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 of poor air quality.
Breathing Stories: Utah Voices For Clean Air, published by Torrey House Press, contains more than two dozen essays from residents around the state. Brooke Larsen, the book’s editor, said the group wanted to tell stories from around the state, showing legislators that it’s not only Wasatch Front residents who value clean air.
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