There must be opposition in all things ... except Utah politics.
'Democrats say the Republican-controlled Legislature unfairly and behind closed
doors drew new congressional districts to the GOPs advantage. They are
considering a lawsuit but want to review the documents before going to court.
Dabakis estimated the request could yield 10,000 pages.' - article
This is what happens when you continue to elect, one party. They do
whatever they want. Without answering to the people. **'Utah House
Majority Leader Kevin Garn resigns' - By Richard Piatt, Mark Hamilton - AP -
Published by KSL - 05/13/10'SALT LAKE CITY -- Utah's House majority
leader resigned from the Legislature Saturday, two days after acknowledging he
paid a woman $150,000 to keep quiet about a nude hot-tubbing incident that took
place a quarter century ago when she was a teenager. (sic)House Speaker
David Clark accepted Garn's resignation Saturday afternoon and offered an
explanation about why the House applauded Garn's confession Thursday night.' As such... Utah deserves Newt Gingrich.
Taxing e-commerce is foolish. The first state to do it is going to be the big
loser as e-businesses relocate and take thousands of jobs from the economy.
We've got O.co, one of the largest online resellers, right down town. I'm sure
Idaho would love for them to move just a few hours to the north.
Who put the Democrat party in-charge of the redistricting? The redistricting was
supposed to be non partisan, unbiased, and open meeting procedure, so why did it
turn in to a secret and partisan procedure?I think the some people
need to answer to the public and open government law validation, and revoke the
compromised mapping.Political parties and not authorized government
agency's therefore they should pay for any services like and citizens has to
pay. And why would a party want all emails and information on pending
legislation? That's a criminal attack on privacy and the due process of public
trust. Insider information is criminal breach request and should not be allowed.