This constitutional amendment would protect each individual's right to work, helping ensure that occupational licensure laws are narrowly tailored and tied only to public health and safety.
This bill reduces burdensome licensure requirements for apprentices looking to get involved in the hair care industry.
This bill exempts bowenwork practitioners from Utah's massage therapy licensure laws.
This bill cuts in half the amount of time one must have in experience to start their own private investigator business.
This bill waives occupational license fees for those on government assistance, reducing the barrier to entry for those who want to work.
The state's interest in protecting public safety is too often used as justification for regulations that exceed that limited scope.