Obtaining a driver license will be a simpler process for numerous individuals if HB 184 is passed.
This bill allows people licensed in a profession by another state to more easily obtain a license in that same profession in Utah.
This bill protects property rights while allowing a person to have any number of animals so long as they do not create a nuisance for neighbors.
This bill lowers the regulations and burdens placed upon cow owners in Utah who wish to sell their raw milk to others.
Homemade food shared with others would no longer be subject to heavy regulation provided the consumer knows it isn't inspected by the government.
This bill eliminates the potential for being fined if you don't have your vehicle registration with you when pulled over by a police officer.
We live in the Beehive State, yet beekeeping is illegal unless you first register with the government.
This bill would impose a crushing 86% tax on e-cigarettes and supplies.
While Utah strives to maintain an image of “best for business” and “best managed,” its 88,150 restrictive regulations reveal a much different picture.
Residents in one county in Utah are now expected to buy lights that don't cause "light trespassing."