The Utah Division of Drinking Water rarely uses enforcement actions and does not periodicall…
The Utah Senate Government Operations Confirmation Committee recommended Tuesday the appoint…
Utah lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow cosmetology schools and other technical professions to offer half of their instruction online during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dozens of recreational Utah water bodies that have been regularly tested for toxic algal blooms in recent years went untested this spring due to state budget cuts to the Utah Division of Water Quality (DWQ) testing and monitoring program.
A bill that would ban police from using knee-on-neck chokeholds and prohibit peace officers from being trained on the technique passed with overwhelming bipartisan support through both the Utah House and Senate Thursday.
U.S. Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, joined his Republican colleagues in the U.S. Senate on Wednesday in calling for police reforms in the wake of weeks of nationwide protests against police brutality and racism in law enforcement.
A Lehi-based libertarian think tank is calling on the Utah State Legislature to take steps to protect the privacy of citizens by regulating the ways government agencies can utilize data from computers, smart phones, social media security cameras and other sources.
The Utah State Legislature is on track to make budget cuts to various departments and services to make up for significant revenue losses the state has experienced as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gov. Gary Hebert signed a bill Monday requiring the governor to notify certain members of the Utah State Legislature before issuing an executive order or statewide directive in response to the COVID-19 pandemic or another disease-related emergency.
The majority of Utahns do not think the Utah State Legislature addressed the most pressing issues facing the state when lawmakers convened in the 45-day general session earlier this year, according to a survey of voters released Thursday.
The Utah House and Senate both passed a bill on Thursday that would remove sales tax exemptions on locomotive fuel and require the state to use the collected funds to pay for the construction of rail crossing overpasses and safety improvements.
The Utah House and Senate both passed a bill on Thursday that would provide businesses some immunity from civil litigation by customers or employees claiming to have been exposed to COVID-19.
When state lawmakers meet in a special session on Thursday, they will reconsider a bill vetoed by Gov. Gary Herbert earlier this month that would create a tax credit to fund special needs scholarships for private school students.
The Utah House and Senate passed a bill on Friday that would give physicians and healthcare workers some immunity from legal liability when prescribing experimental and off-label medications or providing care outside of their expertise during the COVID-19 pandemic.