Some representatives in the Utah Legislature are up to their old tricks by imposing inequitable laws.
In today’s Salt Lake Tribune:
Cell phones, tanning booths, video games – they all pose potential threats to children, according to Utah lawmakers.
But ATVs and hunting rifles are apparently OK for even the youngest children to use, if parents say so.
Once again, the 2007 Utah Legislature is zigzagging its way around parental rights, the best interests of children and government policy. With some bills, they have decided parents really do know best.
Isn’t that typical of governments all over? Dictate what’s in the best interests of people and their children without conulting them.
Yup. It’s in our best interests to listen.