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Behind the Headlines: Gay marriage poll, Swallow tapes, victim's rights

Published January 17, 2014 8:59 am

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Attitudes toward gay rights in Utah are changing, according to a Salt Lake Tribune poll. Video of John Swallow's deposition is released. The murder trial of Esar Met takes a dramatic turn, the case revolving around the victim of child porn goes to the U.S. Supreme Court and Sundance comes to town.

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