Salt Lake City–The Legislature’s self-appointed constitutional expert, Rep. Ken Ivory, wants to make it more difficult for legislators to know whether or not their laws will pass constitutional muster. Ivory’s HJR7, Joint Rules Resolution on Legislative Review, which would eliminate what are often referred to as constitutional review notes, quietly passed the House late Wednesday [...]Read More »
I’ve got to be honest, I’m a little disappointed. A few months ago, I signed the Count My Vote (CMV) petition in the hopes that it would ultimately end up on the ballot this fall.
I was not just in favor of this particular initiative, I was also really looking forward to seeing how a well-funded [...]
Debt accumulation is rising at its fastest rate since the economy took a nose dive in 2008. Residential mortgage debt saw the biggest increase in 2013, at $152 billion. Student loan debt came in second at $53 billion. Total student loan debt is now more than $1 trillion. To quote Ronald Reagan’s famous analogy for [...]Read More »