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January 15, 2013 | By Joseph Serna
If this country wants to get its fiscal house in order, the thinking goes, it needs all the money it can get. And in the small town of Vernal, Utah -- population 9,248 -- George Burnett is doing his part. The owner of “I Love Drilling Juice & Smoothie Bar” is charging self-identified liberal customers $1 more than their conservative counterparts for a 16-ounce smoothie, The Times reported Tuesday. So let me get this straight. Burnett, whose business is in Uintah County -- where 10,001 voters, or 90%, went for Mitt Romney and most of the remaining votes went to liberals -- is taxing the 10% a buck apiece?
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January 15, 2013 | By Joseph Serna
If this country wants to get its fiscal house in order, the thinking goes, it needs all the money it can get. And in the small town of Vernal, Utah -- population 9,248 -- George Burnett is doing his part. The owner of “I Love Drilling Juice & Smoothie Bar” is charging self-identified liberal customers $1 more than their conservative counterparts for a 16-ounce smoothie, The Times reported Tuesday. So let me get this straight. Burnett, whose business is in Uintah County -- where 10,001 voters, or 90%, went for Mitt Romney and most of the remaining votes went to liberals -- is taxing the 10% a buck apiece?
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September 19, 1996 | ROBERT REDFORD, Actor-director Robert Redford is a longtime environmental activist. He lives in Utah
President Clinton has designated 1.7 million acres of Utah's red-rock wilderness a national monument under the Antiquities Act of 1906. Standing at the rim of the Grand Canyon, Clinton invoked a 90-year-old law to create the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument without congressional approval. Utah Republicans, who wanted to open the land to exploitation by mostly foreign interests, acted like this was their fiefdom, saying only they know what is best for it.
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