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April 24th, 2014
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Study shows boys subject to negative stereotypes in school

03/06/2013 7:57am
Are boys being treated differently at school than girls? In the early formative years, different treatment can lead to long term consequences.

Man cleared in Riverton teen's death

03/06/2013 6:49pm
A man arrested for the death of a teenage girl found in the Jordan River last year was cleared as a person of interest Wednesday.

Bill limits publication of mug shots

03/06/2013 6:52pm
A new bill on Utah's Capitol Hill would make it illegal to publish mug shots in magazines or on websites that demand money to take them down.

Bill to stop kids from buying e-cigs includes huge tax hike

03/06/2013 10:10pm
A bill is making its way through the house aimed at preventing underage kids from buying electronic cigarettes. Electronic cigarettes, or e-cigs, are devices that help many stop smoking. But if HB372 were to pass as-is, it would include a tax hike on the cartridges, even on some that don't contain nicotine.
 
   
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