Tag: diya shah

My view: Helping ‘undocumented Americans’

Better UTAH intern Diya Shah argued for compassionate immigration reform in an OpEd in today’s Deseret News. Utahns are known for their caregiving. I am not surprised that the Utah Compact that humanizes undocumented immigrants and was praised by Obama, is a creation of Utahns. Individuals brought into the United States as children are as American

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Meet our interns, Part 3: Diya Shah

We’re happy to welcome three university students who will be interning with us during the legislative session this year. They’ll be posting regularly about the specific issues they are following and their experiences on the hill. This week, they are taking a moment to introduce themselves. Last up is Diya Shah. Diya is a political

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