Doctor, lawmakers discuss Utah’s air quality

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SALT LAKE CITY -- The inversion over portions of Utah skies is a familiar sight, and on Wednesday a doctor and two officials came to the FOX 13 News studio to discuss Utah's air quality.

Dr. Brian Moench is the president of Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment, Rep. Joel Briscoe is a Democrat representing the state's District 25, and Erin Mendenhall is a Salt Lake City Council member-elect.

The three of them sat down for a discussion on air quality, see the video above for more information.

Click here for current air quality information from the state.

1 Comment

  • Tom

    something has got to be done, each one of us. Join us at the capitol jan 25 for Clean Air, No Excuses and come sing this song “Governor, We Cannot Breathe”

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