Hidden behind the shiny veneer of awards and platitudes lie a number of policies showing that Utah isn’t as business friendly as it could and should be.
This bill clarifies that the exchange of blockchain tokens does not constitute money transmission and therefore require a license. It also creates a task force of relevant stakeholders to discuss blockchain applications to...
This bill creates a new regulatory approach for peer-to-peer companies and exempts incidental commercial activity at an airport from regulation.
If you don't have a spot for a front license plate, watch out! You might just get ticketed.
Utah law currently has overly burdensome regulations regarding the amount of tint you can get for your vehicle. Libertas Institute has been working to change that in the future.
The LDS Church released a one-sided political attack piece against the Utah Medical Cannabis Act. Here is our detailed response to each concern.
A new bill makes it easier for Utahns to buy and sell raw milk. Crazy, right?
The following op-ed was published this week in St. George News. Last year, Governor Herbert issued an executive order to mandate that regulations from the state “shall not impose unnecessary burdens” on the economy or on...
A new law in Utah (finally!) allows food producers to sell directly to consenting customers without being crushed by regulatory burdens along the way.
If at first you don't succeed, try again — so that's what the legislature did when it comes to food truck regulations.