Utahns have the right to reasonable, consistent, and clear rules governing how, when, and to whom permits will be granted.
Innocent people should be protected against mass searches by law enforcement in DNA databases.
Innovative companies should not be artificially held back by regulations that do not fit their business models.
Utahns should be able to hold their government accountable when its actions cause them harm.
Our privacy interest in digital data stored with or created by a third party must be protected from warrantless searches.
Authored by Molly Davis, Criminal Justice Policy Analyst The term “big government” typically invokes images of Congress or the Legislature, but it is likewise applicable, in many ways, to laws that affect our lives in a far more...
Utahns accused of a crime have the right to presumed innocence prior to trial, regardless of personal wealth.
As with other government programs, freedom-minded individuals have strong reason to be skeptical of the government’s power and practice of executing people.