What COVID-19 has taught us about short-term rental regulations
Should people be able to rent out a portion of their home on a short term basis? There's no reason to prohibit it and coming out of COVID-19, people may need to.
Governor Herbert’s Veto Hurts Special Needs Children
Governor Herbert vetoed a bill that would have benefitted many families of special needs students.
Judge Rules Pleasant Grove Imposed an Illegal Tax
In late 2018, Libertas Institute organized a lawsuit against Pleasant Grove over its adoption of a transportation utility fee that was really a tax. Yesterday, Judge Jared Eldridge of the 4th District Court ruled against Pleasant...
Where has Utah’s Tax Reform Landed?
UPDATE: This article now reflects the final Senate Bill 2001, that was passed in special session on December 12, 2019. The following is a commentary on the tax reform proposal passed out by the Tax Restructuring and Equalization...
Let’s make Utah the ‘Sandbox State’
To unleash the bounds of human ingenuity and make Utah the home for the world’s best, brightest, and most innovative minds. It’s time to turn the Beehive State into the Sandbox State.
Is THC vaping the new Typhoid Mary?
As a people, we scare easily. But THC is medicine for many in Utah, and the vaping method of administration is essential. Further, we’re on the cusp of launching a new medical cannabis industry in Utah—one that will be highly...