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Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Legislative Survey

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One more way to be heard on Capitol Hill.---

When the Legislature starts Jan. 25, there will be quite a few weighty issues, many of them surrounding money. As legislators like to remind people, they represent their constituents and try to do right by the people of Utah.

To make sure they do right by you, the best thing you can do is let them know what you think. There are many ways to do that, some of which were detailed in the most recent cover story.

Legislative leaders are also providing another way: fill out a survey. On his website, House Speaker Dave Clark, R-Santa Clara, has posted the survey and is asking people to respond to him.

So, take a moment, cut and paste it, and send it back. It's probably a pretty ineffective way of getting your message heard, but it's a start.

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