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From: Laura Warburton
To: Rep. McKell, M.,
Subject: HB132 Homeless Youth Shelter Amendments
Date: 2014-03-05T15:14:38Z
I wanted to thank you for your vote on HB132.  This bill represents a conscious resolve to address youth homelessness.  By talking about residential support / temporary youth shelter options which in turn is changing administration rules, we're making it possible for citizens to constructively move on this extremely important issue.  The discussion is alive!  You may or may not have noticed that the Standard Examiner of Northern Utah has adopted this issue.  They started an awareness campaign called Young & Homeless.  They are writing about it, fundraising, and helping to drive the conversation.  

It's time to bring these kids in from the storm.  

And of course, to the best Rep on the Hill, Representative Froerer;  a man who listens to his constituents and cares about his community.  


Laura Warburton

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