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Deseret News: Give the Dollar Some Competition
Dr. Michael Thomas, an economist and adjunct professor at Utah State University, referring to the Utah Sound Money Act, makes a compelling case for competition in currencies:
When businesses compete for your patronage, you win. The fact that there is both a Burger King and a McDonald's on the corner in my town means that lines are shorter, I get a diversity of options and I have somewhere else to go when McDonald's raises the price of their hamburger. Similarly, when currencies are competitive, you reap the benefit of a more stable currency. ...

The offer of competition in currency can benefit the Utah consumer. It might also make businesses more confident in investing locally. The proposal is bold and worthy of an honest debate.
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