Several bills we proposed have helped low-income Utahns get access to more justice.
Tax Day is here — but we need a broader discussion about tax reform in Utah.
A new law clarifies that parents can excuse their child from government schools not only for physical illnesses, but mental ones also.
The controversial arrest of a University of Utah nurse led to important warrant reform regarding the seizure of an individual's blood.
Over-criminalization is a plague that has spread across the country, including Utah. With over 10,000 laws and new ones being passed every year, there comes a point when the criminal code needs to be reexamined.
Reforming healthcare will take revolutionary changes in the industry. "Right to Shop" is one of those revolutionary ideas that passed the Utah Legislature this session.
A new report released today by the Utah State Auditor shows that while government employees receive salaries lower than market rates, they are given compensation packages, including a pension, that are higher than what private...
While Utah strives to maintain an image of “best for business” and “best managed,” its 88,150 restrictive regulations reveal a much different picture.
Like Santa, SWAT's making a list… and, hopefully, checking it twice before they invade someone's home.
Utah has become very good at winning what could be called, “best of the worst” awards: “Best Managed State”, “Best State for Business”, “Best Economic Outlook." But as a deeper reading of the recently published Fraser Institute’s...