May 3, 2022 all-day

Please see the message below from the Utah Bipartisan Clean Air Caucus:

Dear Clean Air Lovers,


As co-chairs of the Utah Bipartisan Clean Air Caucus, we are happy to announce the 2022 CAC meeting schedule and look forward to this year’s opportunities to collaborate and learn about the good work being done to continue to improve our state’s air quality. Please be sure to mark the following days on your calendar where attendance will be available both in person in Senate room 210 (with pizza dinner, of course) and virtually through Facebook Live.


As in the past, we are soliciting presentations and topic discussions from you, our advocacy community. Based on the suggestions received, we will craft the meeting agendas and discussions. Please complete this FORM if you wish to present at one of our Clean Air Caucus meetings. Alternatively, if you have suggestions and ideas for topics, but do not wish to provide a presentation at a CAC meeting, please fill out this FORM. Please keep in mind that presentations should take approximately 20 minutes; longer presentations may limit opportunities for questions and discussion.


Meeting Schedule* (all meetings are scheduled 6:30 – 8:00 pm in the Senate building, room 210)

*please note that this schedule may be subject to change


Proposal Requirements: To be considered for our 2022 meetings, proposals should be received no later than May 3using this FORM, keeping the following in mind:

Mission Statement


The mission of the Utah Legislature’s Clean Air Caucus is to provide regular and appropriate forums for members of the Utah Legislature for the purpose of:

  1. Educating and informing legislators about the nature, substance and science related to air quality including the causes of poor air quality and how it impacts Utah.
  2. Presenting to legislators information, data and evidence directly related to the protection and improvement of Utah’s air quality.
  3. Presenting proposed legislation and appropriation requests to legislators in a format that may include bill drafts, plans, concepts or ideas for the purpose of discussion and debate.
  4. It is not the primary purpose of the Caucus to hear proposals for products, services and businesses related to clean air.

We look forward to seeing you at this year’s meetings.


Senators Luz Escamilla and Todd Weiler
Representatives Joel Briscoe, Jen Dailey-Provost, Steve Handy, Suzanne Harrison, Lowry Snow, and Ray Ward