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Local officials in smoggy Utah are fighting to reduce pollution and move toward solar and other renewable energy sources.
The decade-long rise in youth suicide in the U.S. has been particularly steep in Utah, which has launched several suicide prevention efforts aimed at young people.
By The Pew Charitable Trusts
September 29, 2016
Launched by the White House, the Data-Driven Justice Initiative wants to lower prison inmate numbers and increase the number of prisoners receiving health care and mental health services with proven methods.
Among the priorities for 2016 fellows: Improve access to health and human services, reduce incarceration levels and promote economic development.
From the Kentucky gubernatorial election to ballot measures on affordable housing in San Francisco, here are some of the races and initiatives we were tracking.
Also: Salt Lake charter school teachers are ‘unqualified,’ not sticking around and judge orders Arkansas to reveal the identity of its execution-drug supplier.
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