The desire to use new technologies in the name of protecting the community cannot come at the expense of an individual’s fundamental rights.
Homeowners in Utah should be allowed to convert a portion of their home into an accessory apartment.
This bill is a workable step toward a more responsible deployment of police dogs, ensuring that both canines and their handlers are properly trained on a yearly basis.
Limited and Open Government
Even if the golf course plans went off without a hitch, financially speaking, the question remains: is this the proper role of government and an appropriate use of taxpayer money? The answer is no.
This bill allows parents to excuse their children from government schools for issues pertaining to mental health.
With or without the effects of COVID-19, Utah seniors need targeted relief from the increasing burden of property taxes.
Under this bill, certain retirees would receive a non-refundable income tax credit for up to $450 on their social security benefits.
The justice court system would benefit from a thorough review. Utahns deserve consideration of circumstances and to have corruption stopped before it starts.
This bill ensures that Utahns 21 and up do not need a permit to exercise their right to conceal carry a firearm.
Justice and Due Process
Modern technology improves our lives, but is the law keeping up with it to ensure our right to privacy? The practice of "reverse warrants" suggests it's not.