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Utah's Reid shows leadership on intergenerational poverty

Tweet Utah State Senator Stuart Reid is providing important leadership on a crucial issue — intergenerational poverty. The 1990s saw a major effort to reform public welfare through work requirements for welfare recipients. This effort had merit, but Senator Reid … Continue reading

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Capitol Daily Video: spending limit bill debated

Tweet The Utah Senate recently debated SJR 22, a bill that would limit the growth of state spending. Watch this video report to see clips of the debate and whether your state senator voted for the bill: You can also … Continue reading

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Capitol Daily Video: government spending amendment needed

Tweet SJR 22, a proposed amendment to limit government spending, made it through its first committee hearing last week but has a long way to go. Watch the following video to learn more about why Utah needs a spending amendment … Continue reading

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Capitol Daily Video: committee approves spending amendment

Tweet   SJR 22, a resolution that would limit state spending, cleared its first hurdle on Wednesday. Watch this video report to learn more about how this piece of legislation would benefit Utah:

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Capitol Daily Memo: spending amendment advances

Tweet   Fans of limited government scored a victory Wednesday night as the Senate Revenue and Taxation Committee passed SJR 22 out with a 4-2 vote. SJR 22 is a Government Spending Amendment to the Utah Constitution that limits state … Continue reading

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Capitol Daily Memo: measure to track poverty trends moves forward

Tweet   The effort to give a “hand up, not a hand out” to Utah families stuck in poverty for several consecutive generations took another step forward today as SB 37 passed unanimously out of the House Workforce Services and … Continue reading

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