Sen. Ben McAdams and Rep. Christine Watkins discuss the latest developments on a number of immigration proposals currently making their way through the legislature. Continue reading
At today’s media availability, Sen. Ben McAdams and Rep. Christine Watkins explain why Utah should not raise the sales tax on food. Continue reading
Senator Ben McAdams made the following remarks today on the floor of the Senate in a bid to get the statewide anti-discrimination statute a committee hearing. Continue reading
Senator Ben McAdams, Senate Minority Caucus Manager, is one of Utah’s “Forty under 40” movers and shakers in the February 2010 issue of Utah Business magazine, chosen from a lengthy list of youthful, energetic leaders of today and tomorrow. This generation of leaders is confident, talented, and innovative as they shape and guide our future.
Senator McAdams graduated from the University of Utah where he was elected student body president. He received his juris doctor degree from Columbia University in New York City. Senator McAdams practiced law in Salt Lake City with Dorsey & Whitney and is now senior advisor to Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker.
Senator McAdams was instrumental in securing funding for the construction of the Airport TRAX line and for reconstruction of the North Temple viaduct. He also played a key role in facilitating passage of Salt Lake City’s nondiscrimination ordinances.
Senator McAdams represents parts of Salt Lake City, South Salt Lake, and West Valley City. “Senator McAdams remarked, “My colleagues in the legislature, both Republican and Democrat, are visionary, hard-working men and women. Being able to contribute to the creative problem solving and passion for a better Utah is inspiring.”
Senator Ben McAdams sits down to talk about SB 148, which would make it illegal to discriminate against someone based upon their sexual orientation. Continue reading
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
By Sens. Ben McAdams and Lyle Hillyard
As the adage goes, sometimes our greatest strength can be our greatest weakness. Utah is a warm, welcoming and trusting community. We see the best in others and, in most cases, our trust and friendship is well placed. Continue reading
Sen. Ben McAdams and Rep. LaVar Christensen are proposing legislation to implement programs to stem the tide of foreclosures in Utah. Continue reading
Senator Ben McAdams and Representative LaVar Christensen will host a roundtable discussion on foreclosures in Utah on January 18, 2011. Continue reading