For years, Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. opposed passing any form of Jessica's Law (mandatory sentencing for sex offenses involving children). In your Dec. 18 article, where you write of his recent support, you make no mention of this. Doesn't this make the governor a "flip-flopper"? Your decision to "run cover" for him is a part of the reason people don't trust the media. The same is true of the lack of coverage about his support for vouchers and the sudden disappearance of that support during the initiative vote.

Huntsman is obviously more concerned about "looking good" than "doing good." And you have become his public relations firm.

Chance Williams

Woodland Hills