This is in reply to The Third Avenue's "Utah's Legislature: double standard edition."
Basically, he points out that when it comes to funding schools, the legislature is pro-accountability. When it comes to funding quasi-private/religious parks, no accountability needed.
I find in hypocritical of the legislature to want UTA to be self-supporting, but not This is the Place park. BTW, UTA services more people in one day than TITP in a year.
And let's not forget the lack of accountability for RSL.