Dear Sen. Hatch,
A group of Mormon women is calling on senators to suspend Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation proceedings until a thorough investigation is completed. With turmoil growing over sexual misconduct allegation
The testimonies from U.S. Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford have kept people captivated far beyond the Capitol in Washington,
WASHINGTON — Idaho Sens. Mike Crapo and Jim Risch have been relatively quiet on the accusations of sexual assault now complicating the confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett
A group of Mormon women is calling on the Senate Judiciary Committee to halt the confirmation process of Judge Brett Kavanaugh until a thorough investigation can be conducted into the allegations of s
Women from all walks of life have urged the Senate to reevaluate President Donald Trump's Supreme Court pick now that he's been accused of sexual assault. On Tuesday, a group of Mormon women who oppos
There are four Mormon lawmakers in the Senate Judiciary Committee. , the Trump administration's nominee to the Supreme Court. The group has 6,000 members and identifies itself as a non-partisan body.
High stakes. Political impacts. Presidential contenders. Here’s what to look for during this week’s Senate hearing examining Christine Blasey Ford’s sexual assault allegations aga…
Mormon Women for Ethical Government is directing its efforts toward four male Senate Judiciary Committee members who are Mormon.
The Mormon Women for Ethical Government called for a suspension of Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation proceedings, pending a thorough investigation.
Women from all walks of life have urged the Senate to reevaluate President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court pick now that he’s been accused of sexual assault. On Tuesday, a group of Mormon women who oppos
A group of Mormon women released a statement on Monday calling for Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court to be postponed until an independent investigation into sexual misconduct allegations lodged against him is completed.
Mormon Women for Ethical Government are pushing Sens. Hatch, Lee, Flake, and Crapo to hear from Kavanaugh's accusers.
Washington • A group of Mormon women is urging the Senate to halt the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh until after an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct by two wo
"If you truly respect women, then demonstrate it by honoring our requests to go slowly here," the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints group wrote.
The LDS faith teaches that sexual abuse is "contemptible," the women wrote.
A nonpartisan organization of more than 6,000 Mormon women is calling on the four Mormon members of the Senate Judiciary Committee — Sens. Orrin Hatch and Mike Lee of Utah, Jeff Flake of Arizona, and
A group representing 6,000 Mormon women are calling for a delay in confirming Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court until there is an investigation into sexual misconduct allegations against him, The H
The Mormon Women for Ethical Government released a statement Tuesday that called for four members of Congress to stall Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation proceedings.
Dear Members of Congress:
Dear Sen. Lee,
I read the commentary from Mormon Women for Ethical Government, a group of women who recently commented on Sen. Orrin Hatch's remarks about New York values.
Instead of putting our shoulder to the wheel, we have left much poorer nations to carry the great burden.
Dear Senator Hatch,
In response to the separation of migrant families crossing the U.S./Mexico border, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released a statement in
Hugging her cousin with one arm and holding a large, homemade sign with the other, 6-year-old Maia Esplin showed her support for migrant families Saturday evening on West International Street
Anuncian el protocolo a seguir para reunir de nuevo a las familias que han sido separadas en la frontera. Noticiero Telemundo Utah de lunes a viernes a las 5pm y 10pm. TelemundoUtah.com...
Away from the headlines and the controversy over the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" immigration policy are countless families awaiting an uncertain fate. BuzzFeed News went to the border to m
Dozens came from as far as Flagstaff to Nogales in honor of the thousands of children waiting to be reunited with their parents. They may have been a small group, but they had a
(KUTV) - President Trump’s executive order ends the separation of children and parents at the border, but a group in Utah says that is not enough.The Mormon Women for Ethical Government organized a vi
Dozens gathered at City Creek Park on Saturday for a vigil hosted by the Utah chapter of Mormon Women for Ethical Government, joining in song and prayer to grieve for the immigrant community and...
The Arizona chapter of the Mormon Women for Ethical Government held a vigil Saturday night for immigrant families separated at the border. The vigil took place at the corner of West International a...
