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Jen Dailey-Provost
Democrat in the Utah House of Representatives, with the distinct honor of serving the incredible constituents of Dist 24. Mom, wife, runner, skier, knitter.
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Jen Dailey-Provost Jul 15
This, from a columnist is fairly far right of center: Donald Trump's Tweets & Republican Silence | National Review
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Jen Dailey-Provost Jul 15
states that we must consider all impacted communities when we plan for better transportation and air quality issues.
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Jen Dailey-Provost Jul 15
“At my heart, I’m an air quality candidate” days Erin Mendenhall at . Need to encourage people to get out of their dirty cars and into cleaner cars and mass transit.
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Jen Dailey-Provost Jul 15
Stan Penfold wants to build on his program, “No fare for clean air,” providing mass transit passes for vastly more people.
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Jen Dailey-Provost Jul 15
David Ibarra wants to reduce the daily in-migration of workers and encourage people to move back to SLC, which will reduce pollution and help air quality
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Jen Dailey-Provost Jul 15
Jim Dabakis states that we need to keep the team together to address homelessness, building on the public-private partnership that has already been built.
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Jen Dailey-Provost Jul 15
touts the value and importance of multi-jurisdictional, consensus building approach to address our homelessness crisis.
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Jen Dailey-Provost Jul 15
Thrilled to support , along with and at the KSL televised debate, happening now. Hosted by the Pioneer Park Coalition - thank you!
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Jen Dailey-Provost Jul 8
One of the best commercials I’ve seen - These women are changing everything! ⁩ Nike | Never Stop Winning - YouTube
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Jen Dailey-Provost Jun 29
Replying to @gopTODD @KamalaHarris
But even the cardboard cutout of is ten times smarter than drumpf.
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Virginia Heffernan Jun 23
Kids dead in the Trump camps: Darlyn, Jakelin, Felipe, Mariee, Carlos, Wilmer, Juan. Darlyn Cristabel Cordova-Valle, 10 Jakelin Caal Maquin, 7 Felipe Alonzo-Gomez, 8 Mariee Juárez, 20 mos Carlos Hernandez Vasquez, 16 Wilmer Josué Ramírez Vásquez, 2 Juan de León Gutiérrez, 16
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Jen Dailey-Provost Jun 23
Haha! Yesssss!
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Jen Dailey-Provost Jun 23
Maybe we need to send another copy. Pretty sure didn’t do his reading when Utah passed a resolution stating that his treatment of immigrant families is reprehensible and a deep, dark stain on our nation. Here is your refresher Donnie:
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Jen Dailey-Provost Jun 23
My selfie with at Utah Democratic Party State Convention today. Hoping to meet the real KH one day!😍
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Jen Dailey-Provost Jun 23
Congrats ! Looking forward to strong, new direction. And Kudos to you fierce team, including Ann Dent. Your team building skills are already on display!
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Jen Dailey-Provost Jun 23
This cultural reality is why rape reporting for abortion should not be a barrier. Sure we want women to file a police report, but let’s carefully examine the not-too-uncommon response to rape allegations is that women are publicly shamed, derided & disbelieved.
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Jen Dailey-Provost Jun 23
Concise and true as the day is long
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Glen Mills Jun 21
New- The Salt Lake County Council will be taking up a resolution in support of banning conversation therapy. It will be introduced by Councilman Bradshaw and could be on the agenda as early as next week.
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Jen Dailey-Provost Jun 18
Replying to @RepCarolMoss
Yes, we had a bill in drafting last year but ran out of time. Working with OLRGC for another try. Need all stakeholders at the table!
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Karen Kwan Jun 18
Thank you to allies and (who passed a similar state resolution this year) for standing with us and building upon the decades of work by ethnic community leaders.
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