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As with many organizations, the KSL Editorial Board has taken the time, with the beginning of a new year, to identify four areas of editorial focus for the coming year.
Foremost, we’re concerned about the future of Utah education. Growth is at the core of what’s happening. The limited resources available for fixing the problem compound it. As the year progresses we’ll strive to identify problem areas along with suggesting and supporting solutions that seem reasonable and workable.
Our second major concern is what’s happening with health care in America. During 2003, we’ll raise concerns about the intensifying crisis, along with encouraging changes that can bring stability to a health care system that is spiraling out of control.
Third, KSL believes unfortunate cultural, political and religious divisions threaten the vitality and quality of life in Utah. During the coming year, KSL will actively use its editorial voice to encourage greater unity on issues that are needlessly divisive.
The fourth area of focus will be on water use in Utah. While KSL can’t do a thing to alter drought causing weather patterns, we will support efforts to more wisely manage, use and pay for this most precious natural resource.
That’s our focus. As 2003 progresses, you can expect KSL to comment regularly in each of these areas.