Guest Host Troy Williams on the latest challenge to banning conversion therapy in Utah. SLC dedicates burial marker to enslaved Black pioneer. Dr. Brian Moench on latest study proving ozone pollution is much worse than thought. Legislative interim update. New Backyard Bash, history project in Sugar House.
Dayna McKee, organizer of The Sugar House Backyard Bash, Aug. 31 at Fairmont Park. In addition to local art, food, history, commerce, and sports, the I am Salt Lake Podcast team will be on site to collect people's oral histories of the neighborhood.
Nickie Nelson of the League of Women Voters of Utah returned to recap this month's interim committee meetings of the Utah Legislature.
Troy Williams of Equality Utah switched from special co-host to guest to talk about the latest opposition to banning conversion therapy in Utah.
Dr. Brian Moench of Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment on a study published last week in the Journal of the American Medical Association that linked long term air pollution with ground level ozone to the development of emphysema even in non-smokers. The effect was similar to smoking a pack of cigarettes per day for 29 years. Click here to read the JAMA abstract.
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