Taylor Stevens State Government Reporter
  • Salt Lake City
  • The Salt Lake Tribune
  • 801-257-8754

Taylor covers Utah politics and government for The Tribune, where she has worked since January 2017. A Salt Lake native and Westminster College alumna, Taylor first joined The Tribune team as an intern on a single day’s notice.

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Focus Areas

  • State Government
  • Politics

63 Articles
25 days ago
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Advocates worry punitive employee agreements will deprive communities of mental health services

Utah Behavior Services has filed lawsuits against a total of 14 former employees in the last seven years.

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6 months ago
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Why doesn’t Utah’s second largest county have a homeless shelter?

Advocates disagree about whether there’s a need for an emergency homeless shelter in Utah County, but many people fam...

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over 1 year ago
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Can this St. George homeless shelter’s businesses help it stand without government funding?

Social enterprise efforts at Switchpoint are meant to make money, clear away barriers to exiting homelessness and hel...

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over 1 year ago
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‘Kayak court’ brings the justice system to Salt Lake City’s homeless on the banks of the Jordan R...

The Salt Lake City Justice Court’s new “kayak court" is an effort to offer legal help to people experiencing homeless...

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over 1 year ago
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Moab’s housing crisis is making it harder to get people experiencing homelessness off the streets

Longtime residents and housing experts say the tourism industry in Moab has contributed to a growing housing crunch, ...

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over 1 year ago
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No refuge in redrock | The Salt Lake Tribune

As tourism booms in Moab, Grand County’s unsheltered population faces a lack of services and shelter.

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over 1 year ago
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Utah renters are doubling up with roommates, family members to make ends meet

Amid the state’s affordable housing crisis, many Utahns have moved in with family or friends, sometimes sleeping on c...

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over 1 year ago
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After discovering their shared cheating boyfriend, 3 Utah women moved into a bus to see the West ...

Three women whose boyfriend cheated on them with the others have moved into a converted school bus together to travel...

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over 1 year ago
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Please forgo personal fireworks this year, Utah elected leaders beg

In lieu of widespread government action on fireworks amid the worst drought the state has seen in decades, a coalitio...

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over 1 year ago
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High rents and COVID-19 push Utahns into the ‘van life’

In what some say is spurred on by social media momentum, people from across the state appear to have been moving out ...

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over 1 year ago
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An anti-camping ordinance in Provo has pushed the unsheltered out of view. Where have they gone?

The Provo City Council approved a camping ordinance in 2017 in response to complaints about campers and other unshelt...

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over 1 year ago
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The Road Home opens new 65-unit apartment complex to get the chronically homeless off the streets

A new permanent supportive housing development in downtown Salt Lake City will bring at least 65 people experiencing ...

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