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Every community needs to strike a balance between the property rights of landlords and the human rights of their renters. Sadly, Utah law is widely unbalanced in favor of the landlords.
Utah’s current minimum wage is $7.25 an hour. There is no way anyone can support themselves—let alone a family—on such a pittance! This low rate has not been raised since 2009, but the cost of living has gone up—inflation, tuition, and housing costs have all increased. And our Utah legislature has done absolutely nothing to help the hardworking families in our state, despite the experiences of states and cities across the country proving that gradual minimum wage increases don’t cost jobs.
Unaffordable housing isn’t just a problem in Provo; it’s a problem statewide. It is past time for the state legislature to enact laws that will allow Utah’s housing supply to finally catch up with demand.
Getting an abortion is no one’s life goal. Abortions are always, always a symptom of larger problems—most often, socioeconomic ones. And the key to preventing abortions lies in solving those larger problems.