Utah’s Constitution requires a free market, yet every year it seems that incumbent companies use antiquated laws to try to shut down their upstart competitors.
This bill adds numerous costly regulations for companies empowering Utahns to share/rent their own vehicles.
This bill exempts Tesla from the current protectionist laws that prohibit vehicle manufacturers from selling their cars directly to Utahns.
The following op-ed, written by our policy director Michael Melendez, was published today in the Deseret News. Over 130 years ago, Thomas Edison invested in technology and infrastructure to build electric power distribution...
This bill was referred by a House committee to interim study. Libertas Institute supports this bill. Last year, Representative Kim Coleman sponsored legislation designed to legalize the direct sales of vehicles from manufacturer...
This bill was not considered by the legislature. Libertas Institute opposes this bill. Representative Kay McIff is sponsoring House Bill 315, written by a commercial beekeeper, which would impose barriers to entry by making it...