Tag: nonprofits

Why a local group is against a provision in the tax reform bill

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]ABC4 A provision in the House tax reform bill could open the door for nonprofit organizations to get involved in political campaigns. Chase Thomas with Alliance For a Better Utah stops by Inside Utah Politics to explain why his organization is against this provision and why they are defending the Johnson Amendment. “We signed a letter

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So Long, Farewell…

In middle school and high school, I convinced myself I was destined for the stage (#MusicalTheaterNerd). I sang in choirs, took voice lessons, struggled to touch my toes in ballet class, emoted fiercely in my acting classes… Then everything changed when I took AP Environmental Science  at Highland High (go Rams). This led to my

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When Transparency isn’t Transparent

In the Princess Bride, after one character repeatedly uses the same word, another character says, “You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.” Every time a legislator brings up the word transparency I find myself thinking of that quote. HB43 has been touted as a transparency bill

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