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Published: Friday, July 19 2013 6:35 p.m. MDT

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Salt Lake City, UT

"and slightly above the national average of 19.1 years of life." Whoopee! How much is .9 years of life worth at the end? Not a whole heck of a lot. Pardon me if I am underwhelmed.

Brother Benjamin Franklin
Orem, UT

This is such great news to hear! Utah is so well-known and up at the top for so many things in the country.

It's a great place to do business, we have a great economy, we are tops in volunteerism and service, it's a great place to raise a family, we have the beauty of the mountains and hills, of southern Utah, the education here is abundant and excellent for the limited funds received, we have among the best-maintained roads in the country.

This is such great news! Let's keep up the great work, Utah!

Allen, TX

How good is the quality of life if you can't get good barbecue?

I'll take the 1.3 year hit and stay in Texas. :-)

Then again, the 1.3 year hit might be due to tornadoes.....

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