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Party crashers » Utah Rep. Chris Stewart has scheduled a series of town-hall meetings during the next couple of weeks, but not one of them is in Salt Lake County, which makes up a substantial part of his district.

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So a group of Salt Lake County pro-science radicals decided if he wasn’t going to go to them, they would go to him.

They traveled north a few days ago to attend Stewart’s Davis County town-hall meeting.

Some of the locals didn’t appreciate having Salt Lake liberals in their midst and told them so. But they did get a chance to argue with Stewart a bit about his skepticism of human-made climate change.

To give Stewart credit, they said he was polite.

And nobody called the cops.

prolly@sltrib.com




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