LIBERTAS INSTITUTE

LIBERTAS INSTITUTE

Lehi, UT

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The mission of the Libertas Institute is to advance the cause of liberty within the state of Utah by supporting and defending individual liberty, private property, and free enterprise.

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THE LIBERTAS INSTITUTE MAKES SURE KIDS KEEP THEIR LEMONADE STANDS IN UTAH

Lemonade stands are legal again in Utah. The Libertas Institute, an Atlas Network partner based in Utah, works to defend individual liberty, private property, and free enterprise. In advocating for the home business owners of Utah, Libertas works with the state legislature in attempts to end the crushing bureaucracy — which rece...

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ALUMNI IN FOCUS: CONNOR BOYACK

Connor Boyack, president of the Utah-based Libertas Institute, has an entrepreneurial hustle. From his unique children’s liberty book series The Tuttle Twins to his work protecting economic liberty in the burgeoning Utah food truck industry, he isn’t afraid to tackle numerous projects at once. And he does it all...

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THE TUTTLE TWINS AND THE ROAD TO SURFDOM

It’s never too early for kids to learn basic economic principles. A new children’s book, The Tuttle Twins and the Road to Surfdom, is based on the award-winning book by Nobel laureate economist Friedrich A. Hayek, The Road to Serfdom, and written by Connor Boyack at the Utah-based Libertas Institute. It’s part of a series reachi...

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APPLY NOW FOR 2016 THINK TANK LEADERSHIP TRAINING PROGRAM

In order to produce and promote the most rigorous research and advance the ideas of liberty, think tanks need the most effective tools at their disposal. Atlas Leadership Academy’s Think Tank Leadership Training (TTLT) is a course on think tank management for individuals interested in learning the latest in strategic planning, f...

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FREEST CITIES INDEX EMPOWERS UTAH RESIDENTS WITH COMPARATIVE RANKINGS

The freedom to relocate and “vote with one’s feet” can sometimes spur local governments to compete with favorable policies — but this effect only works well when people can make informed decisions about which cities are actually better or worse in relevant categories. The Libertas Institute, an Atlas Network partner in Utah, is...

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