Representatives Phil Lyman and Mike Petersen share their bird's eye view of the Utah State House of Representatives.
Mandate! It is a funny word but not so funny when the person using it is the President of the so-called "free world."
Whether you favor getting vaccinated or not, mandates are not cool! Mike and Phil discuss presidential mandates and what the response should be.
Election Integrity is the topic of this podcast. Phil and Mike get right to the heart of our representative form of government.
In a representative form of government, the integrity of our elections is paramount, yet many whose job it is to certify our elections, are criticizing any effort to verify the accuracy and completeness of our voting systems. We talk about the problems, what an audit is and is not, and what legislators should do.
To tweet or not to tweet? - Mike & Phil talk about Governor Cox's decision to tweet a gross private letter he received.
Governor Cox, some personal letters are better left untweeted.
On this episode of the Common Cause Representative Mike Petersen and Representative Phil Lyman talk about a recent tweet by Governor Cox. People will judge you, and Utah, by the words you use.
We are in Blanding! Representatives Mark Strong and Rex Shipp join Mike & Phil for a discussion about Rep Shipp's puberty blocker bill.
HB92 was a hot topic this year and it is not over. We will be discussing this bill during the interim session. Please listen, like, share, and comment.
Mike and Phil talk with Natalie Cline who is making a difference right here in Utah simply by telling the Truth.
It is refreshing to speak with someone with as much insight, background, and courage is State School Board member Natalie Cline.
Tina Cannon is running for Chair of the Utah GOP. Mike and Phil talk with her about her plans.
Women in the Republican Party have had to battle to be recognized. Tina Cannon may be just the person to turn the GOP in a better direction. You can learn more about Tina and her campaign at www.tinacannon.com.
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