Aurora lets you pre-define jurisdictional requirements (including setbacks), so that you don't have to enter the same setback requirements over and over again.
If you are an admin, you can pre-define local (on the basis of an address) or state-wide jurisdictional requirements in your account settings.
If you do this, any new project created within your organization (by any user) will automatically pull in the relevant setback requirements for its location. Users can then override the setback values in the project, if necessary.
Note that address-based (local) jurisdictional requirements take precendent over state-wide ones. If the project is between two local jurisdictions, it will select whichever one is closer.