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Published: Friday, Jan. 17 2014 5:09 p.m. MST

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Dr. Thom
Long Beach, CA

Likely to improve, wow that sounds like, self-affirming advice from an economists.

My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

Likely can only be associated with the government expansion which is a probability since there are many taxes on the table this year to offset this economy that has been improving for about 30 years now. We the workers and citizens have been given so many tax breaks and tax reductions that they over compensated with their generosity, and it has cheated the governemnt of funds for more expansion of Communism takeover.

As in the last 3 decades of massive income losses becasue jobs conversions to wage-less jobs have decimated the tax base of all the cities, state, and countries to the point they cannot sustain a communist rule and it time to take from the poor and give to the rich in power again.

Economist are paid to lie, and this is another lie about Utah's economy. Oil production will not benefit the workers or people, that to is a lie. Utah economy is based on government spending, not wages or income or prosperity. Wages, income and prosperity is debt based intangible poverty. You cannot acquire enough debt to rise out of poverty as banks and Utah would make you believe.

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