The Arizona chapter of Mormon Women for Ethical Government is planning a vigil in Nogales this weekend to demand that government leaders “do all that is necessary to reunite families
SALT LAKE CITY — Dozens of people gathered at City Creek Park to show their support for immigrant families separated while trying to seek asylum in the United States. The Protect Family Unity Vigil w
SALT LAKE CITY (News4Utah) - Mormon Women for Ethical Government is a non-partisan policy group, and at Saturday's vigil, they called for an immediate reunification of families separated at the border
Dozens gathered at City Creek Park on Saturday for a vigil hosted by the Utah chapter of Mormon Women for Ethical Government, joining in song and prayer to grieve for the immigrant community and to ca
In early 2017, some Mormon women began expressing concern about eroding ethical standards in government. Now they're over 6,000 strong and still growing.
"We have recognized really quickly the power of the individual voice," said Dalton-Bradford, who calls herself the international voice of Mormon Women for Ethical Government
SALT LAKE CITY—When President Trump issued an executive order last January halting travel from seven predominantly Muslim countries, it prompted howls of indignation from progressive and liberal civil
Mitt Romney is back in campaign mode and reminding Utahns why he lost the last time he ran for something.
On my desk in my home office I have several yellow “sticky” notes upon which I write reminders, sometimes for my “to-do” list but mostly with those momentary but deeper reflections I feel I need to ca
Dear Mitt Romney,
It’s a long wait between when a tragedy occurs and when emergency responders arrive at a scene. And if someone is bleeding, a bystander’s knowledge can be the difference between
The issue of gun violence in America is complex and highly charged. But pointing our fingers at just one (or even two or three) root causes or factors serves no one.
On Thursday, Mormon Women for Ethical Government released a statement "with regard to the silencing, denigration and abuse of women."
We welcome you to the beautiful state of Utah. We know what it's like to not be welcome, and so we make a special effort to show kindness and hospitality to all our guests. You probably do not know mu
An Open Letter to President Trump from Mormon Women for Ethical Government
Mormon women join the Trump resistance.
We urge the Davis School Board and the administrators and teachers at Woods Cross High to use this unfortunate event as a catalyst for real change and as an opportunity to do some vital instruction.
Area faith leaders encouraged action and prayer at a Tuesday vigil for the 59 people killed in a mass shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada.
A few nights after President Donald Trump’s inauguration, Sharlee Mullins Glenn stared into the bluish light of her computer screen and prayed for guidance.
Our vote is our voice, our security and our power.
DACA bought Congress time. They have now been gifted with a similar, but permanent legislative solution.
More groups — including our two main political parties — should take note of the civil, productive discourse Mormon Women for Ethical Government is working to create.
Tuesday the Trump administration announced its decision to rescind DACA and allow it to expire after six months. DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) provides critical protection and work aut
In the world of public relations, it’s common knowledge that if you want a story to get overlooked or buried, either release it on a Friday evening or when another news story is really heating up. Pre
The Springville Museum of Art has a Soviet Art collection that includes a glorified portrait of Joseph Stalin. In the carefully curated exhibition, with the help of educational materials, a...
It could take until the end of the week to know who won Tuesday's hotly contested Republican primary in the 3rd Congressional District race to replace former Rep. Jason Chaffetz.
Several organizations gathered at Provo’s historic courthouse Monday for a rally to help educate voters about Tuesday’s primary election and clear up confusion about the voting process.
Provo • When Jocelyn Dorton heads to the polls Tuesday, it will be to cast a ballot in the 3rd Congressional District Republican primary race for the second time.
We will not be complicit by being complacent. That is the motto of our nonpartisan group, Mormon Women for Ethical Government, our rallying cry. During this deeply troubling time in our history, we h
As tensions escalated during “pro-white” demonstration in Charlottesville, Va., on Friday night into chaos and violence Saturday morning before a planned a white nationalist rally that left one dead
A last-minute push to get unaffiliated voters to sign up as Republicans at the polls Tuesday so they can vote in the 3rd Congressional District primary election could delay the final results in...
