Over 4,500 Utahns have now gone through a simplified occupational licensure process.
Once regulation catches up, there’s no reason drones can’t be used for a wide range of growth-boosting innovations in the state. Even leaving passengers aside, automated drones could get goods to consumers in record time, from...
Utah can benefit greatly from adopting a similar approach to Arizona regarding autonomous vehicles.
Government regulations should be created to protect the health and safety of a community — the color of a home or number of bedrooms in it impacts neither of those.
Where many states have created legal complications for companies wanting to serve their customers, Utah is providing them the option to hit the 'pause' button on any law or regulation that stands in their way.
This bill would prohibit regulators from attempting to regulate peer-to-peer car-sharing or rental companies in a similar fashion to a traditional car rental company.
Utahns have the right to reasonable, consistent, and clear rules governing how, when, and to whom permits will be granted.
The first executive order by the new administration was to review occupational licensure. Here's why that's a good thing.
If the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us anything, it’s the importance of having the ability to adapt in the face of rapidly evolving events and public needs. Unfortunately, the crisis has illustrated how inept many government...
It’s time to build on this momentum to expand regulatory relief to entrepreneurs and innovators in any industry, rather than a select few.