Deed Restrictions Can Help Free You From Bad Zoning Policies
Deed restrictions help ensure that everyone has an opportunity to own a home in a good neighborhood located close to public amenities and high-paying jobs.
Time to Rip Off the Zoning Red Tape
Utah can’t seem to build fast enough to accommodate new homebuyers — many of them born and raised here — and everyone else looking for housing.
Does Utah Need Another Water Study?
"Mega-drought! Don’t water your lawn before this date! Slow the flow! Pray for moisture!" If you’ve lived in Utah for any significant amount of time, then you’ve probably heard all these phrases. The fact of the matter is Utah...
County Elections: What Happened and Why They Matter
This article will describe the roles of the of county officials that were on the most recent ballot, in addition to providing a wrap-up of Utah county election results.
Cutting Taxes in Utah Is a No-Brainer
At a time when people are making cuts to their own budget, the state government needs to strongly consider giving back excess revenue to the people it took it from.
Is Your Political Yard Sign Illegal?
As the June 28 primary elections in Utah draw closer, candidates hold town halls and run advertisements, political conversations ramp up online and in-person, and campaign yard signs inevitably start to populate the neighborhood.