— Romney’s return: 2011 report is little comfort to voters — Salt Lake Tribune Editorial
As a diversion from widespread attention being paid to his latest rhetorical screw-up, Mitt Romney’s release of his 2011 tax return may have some value. As a basis for revealing how much the GOP presidential candidate pays or doesn’t pay, on average, in federal income taxes, it leaves a lot to the imagination. ...
— Important opportunity for Obama at United Nations meeting — Deseret News Editorial
[Obama urges UN to confront roots of Muslim rage — AP/Salt Lake Tribune]
— Social media’s new normal — Ogden Standard-Examiner Editorial
The debate over KSL Channel 5’s decision not to carry a new TV show, "The New Normal," underscores what is the new normal in social organization, protests, and how companies and individuals react to protests. ...
— Clueless on GRAMA panel — Provo Daily Herald Editorial
One might raise an eyebrow at Gov. Gary Herbert’s appointment of former Pleasant Grove Rep. Holly Richardson to the State Records Committee, the panel that decides disputed requests for public documents. ...
— Colorado should host Olympic games — Colorado Springs Gazette Editorial
— Legalizing marijuana adds revenue, reduces law-enforcement costs — Seattle Times Editorial
— Medical marijuana is bad public policy — By John Clarke | for The Fort Collins Coloradoan
— Putting a lid on L.A.’s pot dispensaries — Los Angeles Times Editorial
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