With steady tax increases in Utah, it's clear that the state doesn't have a revenue problem—it has a spending problem. Here's something that can help.
If more money is truly the goal, then let’s stop kicking the K-12 education gas can down the road. Question 1 merely perpetuates a problem—and it certainly isn’t a solution.
Most everyone agrees that our healthcare system is broken. Prices continue to skyrocket and affordability seems to be a pipe dream for many people. So what, if anything, can be done to help fix it?
We've been working with a coalition of different Utah organizations to develop a corporate tax credit that could be used to fund a new scholarship program for special needs students.
Utah law currently has overly burdensome regulations regarding the amount of tint you can get for your vehicle. Libertas Institute has been working to change that in the future.
The Riverton City Council and mayor have decided to eliminate license fees for all businesses.
Yes, there are crises and epidemics that need to be addressed, but there are real solutions in our own communities that are working and putting a real dent in the problem.
Several bills we proposed have helped low-income Utahns get access to more justice.