Utah resolution seeks to declare racism ‘moral and public health crisis’

A new bill introduced in the Utah Legislature seeks to declare racism in Utah as a moral and public health crisis.

Utah legislature looks to improve ‘troubled teen’ industry

Lawmakers, former "troubled teens" and their advocates are discussing whether the state is doing enough to regulate Utah's troubled teen industry.
Preston Crawley

Utah Legislature considers bill directed at BYU police

The Utah Legislature is considering a bill that establishes regulations and authority given to law enforcement agencies in private schools. According to the sponsor of SB191, Sen. Curtis Bramble, R-Provo, the bill applies directly to BYU as the only private institution in Utah with a police agency.

Utah House committee passes online dating safety bill

A proposed bill in the Utah House of Representatives aims to make criminal records more widely available to users of dating apps in order to help decrease rates of sexual and domestic violence.
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Bill to teach consent in Utah schools fails to pass committee

A bill that would have required Utah schools to include consent in their public sex education classes was defeated this week in Utah's house education committee.
Hannah Miner

Utah cosmetologists fight against hair styling deregulation bill

The Utah legislature has introduced a bill to deregulate styling services that have previously required a license to perform.