OP-ED: It’s just false to say environmental rules kill jobs

By Ashley Soltysiak Published by the Salt Lake Tribune, Jun 24 2017 Amid fierce debate, the federal Environmental Protection Agency strengthened national ozone pollution standards in 2015. The move was billed by industry as one of the most expensive environmental regulations ever proposed, while public health and environmental advocacy groups …

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NEWS: Wasatch Front hits first mandatory pollution action of year

By Amy Joi O’Donoghue Published: June 7, 2017  As temperatures sizzled toward triple digits Wednesday, the Utah Division of Air Quality issued its first mandatory action alert of the year, urging people to refrain from driving if possible and for sensitive populations to reduce outdoor exertion. The mandatory action was in …

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Share YOUR Ideas for Limiting Pollution!

Share Your Clean Air Ideas! State air officials have set up a Facebook page for sharing pollution reduction ideas. Check it out! Not sure Utah gets any more beautiful than Wednesday’s sunny spring glory. On such splendid days, it’s hard to remember the wintertime pollution episodes which jeopardize our health. I’m …

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Episode #77: Joan Card, Former Senior Policy Advisor, EPA Region 8

NOTE: Because Joan joined Matt via SKYPE, the audio quality at the beginning is less than idea. Because it’s such a good interview and the sound balances out after some time, we’re still posting it. We hope you enjoy! This week, Joan speaks with Matt about her time as the …

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HEAL’s 2017 Legislative Grades! As & Fs: Oh, My!

Good morning on a lovely spring day in the Salt Lake Valley. It’s that time of year when we let you know how your State Legislators voted on clean air and clean energy bills this past session. Sorry it’s taken a few weeks to get these out: It’s a surprising amount …

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