Justice and Due Process
House Bill 288 requires data collection and reporting from Utah prosecutors and jails.
This bill prevents criminally accused agencies from investigating themselves for those criminal claims.
This bill would require government agencies to annually report to the state auditor what personally identifying information they collect.
This bill requires criminal justice agencies to collect and report data about the cases they process.
Under this bill, taxpayers would see additional helpful information on their property tax notice.
This bill requires cities counties to produce a transparency website showing tax exemptions they provide to favored businesses.
This bill alters the Truth in Taxation process for property tax increases to ensure there is transparency and accountability.
This bill requires police officers to keep body cameras on when consulting with other officers or supervisors.
This bill enacts several restrictions on civil asset forfeiture in order to minimize government abuse.
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