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2017 Total Eclipse

Rep. Dave Lifferth's Report Card

Report card  '13  '14  '15
Attndance 100% 96% 100%
TaxPyrs #1 100% #11 88%  #21
 82%
Sutherlnd #15 79% #8
89%
#14
94%
Parents
Choice Ed
#20
89%
#8 88%
Libertas #36 45%   #24
  69%
#3 90%

UEA
#45
47%
#52 47%
Grassroots
55%
#14 63% #10 68%
Votes with constits surveys 100% 98%
(100% w/ delgts)
97%
(100% w/ delgts)

Incresd Ed
Funding
2% 3.5% 9.4%
Emails sent >23k >30k >30k


Named '13,'14 Business Champion by SL Chamber of Commerce

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Eclipse 2017

Blog Posts

Rep. Lifferth receives more recognition as conservaitve legislator

Posted by David Lifferth on July 13, 2017 at 1:25pm 0 Comments

 





Back to Back Libertas' Defender of Liberty Awards


Friend of the Taxpayer Award for 2016


2013-2016 Advocacy Groups Rankings for Rep. Lifferth…

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Lifferth gets a link on Drudge Report 5/26/17

Posted by David Lifferth on May 26, 2017 at 11:27am 0 Comments

https://www.yahoo.com/tech/utah-law-could-send-online-bullies-jail-criticized-002955637.html

Last year, they considered a similar measure but stripped out a section on identifying information because of some concerns with its broad language, according to then-Rep. David Lifferth, a Republican who sponsored the 2016 bill. Lawmakers said they ran out of time to approve it.

"I just can't imagine a situation where this would be inappropriately…

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2017 Utah Taxpayers Legislator Rankings

Posted by David Lifferth on March 26, 2017 at 5:15pm 0 Comments

http://www.utahtaxpayers.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/2017-Scorecard-Final.pdf





House Friend of the Taxpayer:

Rep. Brad Daw (100%), Rep. Keith Grover (100%), Rep. Mike Kennedy (100%), Rep. Karianne Lisonbee (100%), Rep. Cory Maloy (100%), Rep. Marc Roberts (100%), Rep. Norm Thurston (100%), Rep. Gage Froerer (100%), Rep. Dan McCay (100%), Rep. Paul Ray (100%), Rep. Kim Coleman (100%), Rep. John Knotwell (100%), Rep. Jim Dunnigan (100%), Rep. Brian Greene (100%), Rep. Kay Christofferson (92%), Rep. Steve Eliason (92%), Rep. Justin Fawson (92%), Rep. Adam Gardiner (92%), Rep. Steve Handy (92%), Rep. Mike McKell (92%), Rep. Jeff Moss (92%), Rep. Val Peterson (92%), Rep. Dixon Pitcher (92%), Rep. Susan Pulsipher (92%), Rep. Tim Quinn (92%), Rep. Curt Webb (92%), Rep. Tim Hawkes (91%), Rep. Ken Ivory (91%), Rep. Doug Sagers (91%), Rep. Scott…

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2017 Libertas Legislator Rankings

Posted by David Lifferth on March 20, 2017 at 2:31pm 0 Comments

http://libertasutah.org/resources/legislator-indexes/the-2017-libertas-legislator-index/

House

Legislator    2017 Rating    Rank

Greene, B. (R)    100%    1

Roberts, M. (R)    98%    2

Knotwell, J. (R)    94%    3

McCay, D. (R)    94%    3

Hall, C. (R)    92%    5

Moss, J. (R)    87%    6

Lisonbee, K. (R)    84%    7

Maloy, A.C. (R)    83%    8

Gibson, F. (R)    81%    9

Kennedy, M. (R)    79%    10

Ivory, K. (R)    78%    11

Coleman, K. (R)    74%    12

Sanpei, D. (R)    73%    13

Peterson, V. (R)    72%    14

Daw, B. (R)    71%    15

Froerer, G. (R)    71%    15

Peterson, J. (R)    70%    17

Christofferson, K. (R)    68%    18

Gardiner, A. (R)    68%    19

Stanard, J. (R)    68%    19

Stratton, K. (R)    67%    21

McKell, M. (R)    66%    22

Quinn, T. (R)    66%  …

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Jonathan Johson's list of 2017 Legislative Tax Increases

Posted by David Lifferth on March 20, 2017 at 10:27am 0 Comments

Here are five tax and fee increases passed by the Utah Legislature:

More gas tax hikes • After increasing gasoline taxes by 4.9 cents a gallon in 2015, this year the Legislature again increased gasoline taxes. Senate Bill 276, sponsored by Sen. Kevin Van Tassell, increases gas taxes by 0.6 cents a gallon and 1.2 cents per gallon increased in 2019 and 2020 — totaling an estimated increase of $4.2 million in 2019 and $14.6 million in 2020. The law also allows for bigger annual hikes (16 percent as opposed to 12 percent) until a legal cap of 40 cents per gallon. This is a tax hike that promises to keep on taking.

Upping your phone bill • Prior to the Legislature passing SB 198, Utah already had the 16th highest wireless tax rate among the states. Welcome to the top 10! This bill, sponsored by Sen. Wayne Harper, increases the fees by $6.72 per phone line (landline and wireless) per year. Utahns will…

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Rep. Lifferth's support of electric vehicles but not tax breaks for them described in Deseret News article

Posted by David Lifferth on October 26, 2016 at 7:52pm 0 Comments

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865662284/Joint-partnership-promotes-expanded-use-of-electric-vehicles.html?pg=all

Joint partnership promotes expanded use of electric vehicles

While improved air quality is a major issue for most Utahns, some civic leaders have expressed concern regarding the use of government tax breaks to incentivize the…

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Rep. Lifferth again recognized as a Chamber of Commerce Business Champion

Posted by David Lifferth on October 26, 2016 at 7:44pm 0 Comments

In 2016, Rep. Lifferth was again recognized as a Chamber of Commerce Business Champion. Despite voting against some of the crony capitalism bills such as the Facebook tax break, Lifferth's support for a pro-business environment for all business has again earned him recognition by the Chamber of Commerce.

Rep. LIfferth one of few Legislators recognized as a Conservatibve in Utah

Posted by David Lifferth on October 26, 2016 at 7:37pm 0 Comments

The American Conservative Union recently recognized Rep. Lifferth as one of only 10 Conservative Representatives and Senators in the Utah State Legislature.  Interestingly, there were ZERO Utah State Senators that were recognized as conservative. There were only 10 Representatives that were recognized for their Conservative Achievement in 2016.

Along with Lifferth, Representatives Coleman, Greene, Knotwell, McCay, Roberts, Stanard, and Stratton were also recognized with teh "Award for Conservative Achievement" in 2016.…

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Rep. Lifferth only elected official in North West Utah County to vote against Tax Break for Facebook

Posted by David Lifferth on October 26, 2016 at 7:21pm 0 Comments

Rep. Lifferth was the only elected official in North West Utah County to vote against Tax Break for Facebook.

The $300 Million tax break for Facebook passed by large margins in the Utah State House and Senate and a smaller $100 Million tax break was approved by the Utah State Board of Education. In the end, Facebook chose to build their data center in New Mexico which had given even larger incentives to Facebook which is one of the biggest companies in the world.

http://le.utah.gov/DynaBill/svotes.jsp?sessionid=2016S3&voteid=8&house=S…

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