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The Way It Is | Aubrey Ramirez of Art Floral

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Delta Airlines is now looking at a merger that might mean losing Salt Lake City International Airport as its westernmost hub. Lawmakers are considering offering a tax break to Delta to keep the hub here. City Weekly asked Aubrey Ramirez of Art Floral, whether or not she thought it was fair for the Legislature to offer a tax break to just one company:

Well, I don’t want to lose all my Sky Miles. Delta brings a lot to the economy, and that’s a good thing. But, at the same time, I don’t think it’s fair for one company to get a tax break. If one company gets a tax break, they all should.