|Published March 11, 2008|
Letter to the Editor: Responsible gun owners
This is in response to "Where are the responsible gun owners?" By Alfred Brock in the Feb. 12 issue.
Letter to the Editor: Unify the nation
Congress should pass a new law to deal with the prudential no-win wars. To be in line with the U.S. Constitution that Congress should have the power to declare war and as soon as it is declared by Congress, then the president has the power to win the...
Letter to the Editor: Support future leaders
Both times President Bush was elected I strongly supported him. Now, after witnessing the actions of others when our country is at war, I have constructed a few rules which I will follow. ...
Letter to the Editor: Tax reform will cause woes as economy sours
Many Utahns never felt the recent earthquake. It occurred when a legislative fiscal report warned that growth in income-tax revenues will drop nearly 50 percent, down a sizeable $149 million. Legislators now have only the bare minimum of funds for sc...
Letter to the Editor: Tobacco and teenagers
Every day another 1,000 kids become regular, daily smokers, and one-third of them will die prematurely as a result. Joe Camel might be a scheme of the past, but the tobacco industry continues to find ways to target children through product design and...
What do my children need to know about my financial wishes?
Even the closest of families can feel uncomfortable talking about parents' money, the need for future caregiving and parents' last wishes. As a result, the topic is avoided, postponed or left without being discussed, often until there is an emergency...
Report from the Legislature
This will be my final report. The last piece of important legislation passed the House 27 seconds before midnight. It was one of 796 bills - the most ever introduced in one session. ...
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