People Before Politics
What Does People Before Politics Look Like?
Elected officials carry the responsibility of working hard to protect the rights of their constituents. Each Utahn has unique political and social priorities, and as their Representative, I will work to amplify their voices. People before politics means that I believe it is our duty to set aside our differences to create a Utah that respects and empowers everyone who chooses to live here. Compassion needs to have a bigger role in politics and in our lives. Click on the images on this page to read an article that shows each issue is relevant to Utah.
Patients rights for access to treatment options, such as HRT
Banning the use of the "Gay Panic Defense"
Increased initiatives to address the LGBTQ+ youth mental health crisis
further expansion of acceptable diagnoses for use of medical cannabis
using medical cannabis can be used as a viable alternative option for treating the opioid epidemic
Black Lives Matter
We need to recognize the reasons Black Lives Matter is in the spotlight. Racial discrimination affects all of us, even here in Utah.
Amplifying BIPOC voices
Examining police reform options