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STATE SEEKS TO STRIP INDIVIDUALS OF FREEDOM UNDER THE GUISE OF CLEANER AIR- THE DIRTY TRUTH ABOUT DIVISION OF AIR QUALITY

Northern Utah--Thanks to big government, the days of “chestnuts roasting on an open fire” will soon be a thing of the past or levied a large fine.  The Division of Air Quality in Utah is seeking to strip away the freedom of choice in Utah.  Utah is about to institute a mandatory no burn action when they feel the pollution is building up to unhealthy levels during winter inversions. The regulations would cover nearly every county in Northern Utah including Box Elder County and Weber County.

Air Quality VS Quality of Life

Recent campaign propaganda by UCAIR is attacking the use of wood burning fireplaces and stoves. They claim that 1 fireplace will produce as much pollution as 90 sport utility vehicles.  I think that all of us are interested in clean air, blue sky and the ability to breathe easily, but somehow the data and comparisons that are presented seem emotionally charged and perhaps flawed. I know that if given the choice I would much rather stand right next to a campfire (burning wood) than next to the tail pipes of 90 SUV’s - especially on a cold day.

B.A.C.A BRINGS CHRISTMAS CHEER TO ABUSED CHILDREN

Box Elder County--For an abuse child, it can be difficult to find things to be happy about. Their world can be a scary, sad place and it is hard to restore the child’s sense of safety and well-being. Thanks to Bikers Against Child Abuse (B.A.C.A) some abused children can return to their lives feeling safer and happier.

Utah GOP Sues over Count My Vote Compromise

The Utah Republican Party (UTGOP) is suing the State over the passing of SB 54, also known as the Count My Vote Compromise, citing the law violates portions of the Utah State Constitution.

S.B. 54 aimed to find a compromise between the current caucus/convention and a direct primary election. However, the UTGOP points out that the Constitution allows for individual parties to decide how to choose their own candidates.

The Constitutionality of the Executive Order

Utah has officially joined 16 other states in a lawsuit arguing the unconstitutionality of President Barak Obama's Executive Order on illegal immigration issued on November 20, 2014.

Fourth Amendment Optional for Town Council?

 

Up For Re-election: The Weber County Ramp Tax

This year, residents of Weber County will have the opportunity to vote on whether to continue the one-cent recreation tax that is used to fund recreation, arts, museums and parks, also known as “RAMP.”

RAMP receives one-cent for every $10 spent on recreation in Weber County. This is "anything fun," RAMP Staff Secretary, Shelly Halacy said, including going to the movies, bowling, etc.

U.S. House District 1 Race

Congressman Rob Bishop

Congressman Rob Bishop is running for re-election as the Congressional Representative of Utah's First District. Mr. Bishop has served as Northern Utah's representative in Washington, D.C. for 12 years and currently serves on the House Armed Services Committee, the House Natural Resources Committee and as the Chairman of the Public Lands and Environmental Regulations Subcommittee.

Perry Vs.Yorgason

Utah House District 29 Incumbent Lee Perry and Democrat contender Alan Yorgason vie for your vote on November 4th for the District 29 House Seat. Sentinel News had the opportunity to get statements from both candidates on what they would like voters to know.

Dwayne Vance, Congressional District 1, Utah

Dwayne Vance, Congressional District 1, Utah

 

8-year old Sammie teaches us a valuable lesson about the Constitution. Dwayne Vance and Tim Aalders are candidates for Congress. youtu.be/ubKcixQbqDo

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