This bill expands existing grant programs for rural economic development.
Instead of counting up tables and chairs, businesses should be allowed to focus on delivering the best product or service for their customers. Utah needs to remove these hurdles for small businesses and help them thrive.
If true demand for any of these recreation or entertainment activities actually exists, then private providers most often will respond if given the opportunity.
This bill enacts stricter protections for home-based business owners to receive an exemption from paying a fee, since so many cities have refused to follow last year's law.
This bill would use tax dollars to fund a pilot program for rural Utahns to find online employment.