Justice and Due Process

So You Say There Ought to Be a Law

Every law, no matter how just or how much you agree with it, carries a possible death sentence for violating it.

Justice and Due Process

New Effort to “Repeal and Replace” the Death Penalty in Utah

This new approach aims to solve a critical problem for victim family members.

Personal Freedom

SLC Mayor’s K-12 Mask Mandate Is On Shaky Legal Ground

Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall has unilaterally issued an executive order declaring an emergency due to Covid-19, and ordering all children in K-12 schools in the city to wear a face mask. But does she have the authority to do so?

Personal Freedom

Apple’s Privacy Blunder Highlights the Need for Legal Protections

This entire situation does highlight the need for consumers to be aware of the risks they run with their data before deciding to entrust it to a third party as well as the need for robust guardrails for government agencies that want to access that data...

Property Rights

Cedar City’s First Step Toward Affordable Housing

Cedar City’s reform is a brilliant example to surrounding cities.