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Published: Saturday, March 15 2014 12:00 p.m. MDT

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American Fork, UT

"Had no idea it was coming out...". Yeah, nice one. We know who owns the legislators in this state.


The overlords spoke. There was no way the legislature (especially Mormon Republicans) were going to defy the old white guys club.

Heber, Utah

So stupid that there has to be a Zion curtain in the first place. Someone asked on another article, "why do you have to see your drink prepared", the real question should be, "why can't I"? I don't necessarily need to see it, and usually can't anyway whether I'm in Vegas or Park City. But, why is there a need here other than to satiate the LDS church? It's like the rule to only sell full strength beer in a liquor store, and warm at that! Is full strength beer sold cold more likely to open itself and pour down your throat than the 3.2 that 7-11 sells? The church hides behind keeping citizens safe, but it's really just about control. That's fine if they wan't to control the state, but maybe they can come out from behind the tax exempt status first. NO? didn't think so. Then please stay out of politics.

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