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Standing Up for Utah's Needs: Engaging Millennials

  • Gardner Commons — Hinckley Caucus Room 260 South Central Campus Drive, Suite 2018 Salt Lake City, Utah 84112 (map)

The Utah Citizens Counsel will present key findings on their 2018 policy report about economic inequality, water and air quality, education funding, Medicaid expansion, guns and suicide, toxic stress in young children, homelessness, redistricting, and the National Popular Vote movement.

  • Pat Christensen, Retired trial attorney

  • Dave Carrier, University of Utah Biology Professor

  • Dixie Huefner, Professor of Special Education Law (retired)

  • Di Allison, former President of the Utah League of Women Voters

  • Nancy Haanstad, Chair of the Political Science Department, Weber State (retired)

  • Cheryll May, Adjunct Professor, University of Utah; Curator, BYU Fine Arts Museum (retired)

  • Sheryl Allen, Former Republican State Legislator, National Popular Vote Movement.

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