Tag Archives: law enforcement

Poll: Most Utahns want police to wear body cameras

Following the recent violence in Ferguson, Mo., and shootings by police in Utah, the website Utah Policy commissioned a Dan Jones poll on how Utahns feel about related issues. Utah Policy’s report says, More than 8 out of 10 Utahns … Continue reading

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Culture of traffic laws is upside down – Mero Moment, 5/27/14

This post is a transcript of a 4-minute weekly radio commentary aired on several Utah radio stations. Traffic laws are nearly precise metaphors for freedom. Driving without these laws would be unsafe – anarchy. But too many traffic laws begin … Continue reading

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Away with the speed traps!

What would you do if you were king or queen for a day in Utah? If you could make any decision to create any law or repeal any law or pass any regulation you want, what one thing would you … Continue reading

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Interim day: license plate scanning and Common Core

Today, the Utah Legislature held its first interim committee meetings of the year. These meetings occur once each month from May through November, except in July. Legislators address a range of issues, including ideas for future bills, implementation of past … Continue reading

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