Justice and Due Process
A new report reveals how often, and why, police and prosecutors are taking property from people not convicted of a crime.
Without a constitutional guideline to provide guard rails, occupational licensure has grown out of control.
The following op-ed was published this week in St. George News. Last year, Governor Herbert issued an executive order to mandate that regulations from the state “shall not impose unnecessary burdens” on the economy or on...
A new law makes it easier for low-income Utahns in debt to the state to expunge their past crimes.
A new law in Utah (finally!) allows food producers to sell directly to consenting customers without being crushed by regulatory burdens along the way.
If at first you don't succeed, try again — so that's what the legislature did when it comes to food truck regulations.
Legislation we proposed has now become the first of its kind in the country, protecting parental rights from overeager bureaucrats and police officers.
Zach Jacob, Director of Development Zach’s first foray into public service was running for student body secretary in sixth grade. Since then, he has served on his kids’ school community council, his city’s...
We live in the Beehive State, yet beekeeping is illegal unless you first register with the government.
Why are bureaucrats being required to micromanage upholsterers and clothiers?