The Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) is a roadmap for Rocky Mountain Power to follow in order to provide reliable and cost-efficient electric service to all of their customers. The IRP [...]
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In 1980 Utah ranked 5th nationally in voter turnout, but in 2016 the state ranked 39th. Voter turnout has been habitually low in Utah (2018 turnout aside, as high polling [...]
What's happening with housing in Utah, and how can YOU impact the issues? Join Action Utah leaders and members on Capitol Hill during Interim Session on June 19th to find [...]
Every odd year in Utah we hold nonpartisan municipal elections to vote in mayors, city council members, other city officials, special service district reps and sometimes school board members. Utah [...]
Last November, voters passed Prop 3 to fully expand Medicaid, but legislators passed a new law (SB 96) to significantly alter Prop 3 by reducing the number of covered individuals [...]
Last week at the Governor's Energy Summit, clean and renewable energy production was a major topic of conversation, with industry reps and politicians alike acknowledging the public's interest in reliable, [...]
A majority of Utahns believe legal immigration should be easier (Utah Policy) and that Dreamers should be given a legal pathway to stay in the United States (Tribune-Hinckley). Both parties in Congress [...]
With the passage of SB 96 (the bill that significantly altered Prop 3, the Medicaid Ballot Initiative) the state is required to submit a variety of waivers to the federal [...]
One great way to get involved in Utah is by joining a state board or commission. Boards and commissions are created by statute and meet regularly to work on specific [...]
Right now, leaders in Congress are developing proposals for federal infrastructure investments—from bridges and roads to water and electricity systems—and the policies and investments necessary to make our communities healthy, [...]