LTE: Students leading in climate change

Jack Greene Deseret News February 28th, 2018 Utah students and many others are working hard to create a safe political space for aspiring U.S. senator Mitt Romney to continue making statements like, “I’m one of those Republicans who thinks we are getting warmer and that we contribute to that.” Mitt…

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NEWS: Legislative Watch: Your Voice Counts

Jessica Reimer Catalyst Magazine January 31st, 2018 No squeak, no oil. Call today. It’s February, and the 2018 Legislative Session is in full swing. Here are a few bills we at HEAL Utah are working to support. These are bills we believe we can make a difference on. If you…

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NEWS: Clean Air Now, Ask Them How

Ray Howze City Weekly February 1, 2018 Clean air advocates added a personal touch to air pollution on Thursday.  Nearly 50 Utahns—many lobbying for their first time—gathered at the State Capitol to talk to legislators about this session’s clean-air bills and present them a book of stories on the effects…

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Legislative Watch: Let the Sausage-Making Begin

Jessica Reimer Catalyst Magazine January 1st, 2018 Headway predicted for clean air and renewables; climate change to be addressed for the first time. HEAL Utah is a local nonprofit focused on issues at the interface of public and environmental health. HEAL uses smart policy research and the power of grassroots…

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