This week on Utah NOW, we're looking back at 2008. We'll be joined, among others, by political cartoonist Pat Bagley to talk about the highlights and the characters who made '08 one of the most interesting years - in years.
Also joining us - X-96's Bill Allred, The Salt Lake Tribune's Rebecca Walsh, Richard Piatt from KSL and Kirk Jowers, Director of the Hinckley Institute of Politics.
(Cartoons courtesy of Pat Bagley, The Salt Lake Tribune)
I understand there are certain tax and other benefits that religious organizations enjoy.
To what extent does the political action of the LDS Church regarding Proposition 8 jeopardize their standing as a religious organization?
Posted by BEA MAYES, Friday January 2nd, 2009 @ 10:19 pm
Could it be that Obama has been closed with the media thusfar because he doesn't want to overstep his ground? I think we need to wait until after the inauguration to make that judgment. It might be seen as somewhat inappropriate to take over immediately following his victory and completely overshadow what the current president might have to say about the issues (not that it's ever much, but it's not Obama's turn quite yet).
Posted by Suzy Millward, Monday January 5th, 2009 @ 9:09 pm
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