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Letter: No, Governor, this is good day for Utah
First Published Jul 16 2014 04:01 pm • Last Updated Jul 17 2014 11:27 am

Gov. Gary Herbert says that it is a sad day for Utah because two former Attorneys General have been arrested. He is afraid that Utah will now wear a big black eye.

It is no surprise to me that I disagree with the governor. Whatever the outcome, the process underway shows that Utah is trying to live up to the appropriate standards and applicable laws.

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It is a very good day for Utah.

Priscilla Kawakami

Salt Lake City




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