Posts made in May, 2016

Utah Senate Seeking Public Comment on Judicial Nominees

Utah Senate Seeking Public Comment on Judicial Nominees

UTAH SENATE SEEKS PUBLIC COMMENT ON COURT NOMINEES The Utah Senate Judicial Confirmation Committee  is seeking public comment on the following judicial nominees: Learn more
DOJ Overreach? Legislature to Research Gender Identity Issues

DOJ Overreach? Legislature to Research Gender Identity Issues

  DOJ Overreach? Legislature to Research Gender Identity Issues Yesterday, the Legislative Management Committee asked the Education Interim Committee to study the DOJ directive that local schools change their processes to accommodate gender identity issues. Learn more
“Dooda” to the Bears Ears National Monument Proposal

“Dooda” to the Bears Ears National Monument Proposal

Dooda to the Bears Ears National Monument By David Hinkins Utah State Senator, District 27 Dooda is the Diné (Navajo) word for no. Learn more
FORBES Offers Praise for Utah’s UPSTART Program

FORBES Offers Praise for Utah’s UPSTART Program

FORBES Offers Praise for Utah’s UPSTART Program   Senator Stuart Adams shared this email with his colleagues, with an eye toward the vote next Wednesday. We thought you might appreciate it too. From: Stuart Adams Sent: Tuesday, May 10, 2016 1:17 PM Subject: Forbes Learn more
On the Passing of Senator Bennett

On the Passing of Senator Bennett

Last night, Utah State Senate President Wayne Niederhauser issued the following statement on the passing of former United States Senator Robert F. Bennett: Bob Bennett was a dignified patriot. He cared deeply for this country and for years offered his Learn more
Utah’s Dual Language Immersion: Origin Story

Utah’s Dual Language Immersion: Origin Story

Dual Language Immersion: Origin Story The Salt Lake Tribune ran a great article full of praise for Utah’s Dual Language Immersion program, but they didn’t mention how it came about Learn more