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.
To unleash the bounds of human ingenuity and make Utah the home for the world’s best, brightest, and most innovative minds. It’s time to turn the Beehive State into the Sandbox State.
Hidden behind the shiny veneer of awards and platitudes lie a number of policies showing that Utah isn’t as business friendly as it could and should be.
This bill clarifies that the exchange of blockchain tokens does not constitute money transmission and therefore require a license. It also creates a task force of relevant stakeholders to discuss blockchain applications to...
This bill creates a new regulatory approach for peer-to-peer companies and exempts incidental commercial activity at an airport from regulation.
If you don't have a spot for a front license plate, watch out! You might just get ticketed.