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Letter: How about a tax check-off to fight dirty air?

Published February 1, 2014 1:01 am
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So Rep. Merrill Nelson has a solution to pay for the court battle to "fight gay marriage" ("Possible new tax form check-off: Fight gay marriage?" Tribune, Jan. 28).

Rep. Nelson, why don't you focus your bigoted mind on a bill to help all Utahns, like a tax form check off to clean up the air, instead of focusing on discriminating against some Utahns. Sorry, I guess you wouldn't think of something like that.

Kenneth F. Wynn



Layton

 

 

 

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