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5 tribes opposing site of UTA stop

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Utah tribes are opposing the construction of a Frontrunner stop on a 3,000-year-old Native American archaeological site. Gov. Jon Huntsman signed legislation last March to swap land near the Bangerter Highway in Draper for the building of a FrontRunner stop and a "transit-oriented development," but Utah's five American Indian tribes said Wednesday they plan to deliver a resolution to the governor's office within the week to oppose building on the site, which is chock full of Native American artifacts.

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