How do Utah’s Occupational Licensing Laws Stack Up Against the Rest of the Country?
In order to keep improving Utah’s ranking in the License to Work report and continuously make the state's labor market fair and free of needless regulation, Utah should continue pursuing occupational licensing reform.
The latest "Twitter files" release reveals how the federal government heavily impacted content moderation policies... but they reveal more than corporate decision making.
Privacy in the Digital Era: Who Controls Private Data?
The boundaries between physical and digital spheres are collapsing. The digital sharing of personal information is now embedded into the economic and relational activities of daily life. Following the COVID pandemic,...
Utah’s Legal Services Sandbox is a Game Changer
As the Utah courts and Utah legislature review the results of the regulatory sandbox and consider continuing to fund and support the program, the data should not be drowned out by hypotheticals and political rhetoric.
The Criminal Justice System Was Not Designed for People With Mental Illness
The criminal justice system was designed for rational people who respond to incentives. It’s a poor fit for people whose mental illness is so severe they are incapable of doing so.
A Framework for Patients to Safely Access Psychotherapeutic Medicine in Utah
Following months of study, the Utah Mental Illness and Psychotherapy Task Force found that MDMA and psilocybin (“magic mushrooms”) can offer significant benefits to those with mental illness.