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The Free Fare for Clean Air program is made possible by a coordinated partnership between the UTA, the DEQ, the Utah State Legislature, Utah Clean Air Partnership, and the Healthy Environment Alliance of Utah. Funding for the program was made possible by House Bill 353 which was sponsored by Representative Joel Briscoe in 2019.

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Los días de tarifa gratis se realizan en asociación con la Legislatura de Utah, el Departamento de Calidad Ambiental de Utah, los Socios de Aire Limpio de Utah y la Alianza Ambiental Saludable de Utah (HEAL Utah).

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The UTA free fare days are offered through a partnership with the Utah Legislature, the Utah Department of Environmental Quality, the Utah Clean Air Partnership, and the Healthy Environment Alliance of Utah.

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“The Healthy Environment Alliance of Utah is excited to continue partnering with the Free Fare for Clean Air days,” said Lexi Tuddenham, Executive Director of HEAL Utah. “This program has helped gather crucial data that our state policymakers can use to create comprehensive policy solutions for mitigating air pollution and promoting Smart Growth in the Wasatch front.”

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“The Healthy Environment Alliance of Utah is excited to continue partnering with the Free Fare for Clean Air days,” said Lexi Tuddenham, Executive Director of HEAL Utah. “This program has helped gather crucial data that our state policymakers can use to create comprehensive policy solutions for mitigating air pollution and promoting Smart Growth in the Wasatch front.”

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“While, yes, this is something that we might be experiencing more frequently and at higher intensities,” he said, “it’s important to still look at that mitigation part of how we can ensure to kind of safeguard our health and our environment as much as possible.”

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“Las amenazas medioambientales del Gran Lago Salado afectarán diferentes comunidades a diferentes niveles”, dijo Meisei Gonzalez, directora de comunicaciones para HEAL Utah. Es por ello que el grupo quiere más monitoreos del aire para comprender cómo es que el polvo del fondo de Lago afecta a las personas.

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” [Latino Conservation Week] is a time for us to learn about how to get involved with local politics and how to get involved with contacting our legislators to ensure that Latinos can still be able to access the outdoors,” Gonzalez said.

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RadioACTive passed the microphone to celebrate Latino Conservation Week. Panelists included: Meisei Gonzales, Communications Director, HEAL Utah. Contact info: 801-355-5055 or info@healutah.org. Daniel Romero, Outreach, Alliance Community Services. Contact info: 801-265-1111 or contact@alliance-community.org.