Project Vote Smart will bring the nation's first Voters' Self-Defense System to the People's Market Sunday from 10-3. Why do voters need such a defense? Entering the Public Square to talk about it is Adelaide Kimball, senior board member of Project Vote Smart, which wants to train voters to defend themselves against what it calls self-serving, manipulative claims made by campaigns.
New micro-grants from Slow Food Utah will help local food producers. In turn, there will be more choice at grocery stores, farmers markets and restaurants closer to home, which means you can save money and reduce your waistline – if you go local with your food budget. The Public Square talks with Slow Food Utah's Christi Poulson and Morgan Valley Lamb's Linda Gillmor.
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