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2007 General Session

The 2007 General Session of the Utah Legislature begins on Monday and ends on February 28th.

We'll be blogging every day except Sunday.

We're always accused of having an agenda, and next Monday we'll post it here.

Why is competition important for improving the service and efficiency of government schools but competition is not important for service and efficiency in government liquor stores?


Government has no business being in the liquor business in the first place, and earmarking the liquor tax for school lunches doesn't make sense either.

However, this issue is dead politically.

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