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Deseret News: Op-Ed. Freedom to feel safe in our communities (Feb. 15, 2018)

I spent hours answering calls on sexual assault crisis lines as a graduate student. In my training, I was taught to answer the phone with a simple “hello,” because we had no way of knowing if the person dialing was the one seeking services or their abuser checking the phone calls of the individual seeking help. 

KSL: Utah candidate part of record number of women running for office (Jan. 31, 2018)

Access to affordable health care is a top priority for Ghorbani, who officially filed her election paperwork in September. Ghorbani insists that designing a health care system that gives access to affordable care will solve a host of problems facing the country — and Utah in particular.

Salt Lake Tribune, Commentary: Dreamers are Americans waiting for solutions (Jan. 27)

Dreamers are Americans waiting for solutions. We are all Americans waiting for solutions. I was lucky enough to hit the jackpot to be born as an American, and you know what? I took my mom’s words to heart and every day I’m paying it forward, so that each and every child across this great nation who works hard every day can get ahead. 

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Cover of Time Magazine (Jan. 18, 2018)

A Year Ago, They Marched. Now a Record Number of Women Are Running for Office

'Every Woman Has a Story.' How Women Are Turning Their Rage Into Political Action

"These women-led protests and movements and the elevating of discourse about harassment and sexual violence against women are definitely connected," says Shireen Ghorbani, a 36-year old communications professional who plans to run for Congress in Utah’s 2nd district. "We have to create more space where women are in decision making rooms."

Utah woman's run for Congress featured on TIME magazine cover - KUTV

Bad for St. George

When Rep. Chris Stewart voted for the dubiously-named Tax Cut and Jobs Act, he voted against affordable housing. This bill is bad for business and bad for St. George. This community urgently needs solutions to affordable housing, not more roadblocks.

Commentary: Utah’s Rep. Stewart still not doing enough to protect women

Stewart’s record is lacking in both government transparency and legislation that supports women.

New York Magazine: The Cut

What’s the fastest way to fix a broken system? Take it over, say the record number of female candidates running for office in 2018 for the first time.