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African American History Month Trivia

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Test your knowledge of Black History with The City Library's African American History Month Trivia. Each day during the month of February, you will get the opportunity to answer a new trivia question that has been posted on this page. To answer, simply fill out the form below with your response,...

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Senator Seeks Outright Medicaid Expansion

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For years, state lawmakers have been promising to manufacture their own healthcare solution for...

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Episode #229 - Starmy

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So-called 'Tampon tax' exemption defeated

Utah lawmakers on Wednesday killed a proposed sales-tax break on feminine hygiene products, diapers, and underwear and liners for incontinence.
The House Revenue and Taxation Committee defeated HB202 by an 8-3 margin.
₀œThis is not considered a tampon tax,₀ said Rep. Susan Duckworth, D-Magna,...

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RadioActive: Humanity, Community, Compassion

RadioActive for Sunday, October 25, 2015:   Humanity, community, compassion—Salt Lake City just hosted 10,000 people from 80 countries and 50 faiths, all together in peace for five days. Listen as host Nick Burns talks about the Parliament of the World’s Religions experience...

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