If true demand for any of these recreation or entertainment activities actually exists, then private providers most often will respond if given the opportunity.
If more money is truly the goal, then let’s stop kicking the K-12 education gas can down the road. Question 1 merely perpetuates a problem—and it certainly isn’t a solution.
Restraining Order Sought Against Illegal and Unconstitutional Transportation Utility Fee Imposed on Residents
Tax Day is here — but we need a broader discussion about tax reform in Utah.
This bill provides a tax decrease to small businesses and removes much of the onerous paperwork and reporting that is currently required when reporting business supplies.
In addition to other tax and fee increases, this bill forces a huge tax increase on Utahns who already voted against it by overturning Prop 1.
This bill says that if the school district needs a certain amount for buildings, they must ask for that amount, rather than using the bond market to produce extra money for the school district.