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Week 7 Updates

March 15, 2019

Senate Minority Leader Karen Mayne

 
BILLS PASSING THE LEGISLATURE:

  • SB43 Criminal Provisions Modifications
     

  • SB10S01 Identification Request Amendments
     

  • SB76 Workers' Compensation Adjudication Amendments
     

  • SB68S01 Driver License and Implied Consent Modifications
     

  • SB124 Local Government Administration Amendments
     

  • SB156 Construction Trades Licensing Amendments
     

  • SB169 Political Action Committee Amendments
     

  • SB175 Gang Awareness Week. Read more about this event here.
     

  • SB208 National Certification Teacher Incentive Amendments
     

  • SB217 Gang Prevention Funding Amendments 
     

  • SB245 School Community Awareness
     

  • SJR10 Joint Resolution Encouraging More Training and Resources for Municipal Code Enforcement Officers


IN THE NEWS:

WorkCompCentral.com Governor Signs Bill Authorizing Fees for Reversed Denials

 

KUTV.com New task force to consider grocery tax hike, other ways of boosting state revenue
 

The Salt Lake Tribune After backlash over a vote to close a Utah elementary school, a lawmaker wants districts to give parents more notice before shutdowns

 

Deseret News Utah Senate panel approves bill that calls for 120 days' notification of school closures, boundary changes

Senate Minority Whip Luz Escamilla

 

BILLS PASSING THE LEGISLATURE:

  • SB55S01 Charter Trust Land Council Amendments

  • SB87 Procurement of Design Professionals Amendments

  • SB143 Public Education Vision Screening

  • SB144 Environmental Quality Monitoring Amendments

  • SB161S06 Medical Cannabis Act Amendments

  • SB215 Adoption Service Agencies Amendments

  • SB225 Homeless Service Provider Amendments

 

IN THE NEWS:

The Salt Lake Tribune Legislature falls far short of governor’s goal of investing $100M to improve air quality. Advocates say it’s a good first step.

 

St. George Spectrum Local legislators split on hate crime bill

 

KSL.com Utah Legislature passes bill raising the tobacco age to 21
 

Cache Valley Daily/Associated Press Once-stalled Utah hate-crimes measure poised to become law

 

KSL.com Legislators pass bill modifying Utah Medical Cannabis Act

 

KSLNewradio.com Hate Crimes bill gets final approval, heads to Utah Governor

 

ABC4.com Hate crimes bill clears legislature, moves on to governor

 

The Salt Lake Tribune Utah is about to get a tougher hate crimes law after final legislative vote


Deseret News Legislators pass bill modifying Utah Medical Cannabis Act

 

KSL.com Utah Legislature passes bill to raise the age for marriage

 

The Salt Lake Tribune A bill banning 15-year olds from marrying in Utah is headed to the governor

The Salt Lake Tribune Utah Senate OKs bill that would monitor environmental impacts of the inland port

 

KSL News Radio Homeless shelters for the sick could get state aid under new bill 

Senate Minority Assistant Whip Jani Iwamoto 

 

BILLS PASSING THE LEGISLATURE:
  • SJR1 Joint Resolution Supporting the Study of Water Banking in Utah
     
  • SCR2 Concurrent Resolution Recognizing Navajo Code Talkers
     
  • SB61 Poll Hours for Early Voting
     
  • SB62S01 Campaign Finance Revisions
     
  • SB65 Utah Noxious Weed Act Amendments
     
  • SB81S01 Substitute Native American Remains Amendments
     
  • SB88 Crime Victims Restitution Amendments
     
  • SB89S01 Conflict Disclosure Amendments
     
  • SB101 Navajo Code Talker Recognition
     
  • SB134 Campus Safety Amendments
     
  • SB162 Corrections Officer Amendments
 

IN THE NEWS:

KSL.com Legislature passes campus safety bill in wake of McCluskey slaying
 

The Salt Lake Tribune After murder of U. track star Lauren McCluskey, lawmakers pass bill mandating campus safety plans

 Senate Minority Caucus Manager Derek Kitchen 
 

BILLS PASSING THE LEGISLATURE:

  • SJR5 Joint Rules Resolution -- Ethics Commission Amendments

 

IN THE NEWS:

Deseret News Utah lawmakers make changes to initiative process on heels of successful ballot measures


KJZZ.com Lawmakers pass bill to ban abortions after 18 weeks 
 

KUTV.com 'It will cost the state millions': Lawsuit awaits Utah Legislature's 18-week abortion ban

 

UtahPolicy.com Hate crimes bill wins final passage. Herbert says he will sign it

 

The Salt Lake Tribune Utah is about to get a tougher hate crimes law after final legislative vote

 

Deseret News Utah's presidential primary would be on 'Super Tuesday' under bill passed by Senate

Senator Gene Davis

BILLS PASSING THE LEGISLATURE:

  • SB49 Homeless Shelter Funding Amendments
     

  • SB238 Asset Protection Trust Amendments
     

  • SB253 Construction Code for Historic Preservation

 

IN THE NEWS:

KJZZ.com Lawmakers pass bill to ban abortions after 18 weeks 

 

The Salt Lake Tribune Lawmakers change voter initiative rules: Successful ones will be delayed for months and petition signatures will be posted online.

 

Deseret News Bill banning abortions after 18 weeks passing Utah Legislature

 

KUTV.com 'It will cost the state millions': Lawsuit awaits Utah Legislature's 18-week abortion ban

 

Daily Herald Bill creating protected zone for gravel pits clears Utah Senate Committee

Senator Kathleen Riebe

 

BILLS PASSING THE LEGISLATURE:

 

IN THE NEWS:

KSL.com ‘Pre-emptive’ bill to ban independent civilian police oversight boards passes

 

KSL.com Bills altering the initiative process pass through Utah Legislature
 

The Salt Lake Tribune Senate to debate bill to delay effective date of voter-approved ballot measures to give Legislature a chance to ‘fix’ them
 

The Salt Lake Tribune Lawmakers want to make the state’s constitution gender-neutral. Utah voters will have final word.
 

The Salt Lake Tribune House bill that would bolster school safety stalls in deadlocked Senate committee — for now

 

 

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