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.
My view: Re-empowerment of the states and Utah's HCR 6
The Founding Fathers clearly believed that the government closest to the people would be the most responsive to the desires of the people.
Jay Evensen: If Trump undoes Bears Ears, how would that alter the future?
If Trump undoes a monument and survives a legal challenge, it would put one more weapon in the political arsenals of future conservative candidates.