Throughout Republican-run Western states, lawmakers are passing legislation that treats adults as if they are children.
"The sole basis for targeting Joe was the race/ethnicity of his wife and her occupation" at an Asian massage parlor, the lawsuit claims.
Laws like Utah's would require anyone using social media to prove their age through methods such as submitting biometric data or a government-issued ID.
Free societies generally leave these matters to individuals and families.
Plus: Austin and Salt Lake City pass very different "middle housing" reforms, Democrats in Congress want to ban hedge fund–owned rental housing, and a look at GOP presidential candidate's housing policy positions.
Thankfully, you don't need fancy dining halls or a college degree to have a good life or get a good job.
A City Banned Pride Month–Themed Library Displays. Then It Threatened Employees Who Criticized the Decision.
After officials in Orem, Utah, banned “heritage month” displays in the public library, it threatened to discipline librarians who criticized the censorship.
Retire the paw patrol.
Other states would do well to enact similar reforms.
It'll be another five years before it's operational.
A bipartisan solution to degree inflation
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The idea has limitations, but would be a major improvement over the status quo.
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Gov. Spencer Cox signed legislation that will provide scholarships to K-12 students who choose nonpublic education.
In a campaign where much of the focus has been on Donald Trump and January 6, McMullin's CIA career deserves more interrogation.
Assistant Editor Fiona Harrigan explores why the Beehive State might be uniquely suited to welcome Afghan refugees.
Educational freedom is good for everybody but unions, bureaucrats, and the education establishment.
The federal government set the tone on the beginning of the resettlement process. It continues to keep legal status for certain evacuees out of reach.
McMullin ran a third-party campaign for president in 2016.
Both argue that the bills open the state up to costly lawsuits for very little, if any, gain.
All But 2 Utah Legislators Just Voted to Investigate the Psychotherapeutic Potential of Psychedelics
The bill is the latest sign of strange new respect for drugs that were once routinely depicted as menaces to body and soul.
Gov. Spencer Cox supports school choice but will only sign the bill once Utah pays teachers more than any other state.
The case is yet another instance of law enforcement using hate crime enhancements to punish people for criticizing them.
Will home cooking become the new dining out?
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Giant Metal Monolith Discovered In Utah Desert Possibly Extraterrestrial, Definitely a Code Violation
Little gray men encounter reams of red tape.
The state legislature is considering reforms in response to the use of dogs against cooperative suspects.
"I don't feel good. Tell my mom I love her," the 13-year-old said immediately after being shot.
The difference implies that the virus is much less deadly than it looks, but it also makes contact tracing a daunting challenge.
Prosecutors say Tilli Buchanan "took responsibility for her actions."
It won't change the result of Trump's impeachment trial. It matters anyway.
Tilli Buchanan's stepkids saw her topless. Now she could face 10 years on the sex offender registry.
Tilli Buchanan and her husband removed their shirts after installing insulation in their garage. Only one of them is facing charges.
Sober Cannabis Consumers in Utah Already Can Be Convicted of Stoned Driving. This Legislator Thinks the Law Is Too Lenient.
His bill would authorize felony prosecutions of drivers with THC in their blood even when they are not impaired.
And it's actually kind of great.