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Contacting our lawmakers is one of your most powerful tools to ensure our voices are heard. Being an effective advocate for your community means raising your concerns and holding your legislators accountable for accurately representing their constituents.
The proposed expansion project in our community brings up a lot of concerns – such as increased noise and air pollution, disruption to businesses, loss of property, and increased costs for taxpayers. We must make sure that we are considering all of our options to address the growing population, such as exploring faster, more reliable public transportation like double-tracking FrontRunner.
The proposed Parleys Canyon Mine in Utah is a ticking time bomb for our air and water quality, wildlife habitat, and recreational activities in the area. The fine particles created by the mine can cause fear and worry for resident’s health and environmental impacts! Not to mentionUtah has limited regulation of fugitive dust polluters and there are no real consequences when they break the rules. We MUST fight this and join forces to protect our air, water, wildlife, and recreation for generations to come.
The Utah Division of Air Quality has shared a preliminary version of their state implementation plan to restrict harmful substances in outdoor air in compliance with the Clean Air Act. However, the current plan to reduce ozone in the airshed is not effective enough and puts the health of residents at risk. Fill out this action alert to urge the Division of Air Quality to strengthen its plan.
As electric vehicle (EV) adoption continues to grow rapidly in Utah, so does the need for charging infrastructure. Installing home charging stations can be expensive and is often out of reach for individuals living in moderate to low-income housing or for renters in general.
TAKE ACTION: Fill out this action alert and take a moment to share your personal stories and concerns regarding air pollution. The more stories and comments that we share with our government officials, the more likely we are to see the strongest standards set for soot pollution. The deadline is March 28th.
Utah lawmakers are trying to pass a new tax that would hurt Utahns who own electric vehicles.
To help stop this proposed 12.5% tax on EV owners in Utah, we need you to reach out to the Senate Revenue and Taxation Committee and urge our lawmakers to VOTE NO or AMEND H.B. 301, titled Transportation Tax Amendments by Rep. Schultz.
Funding for zero-fares has not been identified as a top priority in the Executive Appropriations Committee and without action will not be funded.
We encourage you to reach out to members of the Executive Appropriations Committee and ask them to make a motion to include the “RFA Statewide Zero Fare Transit Pilot Program by Sen. Weiler” as a top priority for funding.
Utah Lawmakers plan to appropriate 2 million taxpayer dollars this legislative session to fund Rocky Mountain Powers’ legal lawsuit challenging the EPA’s ruling to include Utah and Wyoming in the CSAPR, better known as the “Good Neighbor Rule” of the Clean Air Act.