I get junk mail all the time from companies and organizations who invite me to join them, but at least they respect my legal right to choose to sign up or not. They don't make me a member if I fail to respond. They need my signed consent. Now "Utahns for Choice" has announced their plan to list people as their supporters unless they specifically tell them not to. Are they so desperate for an illusion of community support that they have to twist the meaning of "implied consent"? If few supporters are actually signing up, it's because people have chosen not to, and "Utahns for Choice" needs to respect and accept that choice or change their name. They should be required to show valid signatures. Claiming names of supporters by any other means is fraudulent.
Yvonne R. JacobsTaylorsville