The state must be forward-looking as we recover from COVID-19, and ensure we cultivate an economy that can allow small and large businesses alike to thrive for decades to come. That is where a “regulatory sandbox” can be both a...
It's critical that Utah lawmakers remove barriers to entry for workers. Here's why…
What happens when the government competes with the free market to provide non essential services? The practice is all too common and it sabotages both the government and the people.
Governor Herbert signed an executive order deregulating telehealth industry in an effort to control the spread of coronavirus.
Herriman staff violated the law, and have now been told they were wrong.
This bill sets up a pathway for financial and peer-to-peer technologies to petition for relief from onerous regulations that poorly apply to their models.
This bill creates a new regulatory approach for peer-to-peer companies and exempts incidental commercial activity at an airport from regulation.
This bill allows butter and cream made from raw milk to be sold in Utah.
Government should maintain a level playing field for private industry—not compete with it. This bill is a step in that direction.
If at first you don't succeed, try again — so that's what the legislature did when it comes to food truck regulations.