This bill authorizes the use of autonomous vehicles on Utah roads.
This bill gives $1 million in tax revenue to Silicon Slopes to market its conference.
This bill requires municipalities to jump through some hoops, such as commissioning a market impact study, prior to approving a new government enterprise that competes with a private market alternative.
This bill allows people licensed in a profession by another state to more easily obtain a license in that same profession in Utah.
This bill lowers the regulations and burdens placed upon cow owners in Utah who wish to sell their raw milk to others.
This bill requires Utah's public employee insurance program to create savings reward programs to allow government employees to shop for low cost health care service options.
Utah's Constitution needs to protect what judges no longer do—the right to pursue a peaceful occupation of one's choosing.
The state's interest in protecting public safety is too often used as justification for regulations that exceed that limited scope.
As Utah economy continues to grow, the housing market remains stagnant. The reason why is not what you might expect.
Price shopping for medical services can be very difficult and time consuming, as prices aren’t generally accurate, and they vary depending on who’s paying the bill. If you have to price shop through an insurance company, it gets...