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Save Utah from the federal government

Published November 1, 2013 1:01 am
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With all the complaints about the federal government, the feds should just pull out.

They could start with Hill Air Force Base and move it to Nevada or California. Dugway could go there, too. The National Guard could be slimmed down and stop wasting moneys.

All the money spent on the NSA spy unit at the Point of the Mountain might be a waste, too, if it is deemed illegal.

The Central Utah Water Project wastes a lot of money on offices and parks. The government could cut expenses on the roads and transportation scams, too

Robert K. Griffiths

Spanish Fork




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