Big Tech is advancing in the United States, especially in Utah. It will automate jobs away from the good people in our district. We need a Universal Basic Income so that we are protected from the current Industrial Revolution.
Priorities in the Healthcare industry benefit the administrators, the drug-makers, the insurance companies, and the biomedical engineering companies. Let's reverse that! Prioritize the patients, the physicians, physician assistants, nurses, and background workers.
Climate Change is real, and it's scary. Year after year we are faced with more devastating natural disasters. We need to create national infrastructure that reverses our carbon footprint and protects our citizens from further natural disasters.
In the state of Utah, the right-to-work, and employment-at-will laws bar workers from negotiating for their own wages, benefits, and break times. I want to help the State Legislature repeal those laws so that workers can bargain for themselves, rather than hoping HR will protect them.
Housing in Utah is becoming more expensive every year. Expected median home prices will go up by 80% over the next 40 years. We need to invest not only in housing projects but also in lasting, renewable infrastructure.
In the past two decades, voter engagement has not increased over 50% in Utah's 3rd Congressional District. I want to change that, so every event that I hold will have a station to remind voters to register in the state of Utah. I'm also going to fight for a National Voter's Day
Ibram X. Kendi has inspired me through his books to help rectify past wrongs of the US by supporting policy that actively fights racism. Every policy that I stand for is anti-racist. Furthermore, every policy that I stand for is anti-bigotry. meaning I am anti-sexism and pro-LGBTQ+ policies, among others.
I am a member of an indigenous tribe in California where my grandfather served on the counsel to protect our rights to our land. This is an inheritance that needs to be given back to all indigenous tribes in the United States. In Congress, I will actively seek to restore these lands to their rightful heirs.
Where education fails to prepare the next generation for its own problems is where our democracy loses its stability. The education system has failed to prepare many of the incoming generations for adulthood and for taking up the mantle of responsibility for our nation. There needs to be greater focus on education quality, and I intend to implement that in Congress.