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Drew Clark
Drew Clark is of counsel at Kirton McConkie. Prior to joining the law firm, he was opinion editor of Deseret News. He has led efforts to promote progress in telecommunications, media and technology, and has written widely for Ars Technica, GigaOm, National Journal, Slate, and the Washington Post. He earned his bachelorís degree with honors from Swarthmore College, his masterís degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and his law degree from George Mason University School of Law.

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To many, Nauvoo is a singularly beloved and bittersweet locale. To Illinoisans who have lived for years in this region dubbed "Forgottonia" because of neglect for infrastructure improvements, Nauvoo is but one ...
Remember education reform, circa 2000? It was called "No Child Left Behind." More than 40 states now have waivers from that law. How about education reform, circa 2010? That's been called the "Common Core State...
The passage of a bill barring discrimination in employment and housing with a measure about same-sex marriage sends the message that people of widely different views on these issues can work together collaborat...
Whether in families, communities or businesses, good relationships do not arise from coercion. That's why we should pause to consider the cost before further regulating the employer-employee relationship.
The Fourth Amendment to the Constitution articulates the right of Americans’ sources of private informational documents to be secure "against unreasonable searches and seizures." We need this principle to...
When they rebelled, the American Founders posited a different constitutional firmament than that of Magna Carta. They located the origin of their natural rights not as a heritage from the king or from noblemen,...
Many if not most of the impacts are positive. But one glaring ill has been amplified many-fold by technology: The widespread prevalence of pornography.
The numbers of jobs, startups, and venture capital support the buzz around Utah tech. Whether home-grown or Silicon Valley refugees, the sector has reached a critical mass of sustainability. This is all great n...
The problem isn't the inversion: It's that pollutants get trapped close to the ground, where all of us live. The effect of the bowl-like topography of the Wasatch Front is like driving around in a very big and ...
President Obama's technophile ways are generally seen as an afterthought. I believe Obama's perceptive use of technological tools is among our president's greatest strengths. Obama is willing to use Silicon Val...