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Free Hand #2: Poetry


The weather recently in Salt Lake City has been rainy. April is usually a stormy month but is highlighted with a few sparse days with sunshine. 279 more words

Alina Happy Hansen

Governor Herbert signs controversial bill making Utah's DUI level the lowest in the nation

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Governor Gary Herbert has signed a bill lowering Utah’s DUI level from .08 to .05, making it the lowest in the nation. 796 more words


Rally urges Utah governor to veto bill lowering DUI level to .05

SALT LAKE CITY — Dozens rallied at the Utah State Capitol, urging Governor Gary Herbert to veto a bill that would lower the DUI level to .05. 729 more words


Pressure increases on Governor Herbert to veto .05 DUI bill

SALT LAKE CITY — Pressure is increasing on Governor Gary Herbert to veto the bill that lowers the DUI level to .05.

In a pair of newspaper ads today, the American Beverage Institute mocked the state for the legislature’s passage of the bill, including one ad that “thanked” Utah from neighboring Colorado. 234 more words


Judge asked to strike down law that got Utah movie theater in trouble for showing 'Deadpool'

SALT LAKE CITY — A federal judge is being asked to strike down a portion of Utah’s liquor law that forbids full nudity and sex acts from being shown in places were alcohol is served. 489 more words


Utah liquor control commission chairman backs tearing down 'Zion Curtains'

SALT LAKE CITY — The chairman of Utah’s liquor control commission told FOX 13 he supports tearing down the so-called “Zion Curtains” under a bill being proposed in the state legislature. 476 more words


Utah Attorney General's Office, Brewvies battle over who's an expert on 'Deadpool'

SALT LAKE CITY — Lawyers for the movie theater Brewvies and the Utah Attorney General’s Office are battling over who can give an expert opinion on alcohol, sex, and the movie “Deadpool.” 526 more words