Anti-war anger More than 300 anti-war protesters march through downtown Salt Lake City Saturday. The rally was organized by the Utah Coalition Against War in the Persian Gulf. The chanting, sign-carrying group demanded that President Bush stop bombing in Iraq and bring U.S. troops home. Many at the protest said Bush should take Iraq's offer to withdraw from Kuwait more seriously. "If (Bush's) agenda is truly what he says it is, then he would have taken several of Iraq's offers more seriously," one protester said. The group began the march at the Vietnam Memorial near the Capitol and finished at the Wallace Bennett Federal Building on State Street and 100 South. A separate rally in Logan Saturday drew a crowd of about 150 people.