Daltonio Elaire, a barber in Lafayette, Louisiana, had the innovative idea to launch a mobile barbershop in 2020. This mobile barbershop operated in a similar fashion to a food truck and allowed people to get a haircut during the...
Most people face arbitrary deadlines in their daily lives. Whether you had a school assignment due on an odd date or had to complete a chore in a certain time frame, these deadlines can become cumbersome.
Continuing education is important for business vitality, but laws requiring certain classes are counterproductive.
“Occupational licensing creep is a real thing” - Governor Spencer Cox.
Occupational licensing is becoming a hot topic in state governments across the United States. To see where Utah can make progress in this field, it is important to understand what is being done elsewhere. Below, the most recent...
Many of us have heard the saying that “a little competition is good for you.” This saying holds true for the country's labor market according to a 68-page report recently released by The Department of the Treasury titled "The...
Coach Kennedy knelt at midfield to offer a quick prayer after a win. The prayer lasted just a few seconds, but it changed the direction of his career.
Medical histories are often intimately private information. Often, people don't feel comfortable disclosing this information to those outside of their immediate family, so would you feel comfortable sharing your private medical...
Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) introduced the Promoting Innovation and Offering the Needed Escape from Exhaustive Regulations (PIONEER) Act.
These bills represent steps Libertas is taking in the realms of technological innovation, privacy, education, occupational licensing, local government, and criminal justice.