Letter: With Utah’s 80 mph speed, loose gun laws, children don’t need to be ‘protected’ from seeing liquor poured
First Published Feb 21 2014 01:01 am • Last Updated Feb 21 2014 01:01 am
We have 80 mph speed limits, very loose gun laws, terrible air quality and overcrowded classrooms, but the Legislature insists on the "Zion Curtain" to "protect" our children from the horror of possibly seeing someone pour liquor into a glass in a restaurant ("‘Zion Curtain’ law soon may allow written warning instead," Tribune, Feb. 20). Go figure.
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