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Hate crimes, 911 bill, food drive for federal workers, electing moderate candidates
José Borjón, Consul of Mexico in Salt Lake City, on a meeting with Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox about recent violence against the Hispanic community and legislative efforts to put teeth in Utah’s hate crimes law.
The win-loss record and 2020 strategy of Utah Women & Politics, a non-partisan PAC supporting moderate-progressive candidates in the Beehive State. RadioACTive spoke with original UWP members Cindy Kindred, Diane Stewart and Carol Osborn.
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RadioACTive is a production of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah. Tonight's team included: