The Salt Lake Chamber has introduced its priorities for the 2020 Utah legislative session that begins this week in Salt Lake City. The announcement was made at the chamber’s Utah Economic Outlook & Public Policy Summit. The chamber partnered with the the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute to host the summit at the Salt Lake Marriott Hotel. 

Chief among the priorities the chamber will pursue is sustaining the business and economic environment that places Utah among the top of America’s best-performing states, strengthening education funding and outcomes, supporting the state’s workforce, closing the housing gap, building transportation infrastructure and investing in diverse energy and environmental quality.

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