Letter: Do work now
In finding out that the new prison could be obsolete within five years of it being built, I think it is probably best to make corrective changes now than wait five years and start all over again.
Letter: Abusive laws
Eliminating the needless car safety inspections was a good thing. The law was like requiring everyone to carry an iron umbrella to prevent themselves from getting hit by lightning.
Letter: Drink not drive
Nobody cares if you have a drink at dinner or drink yourself falling-down-drunk. Just don't drive afterwards.
Letter: Open state lines
The idea is that this will create competition among the insurance companies, but I also see it giving us the advantage of having in-network choices throughout the country, not just our home state.
Letter: Sign alcohol bill
I’ve looked into this matter and this bill makes sense. The opposition appears to be, principally, those who fear they will loose money if people drink less.
Letter: Not caring
These new rules take us back to the times when most of the bankruptcies were filed because of medical bills and hundreds or thousands died because they could not afford good medical care or health insurance.
Letter: Love daylight saving
I love daylight saving and would like to be on it all year-round.
Letter: Don't cut Medicaid
Utah’s lower-middle class are in a “coverage gap." They can’t get quality health coverage. The cost of a child with disabilities drives them into poverty.
Letter: Time differences
Longer evenings encourage Utah families to spend more time outdoors, thus improving the health of individuals, families and communities.
Letter: Cemetery not playground
I hope that at least some of the names of these original pioneers can be listed in some memorial on the site and people should know it is a burial site and not a playground.