Why are local governments competing with private business?

If true demand for any of these recreation or entertainment activities actually exists, then private providers most often will respond if given the opportunity.


Why you shouldn’t fear the peer-to-peer economy

Utah’s Constitution requires a free market, yet every year it seems that incumbent companies use antiquated laws to try to shut down their upstart competitors.


Haunting on the Hill

Here lie the five pieces of legislation that, sadly, never made it out of the House and Senate alive.


Civil forfeiture is worse than its proponents proclaim

A federal prosecutor basically claimed that civil asset forfeiture is no big deal. Here, we respond.

Property Rights

An Alternative to Raising Taxes to Fund K-12 Education

With steady tax increases in Utah, it's clear that the state doesn't have a revenue problem—it has a spending problem. Here's something that can help.


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