Residents in one county in Utah are now expected to buy lights that don't cause "light trespassing."
Utah's Constitution should recognize and protect each person's right to work, helping ensure that occupational licensure laws be narrowly tailored and reasonable.
Dozens of families hoping to stop their child's seizures with CBD have decide not to continue participating in the program. But why?
Justice and Due Process
If private businesses are held legally accountable to the public, why isn't government?
Beware the graveyard of bad policy ideas. Just when they seem to be defeated once and for all, they rise up from the grave again. We affectionately call these policy ideas “zombies.”
The Alpine School District offers a great example for how public schools can respect the right of parents to excuse their child's absences.
Something as small as a parking ticket could eventually land you in jail. But what if there was a legal alternative to paying a fine?
The state's interest in protecting public safety is too often used as justification for regulations that exceed that limited scope.
As Utah economy continues to grow, the housing market remains stagnant. The reason why is not what you might expect.
Stores around the Beehive State are selling CBD oil, telling customers that the products are legal. They're not.