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| State of the Community Luncheon — Making Democracy Work
Join the League at the 22nd Annual State of the Community Luncheon
, Thursday, April 17 @ Little America Hotel. Featuring Doug Fabrizio, KUER's Radio West host, Alan Matheson, planning coordinator for the state, and environment adviser to Gov. Gary Herbert; and Andew Gruber, executive director of the Wasatch Front Regional Council. Purchase tickets
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Draper State Prison Relocation and Development Study Complete
The League of Women Voters of Utah has reached consensus on several positions related to the Draper Prison relocation. Stay informed, read the newly published study, consensus questions and cover letter.
The study aims to be a fair and balanced review of the present process
and status of the proposed relocation and building of a new prison plus
development of the land where the prison now resides. The study
includes positions now held by The League of Women Voters of the U.S.
and The League of Women Voters of Utah
The Utah Voter:
Inside: Legislative wins and challenges, agriculture consensus reached, prison tour, and much more...
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