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Each year we read each of the 800+ bills that are proposed and curate a list of the best and worst for you to track and help influence.

Op-Eds

Car sharing shouldn’t be criminalized at the airport


Salt Lake City and the Airport are criminalizing Utahns who share their vehicle using Turo.

Free Market

Didn’t We Leave Prohibition Behind?


Earlier this week the Deseret News published an op-ed from the Sutherland Institute advocating some rather odd policies with regards to alcohol. Clothed in a cloak of “compromise” were the following proposals: Allow grocery stores to sell beer...

Policy Analysis

Phasing Out the Annual Tax on Business Supplies


Business owners in Utah need to be freed from the double taxation and burdensome compliance costs of the Tangible Personal Property Tax.

Op-Eds

Utah Sales Tax Reform: Better Now Than Later


As the economy continues to become more service-oriented rather than goods-oriented, Utah needs to adapt by taxing services and reducing overall tax rates. The result could mean a net win for Utah taxpayers—something for which we are a bit overdue.

Policy Analysis

Keeping the Peace Between Neighbors Without Restricting Rights


The term “big government” typically invokes images of Congress or the Legislature, but it is likewise applicable, in many ways, to laws that affect our lives in a far more direct manner, at a local level. Hitting close to home, the rules and regulations...

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