Get back to the work of protecting Dreamers, and stop using them as political pawns. That’s the message members of Utah’s CD4 Coalition (CD4C) are sending to Rep. Mia Love during the federal government shutdown.
"Corporations do not hire people because they have spare cash." In an editorial published in the Salt Lake Tribune, CD4C member Alicia Smith makes a case for why cutting taxes on corporations is flawed at best, subservience to the donor class at worst.
On Tuesday, October 24 at 6 p.m., Rep. Mia Love will host her first conference-call style meeting in over seven months. Billed by Love as a "Telephone Town Hall Meeting," the session is more likely to be a public relations tactic designed to avoid accountabil...
Keeping conversation to a minimum has been one of the defining characteristics of Mia Love's tenure as Utah Congresswoman. Her tactics were recently called out in a Salt Lake Tribune editorial by CD4C Chair Katie Matheson.