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From the Opinion Section: The Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board believes the fight for wearing face masks and the fight to keep the economy open don't have to be at odds with each other.

“It now appears clear that, if we are going to beat back the worst effects of this pandemic,” The Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board writes, “we will have to do so individually.”

"Money spent on schools, nutrition and programs for the homeless and the ill does not just vaporize. It moves through the economy, providing income for workers and those they do business with," writes The Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board.

“The official Utah response to the COVID-19 pandemic has fallen far short of what it should be,” writes The Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board.

@GovHerbert  can use his gubernatorial office to advance his political agenda. But he shouldn’t meddle in our elections. That sacred space is reserved for the voters," writes The Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board.

The Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board writes that "support for the outdoor products industry should be an essential part of rural Utah’s development." That's why it should take another run at the @OutdoorRetailer  convention.

"Still, all the success, and good luck, accompanying Utah’s coronavirus story have been dogged throughout by a series of events that suggests a state caught flat-footed," writes The Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board.

"The state is willing to go to Orange only because there is reason to believe that being at Red worked," writes The Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board.

“The hydroxychloroquine saga is deeply offensive in multiple ways, and it deserves a complete, transparent and independent investigation,” writes The Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board.

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“The fact that Utah has not — yet — been clobbered by the coronavirus pandemic as violently as many other places should not be seen as a license to get careless,” writes The Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board.

The Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board believes Utah needs to take more action to not only to slow the spread of the #coronavirus  but also to help residents who are struggling financially.

"Seeing the state not just balance its books, but brag of a tax cut, while significantly boosting the cost of the most basic commodity of life does not sit well with a lot of people," writes The Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board.

The Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board believes we need to call migrant camps what they really are — concentration camps

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