This bill passed the House 54-20 and did not receive a vote in the Senate. For several years, Representative Paul Ray has sponsored legislation to enact a heavy tax on electronic cigarettes and their supplies. This year, the...
Under this bill, certain retirees would be provided a non-refundable tax credit equal to 4.95% of the social security benefit.
This bill passed the Senate 21-8 and was not heard in the House. Senate Bill 42, sponsored by Senator Dan McCay, aims to enact important policy changes for the Tangible Personal Property tax that imposes heavy compliance burdens...
Instead of counting up tables and chairs, businesses should be allowed to focus on delivering the best product or service for their customers. Utah needs to remove these hurdles for small businesses and help them thrive.
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.