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Tanner Ainge
Utah County Commissioner. Father of 5. Husband to Heidi. Finance & Law. Believer. “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you will live forever.”
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Tanner Ainge 32m
Yes, there’s this new program which allows parents to know what is happening on a family member’s phone and control the amount of usage:
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Tanner Ainge 35m
. should have come speak at one of his events on this topic. He has a great way of demonstrating what our devices are doing to our brains, especially adolescent brains
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Utah Senate Sep 20
Our hearts are broken hearing of the loss of life and injuries suffered by a group from China visiting our state. Our prayers are with the survivors as well as the families who have lost loved ones. Grateful for the first responders who helped the injured get to hospitals.
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Tanner Ainge Sep 20
Hate: firing people Also Hate: unnecessary government functions, few bad apples ruining culture w/ continued misconduct and/or poor performance, contractors being held to absurdly low standards, all at expense of taxpayers Sometimes you just have to renegotiate / terminate
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Tanner Ainge Sep 19
Replying to @James_Nelson33
Amen
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Tanner Ainge Sep 19
You cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today. - Abraham Lincoln
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Tanner Ainge Sep 17
On this I’m grateful to God and those who came before us to establish, improve and preserve our laws and system of government. Our generation’s impact on the Constitution should be a budget-related amendment. Without it, or an upgrade in leadership, we’ll fail
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Tanner Ainge Sep 15
“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me” - Philippians 4:13
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Tanner Ainge Sep 14
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Tanner Ainge Sep 14
Replying to @tlacomb
Amen
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Tanner Ainge Sep 14
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Tanner Ainge Sep 14
Some reporters let their own biases/agenda scream through in their writing. Others just get facts and stories wrong because they don’t do their homework. I read most of Katie’s articles and she is impressively accurate, fair and professional. She will be missed in !
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Tanner Ainge Sep 13
There is a "joy which none receiveth save it be the truly penitent and humble seeker of happiness" "he that knoweth good and evil, to him it is given according to his desires, whether he desireth good or evil, life or death, joy or remorse of conscience" - Alma
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Tanner Ainge Sep 12
Replying to @mattdizwhitlock
😂
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Tanner Ainge Sep 11
Replying to @SpencerJCox
6 free throws 😞
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Senator Mitt Romney Sep 11
On the anniversary of , we honor all of those who lost their lives—including the first responders who rushed into harm’s way. We also salute the brave men and women who have served in defense of our great nation since that day.
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Russell M. Nelson Sep 10
Learn for yourselves who you really are. Ask your Heavenly Father, in the name of Jesus Christ, how He feels about you and your mission here on earth. If you ask with real intent, over time the Spirit will whisper the life-changing truth to you.
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Tanner Ainge Sep 9
Sometimes I wish looking like this was the only thing I needed to do to make those who raised me proud
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Tanner Ainge Sep 8
Replying to @clutchutch
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Tanner Ainge Sep 8
., “In a time of economic expansion, we should be borrowing less. We should be calling upon our national leaders to lead on this important issue. Let’s not go bankrupt gradually or suddenly.”
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