This bill would protect law enforcement agencies from being sued for providing information about former employees to future employers.
This bill restores Utah's failed mandatory vehicle safety inspection program.
This bill makes several changes to civil asset forfeiture law following months of negotiation with law enforcement agencies.
The government keeps getting ahead of public awareness when it comes to tools and technologies that can undermine privacy if not appropriately limited.
This bill restricts the government's ability to go on fishing expeditions in databases containing your DNA information.
This bill lowers the allowed vehicle tint for the front two windows from 43% to 25%, letting Utahns use darker tint.
Innocent people should be protected against mass searches by law enforcement in DNA databases.
This bill would re-introduce mandatory vehicle safety inspections for vehicles sold by a used car dealer.
Justice and Due Process
If warrants are being issued in mere seconds, is the justice system working?
This bill proposes to spend $100 million on school safety efforts (which aren't defined in law), and sets up a central database with students' information that law enforcement can access.