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Published December 11, 2012 1:01 am
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This morning I retrieved my newspaper from my driveway, as I have for two decades, and opened it up to see what's happening in the world. I was not surprised to see the front page headline "LDS Church is nonpartisan, but top brass has a GOP tilt" (Tribune, Dec. 5).

I respect the fact that Utah, as my LDS neighbor once told me, is owned by the Mormons. However … enough already!

There is so much information about Mormons and the Latter-day Saint religion in The Tribune on almost a daily basis that I move to change the name from The Salt Lake Tribune to The LDS Tribune. Anyone want to second my proposal?

Rory S. McLaren

Cottonwood Heights




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