This bill expands existing grant programs for rural economic development.
This bill replaces a state licensing requirement with a certification process for court reporters.
This bill makes several changes to criminal law, including making it a first degree felony to cause the death of another person as a result of distributed drugs.
Current protectionist policies allow government-owned liquor stores to sell beer above a certain alcohol limit, but not grocery and convenience stores. As of this April, Utah will be one of only two states that restrict grocery...
Instead of starting the budgeting process with last year's budget and simply adding (and very rarely subtracting) to it, legislative committees should start fresh—from zero.
This bill passed the House 54-20 and did not receive a vote in the Senate. For several years, Representative Paul Ray has sponsored legislation to enact a heavy tax on electronic cigarettes and their supplies. This year, the...
This bill would allow a person who is issued a protective order to conceal carry a firearm for up to 120 days after the order was issued, without needing a concealed firearm permit.