Local governments have tremendous power over residents property, and it need not go unchecked.
Let's honor the Constitution by stopping the government from taking property from innocent people.
The desire of some families to play soccer does not override the right of the Bangerter family to own and control their property.
This bill deals with a number of land use issues, including conditional use and changes in zoning after a building project has started.
This bill provides individuals and companies with clearer standing and procedure to challenge local impact fees. It also provides additional funding for education and training to the Property Rights Ombudsman's office.
This bill eliminates an exemption from anti-discrimination law for small businesses.
This bill forces businesses in Utah to allow women to breastfeed on their property.
This bill aims to protect landowners affected by eminent domain by ensuring they receive just compensation.
After years of effort, Ogden has finally relaxed its ban on backyard chickens—albeit with significant restrictions and burdens.
Will the government come after your house next in the name of the "public good?"