher letter. At the same time, I am hesitant to write a response fearing it will give credence to a letter that deserves none. ...
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