Op-Eds

It’s time to eliminate civil asset forfeiture


For years, prosecutors and police have unfortunately pushed back against reforming civil asset forfeiture. But it’s time to resolve things in a way where all sides can accomplish their goal and be satisfied.

Justice and Due Process

What’s Next For Data Privacy?


With DNA testing services on the rise, it's important to protect that sensitive information from invasive searches.

Op-Eds

Get The Government Off My Lawn


In many Utah cities, an unkempt lawn is a criminal offense—should it be?

Free Market

But How Business Friendly is Utah Really?


Hidden behind the shiny veneer of awards and platitudes lie a number of policies showing that Utah isn’t as business friendly as it could and should be.

Justice and Due Process

Is the Warrant System Working Well?


If warrants are being issued in mere seconds, is the justice system working?

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