Introducing your new State Delegates and Alternates

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State Delegates research candidates for Federal Office, attend the State Nominating Convention and other special elections, and are our primary contact mechanism to our elected officials at the Federal level. This includes Senators, Congressman, and President. This term we increased our State Delegates to three and we elected three alternates. State Delegates: Ben Grimm Val…

Which candidates support the Read the Bills Act?

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Quote of the Day: “The issue of vagueness is at the heart of the NDAA scandal… While the NDAA poses a threat to your 4th, 5th and 6th Amendment rights, the newest attack of vague language is aimed at your 1st Amendment rights of Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Assembly and Freedom to Petition.” – Gene…

Tony Fadell of The Nest, talks about creating a smart thermostat

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I recently acquired a Nest Learning Thermostat… Why? Other than the fact that it looks very cool and has a lot of the features I was looking for (all of them and more, actually) it also has the potential to have the greatest impact on my energy usage — for the better. Here’s what Tony…

DCRW Meet the Candidates, Thursday 3/29/12 at Layton High School

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The first responsibility of both State and County Delegates is to meet the candidates, get to know who they are, what they stand for, and who is the best candidate to represent our Precinct if they should win their respective races. This is the first opportunity for our Delegates to meet the candidates and ask…

What to consider before getting chickens

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In Utah it’s generally accepted “that which isn’t prohibited is lawful”. Unfortunately roosters are generally prohibited in Residential zones. Layton’s ordinance allows for hens (and only hens), though “dependent young” are usually seen as exempt from the regulation — until they start to crow. So, ix-nay on the oosters-ray, per ordinance. Your laws may vary.…