Lobby con HEAL

¿Quiénes son los grupos de presión comunitarios?

Community lobbyists help influence and encourage state legislators to implement community-centered solutions to Utah’s biggest environmental threats. As a community lobbyist with HEAL Utah, you will share your perspective on legislative policy regarding our four main goals: To protect communities from air pollution, to build an inclusive energy future, to build climate resiliency and health equity, and to protect communities from toxic and radioactive waste.


These goals reflect our commitment to addressing the pressing environmental challenges facing our communities and working towards a cleaner, healthier, and more sustainable future for Utah.

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¿Cómo funciona?

Los cabilderos comunitarios (¡ese es usted!) son llamados cuando vemos una oportunidad para que el público brinde comentarios y exprese sus preocupaciones o apoyo sobre la legislación propuesta. Nuestro equipo prepara hojas informativas y puntos de discusión y está aquí para ayudarle a comunicarse con sus legisladores.

¿Por qué es importante?

Los legisladores sólo tienen 45 días para votar sobre muchos temas y por la mayoría no tienen toda la información necesaria para tomar una decisión informada sobre la legislación. Al brindar su perspectiva sobre un tema, usted podría ser la única voz que convenza a un legislador para que vote a favor o en contra de una legislación crítica.

Inscríbase en cursos de formación sobre grupos de presión.

HEAL Utah hosts lobbying training throughout the entire legislative session. You can sign up by filling out the form down below. 


A: Everyone is welcome! Whether you’re a concerned citizen, a student, or a community leader, this program is designed for individuals passionate about making a positive impact on environmental and public health issues in Utah.

A: The training sessions are held weekly on Martes from 10:00 AM -12:00 PM at the Utah State Capitol Room 160. You can view a map of the Utah State Capitol here.

A:The Utah Capitol is ADA-compliant, and our team members are more than happy to help you with any accommodations.Email us at info@healutah for more info. 

A:As of Noviembre 2022, masks, social distancing, and vaccines are NOT required at the Utah State Capitol. 

A:You can tune in to get an update and brief of what bills we will be working on. We will ensure you know how to use the website, find out who your lawmakers are, and receive the fact sheets and talking points to send at your leisure.

A: Not at all! Whether you’re a seasoned advocate or completely new to lobbying, our program caters to all experience levels. Our expert trainers will provide guidance and resources to help you feel confident in your advocacy efforts.

A: We encourage participants to join our advocacy network, attend community events, and engage with local decision-makers. By staying connected, you’ll have opportunities to participate in campaigns, community projects, and other initiatives aimed at creating positive change.

A: Public parking is available around the Utah State Capitol. While we encourage its use, we also recommend considering public transit or carpooling for environmental sustainability. Contact our team before Enero 10th for a complimentary community bus pass to facilitate your attendance. Let’s work together for a greener and healthier Utah!

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