NEWS: How coal, energy could tip the scales for presidential candidates in battleground states

Amy Joi O’Donoghue August 1, 2016 The Deseret News SALT LAKE CITY — A national trade organization said Utah is among 13 key battleground states where the bid for the White House should factor in the “political importance” of coal-fired electrical generation and its continuing role in the nation. “It…

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Full 2016 Legislative Grade Matrix

  Methodology: Legislators were judged on whether they voted in favor of bills that HEAL and other environmental groups supported and whether they voted against bills that we opposed. A “1” is a positive vote, a “0” is a negative. Committee and floor votes were each counted and weighted equally.…

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News: Stakeholders Start On Utah’s Clean Power Plan

Judy Fahys KUER 90.1 February 1, 2016 State environmental regulators want input from Utahns about reducing the pollution blamed for climate change. Utah’s joined 24 other states to fight the Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan in court. At the same time, state regulators have been drafting a state plan to comply with…

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Regional Haze Public Hearing

Public Hearing: A public hearing for this proposal is scheduled to be held on Tuesday, January 26, 2016 at the Salt Lake City Public Library, Main Library, from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m., and again from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. (local time). Address: The public hearing will be held at…

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News: Attacks on Blue Sky Program are inaccurate

By Paul Murphy Standard Examiner Sept. 25 2015 The Blue Sky program has come under attack through a misinformed and inaccurate report written by HEAL Utah and covered by the Standard-Examiner on September 10. HEAL Utah has a right to its own opinion but it does not have the right…

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