St. Patrick's Day without a pub in sight -- Peter Donegan reports in from the Irish countryside. Legislative updates with the League of Women Voters and Action Utah. Census2020 update. Living the Circle of Life and Native American voting rights.
Tim Olson, associate director of field operations for the U.S. Census Bureau. By March 20, households will receive the first of several invitations to participate in the 2020 Census. Everyone can respond right now by visiting 2020census.gov.
#ThePeoplesBusiness, a recap of the 2020 General Session of the Utah Legislature, and social distancing, featuring:
St. Patrick's Day without an open pub in sight: A Skype conversation with Peter Donegan of Ballyboughal, Co. Dublin, Ireland.
A special interview with Meg Singer, former Indigenous Justice Program Manager for ACLU of Montana. Braidan Weeks of KRCL's Living The Circle of Life interviewed Singer about Native American voting rights on the March 8, 2020, edition of his show honoring Indigenous women and artists.
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