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LWV POSBill NumberSUBNameSponsorTopic
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11Public Education Base Budget AmendmentsMcKay/Hillyard
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51
Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Environmental Quality Base Budget
Barlow/Hinkins
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61
Executive Offices and Criminal Justice Base Budget
Hutchings/Thatcher
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71Social Services Base BudgetRay/Christensen
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State Agency Fees and Internal Service Fund Rate Authorization and Appropriations
Schultz/Van Tassell
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10Public Education Recodification - State SystemPeterson, V/Millnercommittee bill; reorganizes and renumbers public education code
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11Public Education Recodification - Funding
Peterson, V/Millner
committee bill; reorganizes and renumbers public education code related to funding
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S12Family Planning Services AmendmentsWard/Zehnderrequires Medicaid program to reimburse providers separately for insertion of long-acting reversible contraception after childbirth; requires Division of Health Care Financing to apply for Medicaid waiver or state plan amendment to provide family planning services to certain low-income individuals; institutes four-year pilot program for provision of family planning services under Medicaid waiver or state plan amendment; creates reporting requirement; and provides sunset date
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131Public Safety Peer Counseling ProvisionsPerry/Thatcherpeer support and counseling services within public safety agencies
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14Substance Abuse Treatment Facility Patient BrokeringHutchingsunlawful to be paid for referring individual for substance use disorder
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151
Community Reinvestment Agency Amendments
Handy/Harpercommittee bill; mods to Community Reinvestment Agency Act
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16Candidate Replacement AmendmentsArent/Daytoncommittee bill; removes provision prohibiting municipal candidate from withdrawing from election less than 23 days before election
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172
Community Reinvestment Agencies Revisions
Sagers/Thatcher
authorizes public entity to dispose of or lease public entity's property to another agency for less than fair market value
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18Alcohol Abuse Tracking Committee RelocationEliason/Zehnderfrom Dept of Public Safety to DHS
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19Health Insurance Right to Shop AmendmentsThurston/Weilercommittee bill; requires Public Employees' Benefit and Insurance Program to implement savings rewards program
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201Political Activities and ElectionsPeterson, J/Harpercommittee bill; clarifies penalty provisions of Election Code; modifies provisions addressing notification provided by DOC to LG regarding convicted felons; defines "filing officer" for different portions of Election Code; clarifies information that LG includes in ballot certification; modifies provisions relating to filling SBOE candidate or office vacancy; addresses handling of, and access to, financial disclosure form filed by a candidate; shortens deadline for filing officer to forward financial disclosure form to LG; clarifies definition of "expenditure" under Lobbyist Disclosure and Regulation Act
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211Certified Tax Rate AmendmentsMcKay/Bramblecommittee bill; modifies calculation of certified property tax rate by adjusting eligible new growth to account for collection rates over previous five years
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22Enterprise Zone Sunset AmendmentsSandall/Okerlundremoves repeal date of statutory provisions for insurance coverage of autism spectrum disorder
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Office of Economic Development Amendments
Albrecht/Okerlundcommittee bill; mods related to GOED and other agencies
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Autism Insurance Coverage Sunset Amendments
Ray/Bramblecommittee bill; removes repeal date of statutory provisions for insurance coverage of autism spectrum disorder
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Cannabinoid Product Board Membership Amendment
Daw/Vickerscommittee bill; one Cannabinoid Product Board member must be member of Controlled Substances Advisory Committee; adds "expanded cannabinoid product"
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Transportation Safety Program Funding Amendments
Christofferson/Buxton
committee bill; Transportation Safety Program restricted account
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27Underground Storage Tank Act AmendmentsEliason/Ipsoncommittee bill; increases max loan; must participate in Environmental Assurance program
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28Retirement Systems AmendmentsMoss, J/Hemmertcommittee bill; several mods
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Public Employees Long-term Disability Act Amendments
Moss, J/Hemmert
committee bill; evaluations, payments, etc
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301
Utah Antidiscrimination Act Amendments
Dunnigan/Bramble
committee bill; mods to Utah Labor Commission Antidiscrimination and Labor Division; results from audit
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Telecommunications Network Review Amendments
Handy/Hemmert
committee bill; eliminates prohibition for PUC to hold public hearings for telecommunications network review
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323
Uniform Construction Code Amendments
Schultz/Bramble
committee bill; update to National Codes
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Energy Producer States' Agreement Amendments
Albrecht/Van Tassell
committee bill; reporting, extends repeal date
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State Employee Leave Policy Amendments
Thurston/Dayton
committee bill; paid leave for disaster relief
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S352Municipal Instant Runoff Voting Pilot ProjectRobertscommittee bill; establishes pilot project for municipality to conduct certain nonpartisan municipal races by instant runoff voting; establishes process for municipality to opt in to pilot project; establishes requirements and procedures for conducting election under pilot program, including completion of ballots, counting of votes, recount provisions, resolving a tie, and canvassing; provides sunset date
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36Free Expression Regulation AmendmentsThurston/Hendersoncommittee bill; requires that political subdivision ensure that any generally or individually applicable time, place, or manner restriction on expressive activity on public grounds complies with certain constitutional requirements; requires that, if political subdivision imposes a generally applicable time, place, or manner restriction on expressive activity on public grounds, political subdivision must impose the restriction by ordinance or adopt the restriction in accordance with a general ordinance; prevents political subdivision from prohibiting political activities on public grounds; and exempts compliance with Title 20A, Election Code, and certain property that political subdivision owns or leases
