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Nonprofit announces health care policy 'listening tour'; ballot initiative planned

For over 30 years, Dr. Joseph Jarvis has advocated for solutions to what he calls an "uncaring and complicated health care system." Jarvis, an occupational medicine specialist, was joined by other medical professionals and members of Common Sense Health Care for Utah at the state capitol on Monday to announce the beginning of a weeklong listening tour through the state to hear people's stories and listen to personal experiences with the health care industry. "It is time for the people of Utah to change how health care business is done in the Beehive State. We need a better, simpler ...

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Letter: Thank you, legislators, for support of education reforms

These past weeks, the Utah legislature showed overwhelming support of House Bill 215 that provides teacher pay increases and funds other education options. The historic vote was the first time a legislature has supported this type of bill with a super majority anywhere in the country. As a ...

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