While we don't love all the compromised parts, here are ten ways in which the proposed agreement is an improvement from Prop 2.
If true demand for any of these recreation or entertainment activities actually exists, then private providers most often will respond if given the opportunity.
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.
What happened here in Utah other than sending Mitt Romney to Washington and that Ben McAdams may have beat Mia Love?
Here lie the five pieces of legislation that, sadly, never made it out of the House and Senate alive.
Runaway healthcare costs are the gift that the federal government wants to keep on giving. The gift this year for consideration? Medicaid expansion, which is on your ballot in the form of Prop 3.
A federal prosecutor basically claimed that civil asset forfeiture is no big deal. Here, we respond.
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.
Justice and Due Process
Utah is the only state with a law requiring police transparency regarding “forcible entry” (no-knock or knock-and-announce) warrants and the use of SWAT teams. This year’s report marks the fourth since the law...
Another year, another proposal to increase taxes — and this time, it’s a group called Our Schools Now asking Utahns to raise their gas taxes in the form of Question 1 on your voting ballot.