Back in 1988, Utah voters were given a chance to determine the fate of a tuition tax credit measure that appeared on the state ballot. To say they did not think much of the idea is an understatement. Voters trounced it, 70 percent to 30 percent.
Residents of the Beehive State may soon have the opportunity to beat back religious school aid again. It looks like a recently passed voucher bill is headed for the ballot. Read more