Utah Senate Democrats
Senator Karen Mayne
Senator Luz Escamilla
Senator Jani Iwamoto
Senator Gene Davis
Senator Derek Kitchen
Senator Kathleen Riebe
What You Need to Know
Senator Kitchen Urges Senator Romney to Extend Eviction Moratorium & Support Hospitality Industry
Senator Kitchen’s SB 74 Extends Family Planning Services to Low-Income Individuals
SALT LAKE CITY – Senator Derek Kitchen’s SB 74 - Family Planning Services Amendments has passed through the Senate and will now be...
Statement on the Tax Restructuring Revisions Referendum
For Immediate Release January 28, 2020 SALT LAKE CITY – As we kick of the 2020 Legislative Session, the Senate Minority Caucus wants to...
Senate Minority Leader Karen Mayne Introduces Counterproposal to the Tax Restructuring and Equalizat
For Immediate Release: October 22, 2019 Senate Minority Leader Karen Mayne Introduces Counterproposal to the Tax Restructuring and...
Migrant Family Separation Resolution Will Not Be Heard During Special Session
News Release July 18, 2018 Contact: Sen. Gene Davis/801-647-8924 Sen. Luz Escamilla/801-550-1029 Migrant Family Separation...
Families. Belong. Together.
Senators Gene Davis and Luz Escamilla proposed S.R. 2001 - Senate Resolution Regarding the Separation of Families At the Border - during...
Utah Hispanic Legislators Condemn Trump Administration’s Hostile Anti-Immigrant Agenda, Mortensen No
Media Statement For Immediate Release: May 25, 2018 Contact: Ross Chambless, Communications Specialist Utah House Democratic Caucus (801)...
Investing in Utah's Children - S.B. 202
Senator Luz Escamilla has passed S.B. 202 - After School Program Amendments. This legislation creates a competitive grant program funded...
Safeguarding Utah's Children - Sen. Jani Iwamoto
Today, the Utah House of Representatives unanimously passed S.J.R. 6 - Joint Resolution Encouraging the Reduction of Pediatric Deaths...
Caring for Utah Families - Senator Luz Escamilla
Senator Luz Escamilla passed two bills out of committee today. Both bills address the needs of Utah's families. The first bill, S.B. 181...