Utah’s KIDS COUNT child health ranking drops from 7th in 2015 to 27th in 2016

Aug 16, 2016Report, Family Stability, Health

Utah now has one of the lowest rates of child health insurance coverage in the nation. Even more alarming, Utah is worst in the nation for insuring Hispanic children and children with family incomes below 200% of the federal poverty level. Nationwide, 9.7 percent of Hispanic children are uninsured but 23.4 percent of Utah Hispanic children are uninsured. In 2014, 17 percent of Utah children in families living below poverty did not have health insurance coverage compared to 7 percent nationwide.

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Support for Utah Bill HB 68: Full Disclosure for Tenants

Support for Utah Bill HB 68: Full Disclosure for Tenants

Utah bill HB 68 (Rental Expenses Disclosure Requirements) would make the rental process for tenants more fair and transparent by requiring landlords to disclose specific information before a potential renter pays any application fee. Specifically, landlords would need...

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