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Supreme Court deals blow to freedom to vote

PRESS RELEASEFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 1, 2021 Salt Lake City, UT – Today, the United States Supreme Court dealt another blow to the freedom to vote in Brnovich v DNC by upholding Arizona’s discriminatory voting laws and weakening Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act to make future challenges against anti-voter laws even more difficult.

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Escape the inversion

The inversion is coming and we’d like to help you avoid it–at least for a week. Thanks to a generous donor, we’re giving away a 7-day resort getaway to Sedona, AZ so you can escape the winter inversion. Get some sun and breathe clean air at the beautiful Sedona Summit Resort from Sunday, February 1, 2015 to

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Meet Oliver Whaley, our newest Better UTAH intern

Oliver Whaley is a graduate student in Southern Utah University’s Master of Public Administration program. We’re happy to have him on board. —– Hello, my name is Oliver Baahozho Whaley. I am Navajo and grew up in the small town of Kayenta, AZ on the Navajo Indian reservation. I am currently finishing up a master’s

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