If true demand for any of these recreation or entertainment activities actually exists, then private providers most often will respond if given the opportunity.
The South Jordan City Council hit into a massive hazard Tuesday night and voted to purchase Glenmoor golf course. South Jordan will now own not one, but two golf courses. Should local governments be involved in the business of...
This bill nearly doubles the amount of money that can be given out in tax credits, eliminates a cap for the amount of cash rebates that can be given, and allows post-production projects to be able to qualify for this easy money.
This bill passed the House with a vote of 70-1 and passed the Senate unanimously. House Bill 390 creates a rural employment expansion grant for the purpose of creating new jobs in rural Utah. Sponsored by Representative Carl...
This bill would use tax dollars to fund a pilot program for rural Utahns to find online employment.
This bill gives $1 million in tax revenue to Silicon Slopes to market its conference.
This bill unfairly increases the fees for concealed firearm permits and other background check services even though these people already are subsidizing government activity with the current fee amount.
Utah has become very good at winning what could be called, “best of the worst” awards: “Best Managed State”, “Best State for Business”, “Best Economic Outlook." But as a deeper reading of the recently published Fraser Institute’s...
For as long as anyone can remember, Utah has either had a shortage of water or has been in danger of having one. This comes as no surprise considering Utah’s arid climate. Periodically a public conservation campaign, funded by...
A legislative audit released this morning notes that “accurate water use data is critical” for managing the state’s water resources, while concluding, after research, that the data relied upon by state planners...