Decreasing Recidivism by Rewarding Employment
In Utah, it has been commonplace to think that “locking them up and throwing away the key” is the easiest solution to deal with those who commit crimes. This approach has immense consequences not only for the individuals...
Task Force to Examine Psychotherapy Treatments Passes in Utah
The bill will create a group of medical and legal professionals to study the legitimacy of psychotherapy drugs for mental health.
Utah Prepares for a Fintech Future
Combining these two legislative victories makes it more likely that Utah will be in the lead by the time innovations like Web3 become the norm.
No More Lying to Kids During Interrogation
This bill works to protect minors under the age of 18 from falsely confessing to a crime they didn’t commit without handicapping law enforcement's ability to obtain well-founded confessions and convictions.
Utah Takes Steps to Protect Patient Privacy
This bill clarifies information needed to process a birth certificate request with additional, research-relevant questions.
Occupational Licensure Will Now Be Regularly Reviewed
Utahns can expect to see some of Utah's most egregious occupational licenses taken off the books in the upcoming years.