In Utah, activists are asking local administrators to dedicate resources toward improving the state's air quality levels. According to the Deseret News, a group of air quality advocates met on January 26, 2013, to discuss possible ways for Utah officials to address air pollution throughout the state.
"I feel frustrated and I feel angry at our political leaders for not taking action on what [residents] consider to be one of the most important issues," Cherise Udell, founder of Utah Moms for Clean Air, told the news source.
Udell noted that air quality activists are creating a pledge that lawmakers could sign to show their support for eliminating air pollution. Additionally, the Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment, which represents medical professionals across the state, recently sent a petition to Governor Gary Herbert to urge state officials to find solutions to various air quality issues.
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