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Voices for Utah Children's Mother's Day gift idea: Extend the Utah-Friendly Provisions of Federal Tax Credits

02 June 2015
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Voices for Utah Children Seeks State Fiscal Policy Analyst

18 May 2015
Voices for Utah Children is a nonprofit, nonpartisan multi-issue policy research and advocacy organization that works to improve the lives of children and families. Our work includes providing independent analysis on Utah tax, budget and related policy matters, with particular…

In April, Voices for Utah Children got the word out about National Immunization Week and Equal Pay Day.

07 May 2015
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Utah celebrates #EqualPayDay

14 April 2015
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The Legislative session, a new CEO, a statewide day of giving, and a new documentary about Utah kids

08 April 2015
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The Utah Legislature is in session and Voices for Utah Children is speaking out for Utah's kids.

09 March 2015
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It is tax season and Voices for Utah Children has been studying how Utah taxes and wages affect Utah kids.

25 February 2015
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Contact Lawmakers to Support Evidence-based Home Visiting Programs

03 February 2015
 Here is a simple email form to help you email lawmakers about funding evidence-based home visiting. You can also fill out the form in full-screen version here.

Support for New Parents

02 February 2015
In 2013, the Utah Department of Health interviewed Utah mothers who had experienced poor birth outcomes such as preterm birth, stillbirth, or infant death. Several women mentioned the importance of a support network. As one mother said, "I would love…

A Two-Generation Approach to End Poverty in Utah

26 January 2015
Children who grow up in poverty are more likely to be poor as adults, while those who grow up in more affluent families are more likely to be affluent later in life. There is considerable evidence that children and parents…