Intern Corner – Are Interns Like Sharks?

Tyler Anderson

By Tyler Anderson, Intern for Senate Minority Leader Ross Romero

I don’t mean are we are large, aquatic, and viciously predatory? –Although certainly when we smell the possibility of free food we do rapaciously circle lobbyists’ tables. This week we had McDonalds.

Instead I am referring to the fact that for most sharks, in order to breathe, they must be continually swimming at all times. If they don’t move, they drown. Continue reading

Upcoming Town Meeting with Senator Mayne

by Senator Karen Mayne
Senate District 5

I would like to invite you to join me at a Town Hall Meeting on Saturday, February 12, at 12:00 noon at the Eddie P. Mayne Kearns Senior Center located at 4851 West 4715 South in Kearns.  I want the benefit of your knowledge and experience as I make choices on behalf of the voters in our community.

At the meeting, I want to share what I have learned to date in the Legislature Session.  However, I want to spend most of the time receiving your input.  I look forward to sharing this time and listening to your concerns.  One of my chief priorities as your senator is coming together with you as Westside residents and working together to improve our neighborhoods.  This will be an important time during the Legislative Session to share our vision for our communities and establish our priorities.

Intern Corner – A Visit from Hawthorne Elementary

By Taylor Mayron, Intern for Senator Ben McAdams

Today, the State Senate received a visit from Hawthorne Elementary School’s first graders.  After a tour of the Capitol, Senator McAdams formally recognized the schoolchildren, and I had the privilege of answering some very important questions for them before their departure. Continue reading