"We need to value our children as much as we value our businesses. They are 33 percent of our population and 100 percent of our future," (Terry Haven, Voices for Utah Children).
SALT LAKE CITY - As the nation gears up to celebrate Independence Day, some of those who have fought hard to defend it also fight to stay afloat financially.
An estimated 13,000 Utah families with parents who are veterans or still in the military receive tax credits that help put food on the table, according to a new analysis.
An innovative partnership involving Goldman Sachs, a school district in Utah, and several community charities could expand that school system's early-education program while also saving taxpayers money and earning money for the investment bank.
Links to media coverage (to download pdf's see attachments below). The new Annie E. Casey Foundation National KIDS COUNT report shows Utah's ranking for overall child well-being dropped from 11th to 14th. More kids in poverty, officials say - The…
Feds OK Primary Care Network until Nov. 15 as state decides whether to expand Medicaid.
People like those who run Goldman Sachs and J.B. Pritzker don't make investments without due diligence.