Can thank him at @senatorjenkins
Utah's 2014 legislative session runs through March 13th. A list of contact info (including Twitter) for Utah politicians is here. And contact info for the Clean Air Caucus is here.
One may track the progress of a particular bill here (try SB139, for an example)
- Type in the bill number (SB139) to go to the bill's main page
- Click "Status", which is underneath the bill's title
- Select tracking option, add email address
- Click "Subscribe"
Also, it appears that Gov Herbert is trying to encourage the legislature to accept the ACA-related Medicaid expansion for Utah and calls the move "common sense," although from looking at his Twitter page I'm not so sure. The man can be reached at @governorherbert
The Senate passed its first clean air bill of the 2014 session Friday. SB99, sponsored by Senator Scott Jenkins (pictured above), would require that at least 50% of state government vehicle purchases be high efficiency or alternative fuel-based (natural gas, electric, low-sulfur, etc). The bill will now go to the house. Hey, it's a start. Let's keep it going!