Coming Soon: Data-Driven Criminal Justice Policy
The state needs the ability to pass data-driven criminal justice policy, but currently, good data is severely lacking. This bill will help change that.
Occupational Licensure Will Now Be Regularly Reviewed
Utahns can expect to see some of Utah's most egregious occupational licenses taken off the books in the upcoming years.
Occupational Licensure Streamlined in Utah for Thousands
Over 4,500 Utahns have now gone through a simplified occupational licensure process.
Utah Takes Steps to Protect Civil Liberties
While some might argue that the courts should later decide the appropriate balance between law enforcement's interest and personal privacy, courts have been inconsistent in their rulings, and it could take years to get a solution...
Improving Access to Mental Health Services in Utah
Senate Bill 41, from Senator Luz Escamilla, ensures Utahns retain access to telehealth services for mental health care and passed the Legislature with resounding support. Governor Cox signed the bill into law on March 2nd.
SB 86: Reforms to Utah’s “Price-Gouging” Law
This bill reforms the existing price-gouging laws in the state to focus on individuals who are clearly and significantly taking advantage of Utahns during states of emergency.