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Utah housing permits plummet in April
Utah housing building permits decreased from 3,070 in March to 2,089 in April, a 32% decrease. Interestingly, this came just after a March in which the greater Salt Lake City area (MSA) saw the highest number of housing permits in decades, and perhaps ever over 1,500. The next month, they plummeted: April saw a decrease to just over 800.
Utah Medicaid will now cover COVID-19 testing for uninsured residents
The Utah Department of Health announced that Utah Medicaid will now cover COVID-19-related diagnostic testing and services for uninsured individuals.
United Way of Salt Lake supports Utah students through 10th annual Stuff the Bus supply drive
Summer break is just beginning, but students across the state are already preparing for an uncertain school year ahead.
CRN recognizes StorageCraft as a 'Coolest Data Protection Company' on 2020 Storage 100 list
StorageCraft announced that CRN, a brand of The Channel Company, has named StorageCraft to its first ever 2020 Storage 100 list. In its ranking, CRN highlighted StorageCraft as one of 20 Coolest Data Protection Companies. The ranking was compiled by a panel of CRN editors, and acknowledges leading storage vendors who provide transformative, cutting-edge solutions.
England Logistics ranked among Transport Topics' 2020 Top Freight Brokerage Firms
England Logistics has been ranked 16th on Transport Topics' list of the Top Freight Brokerage Firms in 2020. The company has been recognized 16 years in a row among Transport Topics' Top Freight Brokerage Firms.
Some of Utah's growth challenges take a breather but not for long
Everyone wants to know what will conditions be like when the pandemic crisis recedes and life settles into a "new normal?"
Armchair discussion with Int'l Trade Assistant Secretary Ian Steff: Growing Utah's trade in challenging times
Assistant Secretary for Global Markets and Director General of the Foreign Commercial Service, Ian Steff, has been invited to participate in a "virtual armchair discussion" with President and CEO of the World Trade Center of Utah, Miles Hansen. 

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