3 Questions with Bob Evans: Josh Kanter, founder of Alliance for a Better Utah

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A left-hanging Utah organization, Alliance for a Better Utah, is credited with bringing down former Utah Attorney General John Swallow over illegal campaign financing activities.

The organization stands on three pillars: Balance, transparency and accountability.

Bob Evans sat down with its founder, John Kanter, and asked him three questions:

  1. Arguments seem to revolve around the idea of whether health care is actually a right, or not. How do we resolve that question; that central question of whether health care is or is not a right?
  2. What are some of the things that we are missing as a culture here in Utah because of the political imbalance that is present right now?
  3. Do you consider Utah to be a theocracy?

Kanter's full interview can be watched below:

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