Foul air threatens health without regard to politics

KanterBetter UTAH founder Josh Kanter penned a thoughtful editorial that was published in the Salt Lake Tribune over the weekend. Kanter argues that the solution to the clean air problem in Utah’s northern valleys requires strong leadership that is willing to look past partisanship.

We need a leader of Brigham Young proportion if we’re going to prevent this desert rose from wilting. But where is that leadership going to come from? Neither silence nor naive calls for volunteerism alone constitute leadership.

Kanter continues:

Solving this issue should align us all: right, left and center; moms concerned about their children’s health and Utah’s business leaders seeking new opportunities.

The full editorial can be found here.

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