This bill increases the cash rebates and tax incentives that can be given to film companies.
This bill makes the failure to have a front license plate a primary offense, allowing law enforcement to pull you over and give you a ticket.
This bill protects Utahn's family farms from trivial eminent domain takings.
This bill lowers the allowed vehicle tint for the front two windows from 43% to 25%, letting Utahns use darker tint.
This bill passed the house with a vote of 56-16, and passed the senate with a vote of 23-1. Under current law, the personal information about an individual who obtains a driver license is shared with others, including private...
This bill removes a requirement for police officers to obtain a warrant before accessing a person's prescription drug history.
This bill allocates 30 million taxpayer dollars, and 10 million dollars every year in the future, to be spent on subsidizing "affordable housing" for individuals who qualify.