The state of Utah recently spent $2.75 million on a contact tracing app as part of the state's efforts to combat the spread of COVID-19. However, a lot adoption rate of the app is proving the investment in the app to be quite...
Price gouging laws are preventing more people from having goods they need most, when they are most needed.
Justice and Due Process
Across a wide range of questions, Utah voters clearly feel strongly about police reform in the beehive state.
Limited and Open Government
This proposal establishes oversight to ensure government agencies can't just use whatever surveillance technologies they want, without broader input/engagement first.
UPDATE: This article now reflects the final Senate Bill 2001, that was passed in special session on December 12, 2019. The following is a commentary on the tax reform proposal passed out by the Tax Restructuring and Equalization...
You have questions about the Utah Medical Cannabis Act. Here, we have some answers.
By focusing on nuisance and safety, those with their own private property can be afforded the chance to enjoy their animals, so long as proper guidelines regarding placement and fencing are followed.
The Beehive, a newly launched online newsletter, recently sent questions to various parties interested in Prop 2, including Libertas. The following rebuttal addresses answers provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day...
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Tax exemptions in local development areas or agencies hurt communities more than elected officials often realize.