Rockville, Utah has banned commercial activity within their town's borders. This unfair policy hurts the economy by limiting growth and encouraging tourists and residents to spend their money outside of the town.
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.
Want to practice bowenwork in Utah? It will cost you thousands of dollars and hundreds of unnecessary hours—all because the government thinks you need to learn massage therapy.
The Riverton City Council and mayor have decided to eliminate license fees for all businesses.
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...
Why are bureaucrats being required to micromanage upholsterers and clothiers?
The state's interest in protecting public safety is too often used as justification for regulations that exceed that limited scope.