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Press Release: Sean Reyes Signs Anti-LGBTQ Amicus Brief

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 24, 2018 SEAN REYES SIGNS ANTI-LGBTQ AMICUS BRIEF Salt Lake City, UT – Yesterday, Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes joined other Republican attorneys general in signing an amicus brief seeking to reverse federal LGBTQ employment discrimination protections. The amicus brief, which can be found here, was submitted to the

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Press Release: Sean Reyes Continues to Stand With Party Over People

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 30, 2018 SEAN REYES CONTINUES TO STAND WITH PARTY OVER PEOPLE Salt Lake City, UT – A national poll released today shows that over 93% of American voters support current protections for pre-existing conditions. The poll, conducted by Civis Analytics and commissioned by Planned Parenthood and the National Women’s

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Protesters rally in Salt Lake against U.S. immigration policy

This article by Alec Williams originally appeared in the Deseret News. SALT LAKE CITY — About 50 people rallied outside the U.S. Attorney’s Office downtown Friday afternoon, protesting a new “zero tolerance” immigration policy that separates families trying to cross the southwest border. “Today, nearly 200 rallies across the nation are coming together,” María del

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Better Utah Criticizes AG Reyes for Support of Partisan Gerrymandering

[vc_row][vc_column width=”3/4″][vc_column_text]PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Thursday, August 24, 2017 CONTACT: Chase Thomas | Alliance for a Better Utah chase@betterutah.org – – – – – – GROUP CRITICIZES AG REYES FOR SUPPORT OF PARTISAN GERRYMANDERING – – – – – – Salt Lake City, UT – The Alliance for a Better Utah criticized Utah Attorney

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Group criticizes AG Reyes for support of partisan gerrymandering

Source: Utah Policy The Alliance for a Better Utah criticized Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes for signing onto an amicus brief supporting the practice of partisan gerrymandering. Reyes’ signature on an amicus brief in the case of Gill v. Whitford, a case challenging partisan boundaries drawn by the Wisconsin legislature, had gone previously unreported in

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PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tuesday, April 25, 2017 CONTACT:     Chase Thomas | chase@betterutah.org   Salt Lake City, UT – Twenty-one Attorneys General from across the nation joined together this week to oppose recent actions from the Trump Administration repealing consumer protections for student loan borrowers. Conspicuously absent from the letter sent to Education

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