Dan & Ryan interview Sharlee Glenn and Melissa Dalton-Bradford, founders of Mormon Women for Ethical Government.
It started as a private Facebook group of a few Mormon women in Utah, upset about the Trump administration’s travel ban on immigrants. In a matter of weeks, Mormon Women for Ethical Government went na
“I’ve never been a politicized person before,” begins writer and artist Linda Hoffman Kimball. But when faced with a contentious election year and challenges to her values, Sister Kimball joined a …
It’s how dictators operate. Pick a relatively small, politically powerless group of people and portray them as objects of fear and derision. Then swoop in with the power of the state to arrest members
We call upon you to do your job to investigate these issues thoroughly as chairman of the bipartisan Oversight Committee in the time you have remaining in your legislative service.
Mormon conservatism recognizes that government does play a role in caring for the most vulnerable among us and that individual citizens and private organizations play equally vital roles.
Last week, Silvia Avelar-Flores ran to the craft store with her 8-year-old daughter to pick up supplies for a birthday party. There, an ICE officer who had been stalking her — I mean “surveilling” her
A West Valley mother set to be deported to Mexico has received last-minute permission from a judge to remain in the U.S.
SALT LAKE CITY -- Silvia Avelar-Flores, a mother of three who was arrested by ICE and faced deportation, was released from the Cache County Jail after being granted a temporary stay Thursday. Accordi
A 31-year-old mother of three young children was swept up by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents Friday in the parking lot of a retail shop as her 8-year-old daughter watched. Silvia Avelar-Flo
(KUTV) More than a hundred people turned out Wednesday to show their support for a West Valley City mother slated for deportation.Grass roots groups like Action Utah, Utah Indivisible, Mormon Women fo
WEST VALLEY CITY -- Singing Mormon hymns, about 50 people protested the detention of a mother of three accused of overstaying her visa in the United States. Sylvia Flores was arrested by Immigration
Avelar-Flores, 31, was taken into custody by ICE agents while buying supplies for a birthday party with her 8-year-old daughter, prompting outcry from her family and multiple advocacy organizations.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Community groups are protesting the pending deportation of a 31-year-old Mexican mother of three whose family says she was taken into custody by immigration agents
Community groups are protesting the pending deportation of a 31-year-old Mexican mother of three whose family says she was taken into custody by immigration agents while shopping with her daughter.
CYCLOPS: Let’s use some common sense - The opinions stated in this article are solely those of the author and not of The Davis Clipper. Thomas Jefferson wrote that laws and justice should be construed
Betty Ramos Castro of Draper was deported to her native Colombia, despite being the caretaker of her elderly mother and disabled son. Sure, she was in the country illegally — but was it...
Despite a last-ditch appeal to Immigrations and Customs Enforcement for an extension, a Draper woman who has been living in the United States for the past two decades is being deported back to Colombi
A 36-hour scramble to undo a Draper mother's deportation failed Friday as she awaited a connecting flight from Orlando, Florida, to Colombia.
She was deported, then detained after missing her flight. Attorneys used the extra hours to push for permission to stay. But ran out of time.
This morning Isabel, a middle-aged Mormon woman from Colombia who has lived in the US for years, left her home in Draper, Utah and was forced to board a plane bound for Colombia. ICE, acting under wha
It was a phone call that Isabel will long remember. Early Thursday morning she was told her last appeal to fight off deportation was denied.
SALT LAKE CITY — Members of Mormon Women for Ethical Government and other groups gathered at the Salt Lake City International Airport Thursday morning in a show of solidarity for a woman who has been
On Thursday, members of Salt Lake City’s Mormon community gathered at the Salt Lake International Airport over concerns that a local LDS woman was being
She was deported, then detained after missing her flight. Attorneys used the extra hours to push for permission to stay. But ran out of time.
Mormon women, children and other concerned people gathered Thursday morning at Salt Lake City International Airport in a show of solidarity for an area woman who had been ordered by immigration agents