SL County D.A. Sim Gill on Rx Cannabis distribution issues and more during open phones. Plus, volunteer opportunities with the Red Fred Project and citizenship classes.
Every third Wednesday of the month it's open phones with Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill. With breaking news that lawmakers' "fix" for medical cannabis distribution was dead, Gill talked about the reason public dispensaries through county health departments was never going to work. He also addressed implicit bias training, democratic processes, and more.
Red Fred Project's Dallas Graham on this summer's Hatch-a-Book tour and ways for creatives to donate their time and talents. Click here to find out how you can get involved, especially writers, graphic designers, photographers, videographers and fun!raisers.
Debbie Cannon, USCIS public affairs officer, on a one-day FREE class for teachers to help adults through the process to become a U.S. citizen. From 9a-4p Thursday, Aug. 29, adult educators, program directors, volunteers and representatives from immigrant-serving organizations are invited to enhance the skills needed to teach U.S. history, civics and the naturalization process to immigrant students and to administer comprehensive adult citizenship education programs. Register online at www.uscis.gov/teachertraining.
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