The Hub Sheet – March 2, 2015

The final stretch.

Did you know in Salt Lake County it’s illegal to walk on the street with a violin in a paper bag?  Now you do.

The Supreme Court, today, hears arguments over the power of citizens to take redistricting away from legislatures.

Utah State Auditor John Dougall is a reading machine.

The iPhone vs. Disruption Theorists.

Trib editors have harsh words for Speaker Hughes.

Big Nuke lobbying for carbon taxes so it can compete with Big Oil?

This man is credited with 15,000 Wikipedia edits, and all of them fixing incorrect use of ‘comprised of’ in articles.

Is China’s Internet firewall holding back the economy?

VIDEO: Senate recognizes family of Utah’s fallen heroes.

UPH Book Review: Feardom by Connor Boyack.

Utah Data Points: Utahns like Herbert and non-discrimination but not US Senators and clocks.

Japan’s collectivist culture ended abruptly in the 1980’s, and no one is sure why.

And finally, as we begin the final two weeks of the 2015 legislative session, we here at UPH would like to see more lawmakers celebrating… like this.

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