Marston, Betsy
May 2010
High Country News;5/24/2010, Vol. 42 Issue 9, p28
The article reports the new regulation regarding the carrying of legal firearms in national parks and the manner of death penalty which was chosen by the prisoner who was condemned to death on June 18, 2010 in Salt Lake City, Utah. It cites the heist of the bike owned by Mayor Ralph Becher on the all-day Utah Bike Summit and the theft of an ATM machine. It cites the effort by the Arizona Hotel and Lodging Association against the anti-immigration law.


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