Today's tweet reflect a resolution praising Utah's 2020 election process, a bill to reduce recidivism, a state stone, choosing university presidents, university names, guardrails on executive powers and a visit from Congressman Curtis.

In spite of overwhelming evidence that Utah’s election process was safe and secure, a resolution recognizing those efforts was watered down. Great step in the right direction to reduce recidivism rates and increase youth opportunities as they leave the criminal justice system. Honeycomb calcite could become the state stone. Naming finalists called ‘problematic’ for candidates; 1st Amendment attorney calls proposal ‘deeply troubling’ Maya Angelou once said “Once you know better, do better.” Utah now knows better, says Scott Howell. Putting guardrails on executive powers Congressman Curtis makes the rounds on Utah’s Capitol Hill