How Utah lawmakers propose to fight dirty air
SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Legislature's bipartisan Clean Air Caucus met Wednesday afternoon to touch on the almost 40 bills, resolutions and appropriations they say will combat the state's dirty air.
The clean air caucus was started in 2013 after a spate of bad inversions and consists of Republican and Democratic representatives and senators, hailing from Salt Lake City to the rural corners of the state.
"We don't agree on everything. But we've done a pretty good job on depoliticizing a lot of the issues," said Rep. Joel Briscoe, D-Salt Lake City.
Feb 4, 2022