This bill provides a tax decrease to small businesses and removes much of the onerous paperwork and reporting that is currently required when reporting business supplies.
This bill instructs the Utah Department of Health to seek waivers designed to allow for more flexibility in how this welfare program is administered.
This bill enacts stricter protections for home-based business owners to receive an exemption from paying a fee, since so many cities have refused to follow last year's law.
In addition to other tax and fee increases, this bill forces a huge tax increase on Utahns who already voted against it by overturning Prop 1.
This bill reduces burdensome licensure requirements for apprentices looking to get involved in the hair care industry.