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...
This bill was referred by a House committee to interim study. Libertas Institute supports this bill. Last year, Representative Kim Coleman sponsored legislation designed to legalize the direct sales of vehicles from manufacturer...
This bill was not considered by the legislature. Libertas Institute supports this bill. One of Utah’s infamously odd liquor laws is the so-called “Zion Curtain”—a requirement that restaurants serving alcohol may...
This bill was modified from its original version to remove the offending provisions, and passed successfully in both chambers of the legislature. According to The Salt Lake Tribune, 45,655 Utahns struggled to pay back their...
This bill was not considered by the legislature. Libertas Institute supports this bill. Utah law prohibits car dealers from selling vehicles “on consecutive days of Saturday and Sunday,” and because all of them sell...