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Published January 14, 2014

Opinion

The privacy puzzle


It seems everyone is upset with the National Security Agency about the fact they have records of literally every phone call you ever made since they started gathering information a few years ago. This kind of a threat could be catastrophic to citizen...

Letter to the Editor: Time for tax reform


Now is the perfect time for some meaningful tax reform in the state of Utah.

Guest Column: The case for a higher minimum wage


What if we could create a program that would strengthen our tax base, make government spending more fiscally responsible and provide a powerful financial incentive to low-income workers? It sounds too good to be true....

Guest Column: The end of the net as we know it


The Internet is the world's largest shopping mall, library, video store, post office and town square. When you turn on your computer, you're in the driver's seat, choosing what you want to read, watch, and hear....

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