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Published: Wednesday, April 3 2013 6:33 p.m. MDT

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Doug10
Roosevelt, UT

Good job governor, he is becoming impressive lately. The gun issue needs further study and the people outside at the legisalture building promoting the gun laws need to return to school and learn to communicate without intimidating. Utahs gun law was a reactionay piece of legislation instead of one brought forward to meet a need of the state.

Personally I would like to see legislation brought forward requiring all permit holders to have required training and to remain current on training as that would mean fewer gun accidents and fatalities and more responsibility of gun owners.

The governor also chose to derail the water issue in southern Utah and I did not think the locals had a chance there as there was big business involved and when that happens they usually ride roughshod over the locals. Good job again.

JWB
Kaysville, UT

SB271 and President of the Senate Neiderhauser is a little strange. As a Senator he got the law passed in 2011 and said the process was working great for two years but then backtracks and works with a group that has ulterior motives for this new bill getting passed.

It doesn't smell right to me.

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