The Utah State Legislature passed 503 bills during this year’s general session, which ended …
Utah Gov. Spencer Cox signed a bill into law on Thursday that blocks parole for people convicted of homicide who do not cooperate with law enforcement to recover the remains of victims.
A bill that would ban transgender athletes from competing in girls sports is unlikely to move forward this legislative session after it stalled during a Utah Senate committee hearing on Wednesday.
A bill that would prevent cities and counties in Utah from implementing tougher restrictions on firearm sales received a nod from the Utah House Judiciary Committee on Monday.
A bill that would ban doctors from performing gender reassignment surgeries or prescribing hormone therapies to minors stalled in the Utah House Health and Human Services Committee on Friday.
A Utah County lawmaker introduced a bill this week that would create a Utah Lake Authority to manage water quality improvement and oversee development of the water body.
A bill that would create licensing exemptions for hair stylists has passed through both chambers of the Utah State Legislature.
Utah Rep. Keven Stratton, R-Orem, is moving forward with a legislative effort to protect Bridal Veil Falls using state resources by designating the falls as a state monument or park.
Paris Hilton was among a handful of people who testified before the Utah Senate Judiciary, Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Committee about the abuse and trauma they say they experienced at residential youth treatment centers.
The Utah State Senate approved a bill on Friday that would prohibit a person convicted of a homicide from being released on parole unless they “cooperated in the recovery of the victim’s remains.”
The Utah State Legislature considered and passed a bill that would prohibit the distribution of mugshots taken during the jail booking process until after the individual is convicted of the crime they were arrested for.
The Utah State Legislature came one step closer on Monday to creating a task force that would study whether Utah should adopt a new state flag.
Nils Bergeson, the United Utah Party candidate in the Utah House District 61 race, says he wants to increase transparency in state government and make local politics more accessible to the general public.