Opioid Epidemic

Opioid Epidemic

 In the words of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the United States is experiencing an opioid-induced “public health epidemic.” In 2014, Utah ranked 4th in the nation for drug overdose deaths – an average of 6 people a week die in Utah  as a...
Winter Olympics

Winter Olympics

It has been 15 years since Salt Lake City hosted the Olympics, arguably the most successful Olympic Winter Games ever. Utah’s legacy is still vibrant and is benefiting economically from hosting the Games. Since 2002, Utah has hosted numerous world championship events...
Utah’s Economy

Utah’s Economy

Utah’s economy is healthy and thriving. In FY 2017, individual income tax was up about 7.1 percent compared to the previous year; income tax revenue reached its all-time high for the fifth year in a row collecting $1.86 billion in sale tax; and the State’s Education...
Legal Opinion

Legal Opinion

Earlier this year, several serious questions regarding separation of powers and the role of the Executive Branch arose after the Governor overstepped his constitutional duty and set the time, place and manner of a special election to replace Congressman Jason...