Ask the Executive Appropriations Committee to prioritize funding for air quality measures!
One of the top priority issues for Utahns is air quality. State and municipal governments and individuals and businesses have been working hard to reduce emissions and clean up our air, reducing air pollution in recent years. However, the Division of Air Quality’s models show that as population grows, air pollution will worsen if nothing else is done. According to Envision Utah, 94% of Utahns agree that good air quality is integral to their health and the health of their family. It’s time to look toward long-term solutions for air quality.
Gov. Herbert has recommended $100M for air quality measures like transit and electric vehicle infrastructure to work toward a future of reduced emissions. YOU can help by contacting the members of the Executive Appropriations Committee today!
With tax reform repeal throwing the 2020 budget up in the air, legislators are warning that appropriations for large budget items are unlikely. However, Utah can’t afford not tackle air quality for the health and economy of our state. Your voice is needed today!
Simply click “Start Writing” below to ask legislators to prioritize funding for air quality.