My siblings and I received a great public school education which made it possible for us to chase and achieve our dreams. Utah must continue our tradition of providing our youth with a first-class education so they can become a part of the new economy.
Utah needs to continue its tradition of providing its youth with a first-class education so they can be a part of the new economy. Students must also be able to graduate without crippling levels of debt if we want them to be able to pursue their dreams.
It is time that America's economic policies address the growing belief that education and hard work no longer guarantee a prosperous future. Corporations must pay their fair share, and the budget cannot be balanced on the back of our workers.
In Utah, our environment is our business. With our rich natural resources, we can play an integral role in the emerging sustainable energy economy. This will lead to jobs in construction, mining, technology, and transportation.
I believe that there are four pillars to an effective National Immigration Policy: maintaining border security, verification of employee status, passage of the Dream Act, and an attainable pathway to citizenship.
Dr. Peter Clemens has practiced medicine and lived in Ogden for over a decade, where he specializes in Wound and Hyperbaric Medicine and Primary Care Medicine. He has been married to Tammy for 35 years, and they are the proud parents of four college graduates and two high school students. Peter is an active member of the LDS church and an avid cyclist.