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Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Rally Against Climate-Denying Congressman Wednesday

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Rep. Chris Stewart, R-Utah, has used his position on the House Science Committee to challenge research from Harvard and a BYU economist that support policies of the Environmental Protection Agency. Wednesday, Utahns who support science will be outside Stewart's Salt Lake City town hall meeting to stand up for science.---

Wednesday organizers are calling for people to bring their breathing masks, signs and outrage out to Stewart's town hall meeting, where they will be making noise for the sake of science, especially the EPA standards that could help clean up Utah's gritty air and that Stewart is currently crusading against.

Wednesday, you can join ralliers from groups like the Mormon Environmental Stewardship Alliance, Utah Moms for Clean Air and others as they stand up for science.

Check it out, outside the Corinne & Jack Sweet Library, 455 (9th Avenue) F Street, Salt Lake City Wednesday, Sept. 4, 6:30 p.m.Visit the event's Facebook page here for more details.

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