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Is justice served with overwhelming fines?


Fines and fees can be overwhelming, but there's a way to help minimize the negative impact they pose on a person's life.

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How code enforcement became a pawn in neighborhood disputes


Anonymous complaints hinder an objective and just code enforcement process.

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How Utah just expanded access to justice


Last week, the court unanimously approved a first-in-the-nation pilot program to expand access to legal help by allowing Utahns to begin offering non-traditional legal services.

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Utah Should Embrace the Innovation that Springs from Economic Disruption


Fear of the new is an age-old problem. Even in the technology age with its rapid innovations, constant fears of worst-case scenarios arise—but typically end up being unfounded.

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Smart statewide police reform will benefit Utah citizens and officers alike


The policies outlined above, and the strong public opinion behind them, suggest how Utah can proceed to address these problems while keeping our communities safe, ensuring good officers aren’t put at risk unnecessarily, and making sure bad actors are held...