My Farewell to HEAL Utah!

  I’m warning you. This will be a somewhat longer email than normal. There will be some reminiscing – and because it’s me, a joke or two. Or eleven.[1] (Note: I have sprinkled footnotes throughout this farewell email, because I’m a goofball. The numbers in brackets look like links, but …

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Sen. Hatch & Clean Air: Blucch

Nearly all the news from Washington is alarming, but in the environmental domain new developments are particularly dreary. President Trump’s proposed 30 percent cuts to the budget of the Environmental Protection Agency’s budget is dangerous, and will have a particularly negative impact on the state of Utah. The administration has …

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Episode #83: Anne Mariah Tapp, Law & Policy Advisor for the Grand Canyon Trust

Anne Mariah chats with Matt about the economic and environmental impacts of uranium milling and nuclear waste storage near Blanding, Utah. Anne Mariah describes the White Mesa Mill, the last conventional uranium mill in North America. Its nuclear waste pits, nearby residents and advocates say, pose some serious concerns regarding …

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Weigh In on White Mesa’s Worrisome Uranium Mill

Do you remember HEAL’s origins?  Many years ago, a group of concerned citizens united to protect their families against excessive incinerator pollution and toxic nuclear waste entering our communities and compromising our public health.  HEAL’s work has broadened to include clean air and clean energy, but our nuclear campaign lives …

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