This story originally appeared on deseret.com. Read it in its entirety here. At times exchanging snarky, but good-natured jabs at one another and periodically drawing laughs or applause from the audience, the first major Salt Lake City mayoral debate Wednesday night put candidates through their paces on issues ranging from homelessness and housing to air
This article originally appeared on Fox 13. Read it in its entirety here. SALT LAKE CITY — What just happened? The Utah State Legislature just happened! Hard to believe it was 45 days ago that lawmakers opened the 2019 legislative session to protests over their plans to replace Proposition 3, the voter-approved Medicaid-expansion ballot initiative.
This article originally appeared at PublicNewsService.org. Read the article in its entirety here. SALT LAKE CITY – The cost of buying or renting a home in Utah has been on the rise for years. Now, affordable-housing advocates say state government needs to take action before Utah reaches a crisis point. The Alliance for a Better Utah and Crossroads
‘Where do they go?’: With prices rising, advocates urge Utah leaders to focus on affordable housing to help reduce homelessness
This article originally appeared in the Salt Lake Tribune. Click here to read the article in its entirety. As officials dissect the first year of Operation Rio Grande, some are pointing to deep structural problems in Utah’s housing markets as a major contributor to homelessness. State, county and city leaders touted their progress last week in the
(KUTV) — Crossroads Urban Center and Alliance for a Better Utah launched a video on social media Monday about the homelessness crisis in Utah. The video released outlines the growing affordable housing issue in Utah and asked the question about impacted Utahns, “where do they go?” Statistics in the video report a 40 percent increase
PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 13, 2018 #WHEREDOTHEYGO VIDEO LAUNCHED HIGHLIGHTING HOMELESSNESS CRISIS IN UTAH Salt Lake City, UT – Last Thursday, Crossroads Urban Center and Alliance for a Better Utah hosted a launch event for the preview of a short video bringing attention to the homelessness crisis in Utah. The video outlined the
Source: KCPW On the final day of the 2017 Utah State Legislative Session, Roger McDonough and Chase Thomas talk about various funding priorities, about changes to alcohol policy, and about measures related to homelessness. Throughout this year’s meeting of state lawmakers, KCPW and Alliance for a Better Utah have partnered to provide Better Utah Legislative