Are We Experiencing an Airbnbust?
Travelers have stayed in people’s primary or secondary properties in exchange for money for centuries. What’s modern are the apps we use to arrange such rentals and the zoning laws that criminalize the otherwise peaceful activity.
Tired of National Politics? Your Local Representative Wants to Talk to You
Cracking open an egg and finding a double-yolk inside. Correctly guessing a four-digit pin number. Getting struck by lightning. communicate a concern or idea with their representatives in the United States Congress.
HB 95: Removing Requirements for Green Lawns
This bill prohibits counties, cities, and HOAs from requiring a resident to only plant lawn or turf.
SCR 7: Do Not Assume Spikes in Revenue Continue Forever
This resolution supports the state and local governments treating sudden spikes in revenue as one-time income.
SB 75: Capping Traffic Ticket Revenue
This bill would cap the amount of traffic revenue a local government can collect to 25% of their base budget.
Cedar City’s First Step Toward Affordable Housing
Cedar City’s reform is a brilliant example to surrounding cities.