Adults over 21 can now conceal their firearms without needing a permission slip.
This bill died in committee. There are many instances in which minors have used a firearm in self-defense. Unfortunately, these examples would be subject to criminal prosecution in the future under new legislation that has been...
This bill protects the right to keep and bear arms under select circumstances while intoxicated.
By adding increased safety measures to high-risk searches, this bill aims to protect both police and individuals from unnecessary violence.
This bill clarifies that a person is not required to retreat to safety if confronted with a threat they choose to defend themselves against.
This bill was not considered by the legislature. Libertas Institute supports this bill. Utah law prohibits a person from having a concealed firearm, imposing a class B misdemeanor as the penalty. Anybody who obtains a concealed...
This bill passed the House 59-12 and passed the Senate 24-2. Libertas Institute supports this bill. Under current law, a person who boards a bus with a firearm—except for law enforcement officials and concealed weapon permit...
Under Utah law, cities are authorized to require permits of business owners—including home business owners—for “purposes of regulation and revenue.” A bill attempting to restrict that authority, specifically carving...
Article 1 Section 6 of Utah’s constitution states, “The individual right of the people to keep and bear arms for security and defense of self, family, others, property, or the state, as well as for other lawful...