Justice and Due Process
The government can steal your property. This new law further restricts that troubling power.
By focusing on nuisance and safety, those with their own private property can be afforded the chance to enjoy their animals, so long as proper guidelines regarding placement and fencing are followed.
This bill protects the right to keep and bear arms under select circumstances while intoxicated.
This bill protects property rights while allowing a person to have any number of animals so long as they do not create a nuisance for neighbors.
This bill provides a legal framework whereby physicians can provide terminal patients with life-ending drugs without facing punishment.
By adding increased safety measures to high-risk searches, this bill aims to protect both police and individuals from unnecessary violence.
The following op-ed, written by our president Connor Boyack, was published this weekend in the Daily Herald. Elder Lance B. Wickman, general counsel for the LDS Church, spoke last week to a crowd concerned about religious...
The following op-ed, written by our president Connor Boyack, was published this weekend in the Salt Lake Tribune. The self-styled “sharing economy” has brought innovation and efficiency to a number of industries in Utah, each of...
This bill passed the House 56-17 but was tabled in a Senate committee. Libertas Institute supports this bill. Utah recently received a “D-” from the Institute for Justice for its forfeiture laws, and the potential for...
An oversight in constitutional protection has allowed the government to routinely violate the right of individuals to peacefully use their property as they see fit.