Health reform • If Utah doesn't expand its Medicaid eligibility, what will happen to those who don't qualify and now rely on the state's Primary Care Network?
Affordable Care Act • Report says partial expansion, or none, would cost Utah millions.
Though Utah's economy has been showing overall improvement and steady job growth, 'Kids Count,' a new report by the Annie E. Casey Foundation has found that child poverty in the state is growing.
Summer for most teens means vacations, parties and freedom from the halls of their school. For many teens it also means three months to earn some cash to pay for a car, college or a new tablet for the upcoming…
Fighting poverty is a growth industry that perpetuates the cycle of poverty. We have created a vast network of specialized social service bureaucracies that help people based on symptoms rather than causes. It's like giving a patient an aspirin when…
Reform • A deal struck by Herbert will keep Avenue H for Utah's small businesses, let the federal government run a market for individuals.
Child poverty is on the rise in Utah, a trend child advocates say drives down many other measures of child well-being.
The number of Utah children living in poverty is continuing to increase, according to the KIDS COUNT 2013 report released this week.