Interesting story from the East Valley, Ariz., Tribune about how religious principles sometimes conflict with cultural norms and traditions. For example, it cites the confusion and frustration that can happen when LDS meetinghouses are used as polling places and election judges are not allowed to bring coffee, tea or caffeinated beverages into the meetinghouse. This story is not written as a criticism or an attack — just an observation. To read the story online please click here.