Speaking of Kids Blog

February 23, 2017

Tax Reform and Utah's Most Vulnerable Populations

Open Letter to the Utah Legislature February 23, 2017 Dear Senators and Representatives: We, the…
February 15, 2017

The Utah Intergenerational Poverty Work and Self-sufficiency Tax Credit

Voices for Utah Children Supports HB 294, the Utah Intergenerational Poverty Work and Self-sufficiency Tax…
February 14, 2017

Pocket Cards for Utah Lawmakers

The basic premise of KIDS COUNT is that in order to affect good policy change…
February 13, 2017

Planned pregnancies are healthier pregnancies.

New factsheets by the University of Utah School of Medicine describe two policy solutions that…
February 07, 2017

Lawmakers should fund the Baby Watch Early Intervention Program

Comprehensive Early Intervention Services minimize the impact of disabilities for infants and toddlers improving lifelong…
February 07, 2017

Lincoln Nehring Chosen as Insurance Consumer Representative

Lincoln Nehring, president and CEO of Voices for Utah Children, has been selected by the…
February 01, 2017

In Support of Medicaid Standards for Children

Why We Care About Medicaid “EPSDT” Benefits and So Should You While threats to the…
January 31, 2017

Block grants or per capita caps would undermine the Medicaid program.

Changes to Medicaid’s financing structure through a block grant or per capita cap would create…
January 12, 2017

A reflection of who we are

This op-ed by Tess Davis, Senior Policy Analyst at Voices for Utah Children, was originally…