Money isn’t the difference — they both spend just over $10,500 per student. But how they spend the money is.
During this discussion, Senator Lincoln Fillmore sponsored Senate Concurrent Resolution 7, which contains a much-needed message of caution — don’t assume spikes in revenues continue indefinitely. In addition to calling on local...
Tax cuts move the dial away from government overreach while protecting citizens and increasing incentives for businesses. It is clear that tax cuts fall in line with the “Utah way,” which has made the state successful for decades.
This resolution supports the state and local governments treating sudden spikes in revenue as one-time income.
Justice and Due Process
Some important changes are needed to Utah's justice courts.
Limited and Open Government
Real budget reform is finally starting to come to Utah. Instead of constantly raising taxes, its times to take a hard look at what taxpayers fund every year.