Property rights sound great in theory, but the law still needs to be improved to make sure the government can't take your property when it thinks it needs it.
The following op-ed was published by Fox Business last week. The Colorado governor signed a bill into law this month that will allow children to operate a lemonade stand. without a permit. You didn’t know they...
Justice and Due Process
Three different unconstitutional statutes dealing with private sexual conduct were repealed this year by the Utah Legislature.
Last November, Utah voters passed Prop 2. A month later, Governor Herbert called the Legislature into a special session to pass an amended version of what voters had passed — a proposal that had some additional limitations but...
The “third party doctrine” might have made some sense before the digital era, but our inherent reliance on numerous third parties to facilitate any digital interaction makes it clear that the case law needs a major overhaul.
Salt Lake City and the Airport are criminalizing Utahns who share their vehicle using Turo.
Everything we buy has a price tag on it, except one of the most important things: health care services. Here's why—and how—that needs to change.
While we don't love all the compromised parts, here are ten ways in which the proposed agreement is an improvement from Prop 2.
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.
A federal prosecutor basically claimed that civil asset forfeiture is no big deal. Here, we respond.