In many Utah cities, an unkempt lawn is a criminal offense—should it be?
Property rights sound great in theory, but the law still needs to be improved to make sure the government can't take your property when it thinks it needs it.
Utahns aren't able to fully utilize there property due to local government regulations—SB 107 seeks to change that.
This bill enacts several restrictions on civil asset forfeiture in order to minimize government abuse.
This bill creates property rights protections to avoid eminent domain abuse and ensure that legal protections are intact for certain property owners.
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.