HB 131: Ban on “Vaccine Passports” for Private Businesses
This bill would prohibit private business owners from requiring their employees or customers to be vaccinated.
The Inequality of School Zoning Laws
The biggest hurdle facing education entrepreneurs is zoning and occupancy rules.
Utah Should Put Limits Around Geofence Warrants
Utah’s use of geofence warrants is under the microscope. A recent KSL article highlights privacy concerns related to location tracking.
Is Your Political Yard Sign Illegal?
As the June 28 primary elections in Utah draw closer, candidates hold town halls and run advertisements, political conversations ramp up online and in-person, and campaign yard signs inevitably start to populate the neighborhood.
Not Every Bill Passes in Utah, And That’s Good
In the end, we do more than just encourage legislators to pass a variety of good policies. Libertas Institute also serves as a watchdog for legislation that will negatively impact the rights and lives of Utahns
HB 372 & HB 407: Weakening Free Speech and Property Rights for Short-term Rentals
These bills weaken free speech protections and property rights for short-term rentals.