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Letter: Yearbook flap is not unique to Utah

Published May 30, 2014 5:52 pm
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Not surprising at all, but it seems as though that Utahns keep getting confused about what appears to be Wasatch High School's misogynist administration and Utah's crazy, mixed up, religious politics. If it's happening here in Utah, it's probably happening somewhere else, regardless of religious affiliation.

Christopher Stout





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