This bill provides for small income tax cuts over time through a revenue trigger tied to Utah's GDP growth and income tax growth.
These bills remove USTAR from code and move $15 million of funding to economic and workforce development programs.
This bill reduces licensure requirements for court reporters, hunting guides, and those who manufacture or repair bedding, upholstered furniture, quilted clothing, or filling material.
This bill reduces the level of penalty for polygamy, in order to reduce abuse within communities that live in fear of reporting to law enforcement and integrating into society.
This bill creates a process in which a court may order the forcible removal of a person's firearms based on an ex parte order in which the firearm owner may not defend themselves against the allegations.