Better UTAH founder Josh Kanter joins KSL to discuss why Mia Love’s plan to eliminate federal aid to college students is rubbing Utahns the wrong way.
Better UTAH Founder Josh Kanter joins Utah Public Radio to talk about guns, and the recent slew of gun violence in America. Click HERE To Listen
For Immediate Release: August, 28, 2012 While Mia Love Speaks at Convention, Not All Utahns Feel The Love _________________________________________________________________________ As the GOP puts the spotlight on congressional candidate Mayor Mia Love in Tampa tonight, not all Utahns are happy with Love’s plan for college students. A local Utah non-profit, the Alliance for a Better UTAH,
By Peg McEntee The question wouldn’t seem too hard to answer. Under Utah’s Government Records Access and Management Act, Maryann Martindale wants a list of all requests the state has provided for free because they would benefit the public or be in the public’s interest. It’s a natural, given that the state has been awfully
Over the past year, despite the public outcry over the anti-transparency HB477, Utah’s Legislature and attorney general have quietly resumed their continuing assault on the principles of open and transparent government. Yet this assault has received little attention. During the 2012 legislative session, Sen. Margaret Dayton, R-Orem, succeeded in passing SB21, which effectively stripped several
The Legislature’s unconstitutional land-grab bills are once again in controversy, as the conservatives in the Utah Legislature refuse to consult with the Outdoor Recreation Industry that provides $6 Billion to Utah’s economy annually.
Representative Christine Watkins (D, Price) sent out a press release this morning announcing her resignation from ALEC. Saying: “The level of secrecy and removal of the public from the lawmaking process ALEC fosters is something I simply cannot ignore.” Better UTAH responded to Representative Watkins’ announcement, applauding her for making the right choice for the