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2018 Advocacy Conference

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Granite School District Admin. Building
2500 S. State Street, SLC

Cost: $15/PTA Member - $25/Non-Member
     On-Site Registration Opens at 8:30 AM
     Meeting & classes from 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM


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For Information on the Proposed Bylaws Updated CLICK HERE

For Information on the Proposed Resolutions CLICK HERE

2018 Utah PTA Student Leadership Conference

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Uplift Families Conference

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MEDIA RELEASE


* MEDIA RELEASE *

Utah PTA supports gas tax increase to fund public education
Board of Directors encourages PTA members to vote for Nonbinding Opinion Question #1

As the largest parent advocacy organization in the state, the Utah PTA is dedicated to supporting families and students to be successful. We believe education is key to that success. To that end, the Utah PTA Board of Directors has voted to support Question #1, which proposes increasing the gas tax by 10 cents for the purpose of supporting public education. The Utah PTA Board of Directors is encouraging its members to vote FOR Question #1 on the November ballot.
(CLICK HERE to see full text of this Media Release)

Utah Proposition 2 - Medical Marijuana Initiative

As the largest parent advocacy organization in the state, Utah PTA cares deeply about the health and well-being of all of our children. One of the purposes of PTA is to advocate for laws that further the physical and mental health, welfare, and safety of the children and youth of this state. When that safety is threatened, we respond with action.

As an organization, Utah PTA believes several guiding principles should lead the discussion on marijuana. First, we support laws that send clear messages to youth and adults not to smoke, vaporize or eat marijuana products. Marijuana use can damage the developing brain, cause addiction, (CLICK HERE to see full text on this issue along with Talking Points)

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