In our opinion: State's appetite for revenue should not be sated with food tax
When the state moved a decade ago to sharply lower the sales tax on unprepared food, the principal argument for doing so revolved around the disproportionate burden a grocery tax places on low-income families.
In our opinion: Finding common ground on sex education reflects well
The coalition of lawmakers and community leaders responsible for SB196, which amends the state's sexual education law, deserve praise.
In our opinion: Local decisions need local involvement
As Utah continues to grow and reshape its communities to accommodate more citizens while also providing opportunities for well-integrated outdoor recreation, it will require the full involvement and input of an informed local electorate.