There will be a “Rally for Clean Air” on the Steps on the South Side of the Utah State Capitol, Wednesday, March 10, 2010 from 3-4pm. The rally will be an effort to get legislators to reconsider their positions on HJR 12 Climate Change Resolution and HJR 21 Joint Resolution on Energy Policy. Organizer Drew … Continue reading Utah Citizens Organize “Clean Air” Rally
There are a number of immigration bills that have been signed into law in the past and new bills this year addressing immigration issues in Utah. Mark Alvarez, Utah Attorney, had a piece published in the Salt Lake Tribune in which he says, In 2000, George W. Bush said, “Immigration is not a problem to … Continue reading Immigration Reform – Repairing a Broken System
This is the message that disabled citizens wanted to get across to legislators as they rallied yesterdayat the Utah Capitol in protest of the cuts being made to health care in Utah as part of HB67 Health System Amendments and the budget cuts being made this year. The bill is before the Senate after passing … Continue reading “Unless you have been in our wheelchairs, you don’t know what it’s like….”
The Disabled Rights Action Committee (DRAC) and the Anti-Hunger Action Committee (AHAC) have together organized a rally at the Utah Capitol for Tuesday to confront legislators on the HB67 Substitute Health System Amendments in advocacy for the rights to adequate and equitable health care for all, particularly addressing the current crisis of those who are … Continue reading Health Care Crisis: Groups Organize to Ask Important Questions
The heat is on with the Climate Change Joint Resolution (HJR12). A message from a newly formed Facebook group of citizens against this resolution, which had organized a rally of 300 people for Friday at 2pm, came out with this news and call to action:It looks like those on the hill in support of HJR12 … Continue reading HJR12 Heats Up
Some Utah Legislators hope so. HJ24 Equal Treatment by Government is moving faster than one can say “equal rights”. The Resolution is aimed at eliminating Affirmative Action and would require an amendment to Utah’s Constitution, which would be up to the voters to ratify in the November election. Ward Connerly, a former member of the … Continue reading Affirmative Action: A Thing Of The Past?
The candles may have been blown out, but The League of Women Voters is still kickin’ up fire as it turned 90 this week . The Utah Legislature took time to recognize the group in yesterday’s session - a video can be viewed at the LWV’s Facebook page: House Representative Carol Spackman Moss took … Continue reading Happy 90th Birthday League of Women Voters