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371
Occupational and Professional Licensing Amendments
Dunnigan/Bramblecommittee bill; mods re DOPL
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S38Fireworks RestrictionsDunnigan/Iwamotocommittee bill; revises sales dates to June 24 - July 25; discharge dates from 2 - 5 July and 22-25 July; many provisions re what a municipality or State Forester may do
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393Department of Insurance AmendmentsDunnigan/Bramblecommittee bill; numerous modifications
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40Educator Licensing RevisionsPeterson, V/Millnercommittee bill; educator licensing
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41Mental Health Crisis Line AmendmentsEliason/Thatchercommittee bill; standards for local crisis lines, transfer to state crisis lines, etc
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Medicaid Waiver for Mental Health Crisis Services
Eliason/Thatchercommittee bill; requires DOH to seek Medicaid waiver for crisis resources
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43Blood Testing AmendmentsHall/Wilercommittee bill; when a peace officer may obtain a blood draw
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44Child Support Guidelines AmendmentsMcKell/Weilercommittee bill; Advisory Committee
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452Consumer Reporting Agency FeesDunnigan/Weilercommittee bill; modifies fees for credit freezes or locks
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461Educator Licensing ModificationsPeterson, V/Millnercommittee bill; several provisions
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Transportation Network Vehicle Recovery Fund Sunset
Dunnigan/Bramblecommittee bill; extends repeal date
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48Parenting Plan AmendmentsSnow/Hillyardcommittee bill; standards and decisions for education plans
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49Repeal of Health Related Pilot ProgramMcKell/Weilercommittee bill; repeals duty to establish pilot program for monitoring quality in health care
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Obscenity and Pornography Complaints Ombudsman
McKell/Weilercommittee bill; repeals provision creating obscenity and pornography complaints ombudsman
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Administrative Office of the Courts Amendments
Snow/Weilercommittee bill; clarifications, removes from Sunset Act
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52Health and Human Services ReportsDaw/Fillmorecommittee bill; repeals, deadlines
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53Military Spouse Income Tax AmendmentsEliason/Stephensoncommittee bill; authorizes individual income tax deduction from adjusted gross income for amount of all income, including income apportioned to another state, of nonmilitary spouse of active duty military member in certain circumstances
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541Individual Income Tax Deduction AmendmentsSagers/Stephensoncommittee bill; authorizes deduction from adjusted gross income for individual income tax purposes for: certain bonds, notes, or other obligations issued by local political subdivision; and the interest on certain bonds, notes, or other obligations issued by local political subdivision
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55Veterans and Military Affairs AmendmentsRay/Knudsoncommittee bill; start dates, clarifications
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56Emergency Personnel Recording AmendmentsMaloy/Andereggtraining audio recording made during an emergency event when an emergency responder is treating or resuscitating an individual is a protected record
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S57
Utah Intergenerational Poverty Work and Self-sufficiency Tax Credit
Westwood/Vickersapportioned refundable state earned income tax credit for certain individuals who are experiencing intergenerational poverty
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58Traffic Control Signs for BicyclesMoss, C/Weilerbicycles don't have to stop st stop sign or red light under certain conditions
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592Unmanned Aircraft RevisionsPitcher/Millnerno UAV's within certain distance of correctioal facility
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60Water Commissioner AmendmentsChew/Daytonreimbursement of personal expenses of water commissioner
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61County Recorder AmendmentsActon/FillmoreUnless the county uses an electronic payment system, the recorder may not record any instrument, furnish any copies, or provide any service connected with the office, until fees prescribed by law have been paid
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621Property Rights AmendmentsQuinnjust compensation in certain eminent domain proceedings
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Cosmetology and Associated Professions Amendments
Kwan/Brambleexaminations for cosmetology and related professions in languages in addition to English
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Distracted Driver Amendments FAILED IN COMMITTEE
Moss, C/Ipsonprohibits use of handheld mobile device while operating moving motor vehicle unless person uses hands-free technology
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651Ignition Interlock AmendmentsWestwoodremoves from definition of "interlock restricted driver" a driver convicted of driving under the influence if conviction does not involve alcohol
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661Local Government ModificationsHandy/Hemmertprovides that a local district board of trustees is not required to have an odd number of members once the board reaches a certain size
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S67Voter Registration AmendmentsHandyprovides that individual who applies for or renews individual's driver license or state identification card will be registered to vote unless individual opts out; allows certain information in driver license or state identification card application form to be used for voter registration purposes; requires county clerk to send certain information to individual who registers to vote; provides that individual is not guilty of fraudulent registration if individual is ineligible to register to vote but is inadvertently registered to vote under this bill
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68Political Party Amendments FAILED IN HOUSEFawsonpermits qualified political party to choose whether individual may seek the nomination of the qualified political party by individual choosing: to seek nomination through the convention process, signature-gathering process, or both; or to seek nomination through convention process or signature-gathering process, but not both; and shortens period for filing notice of intent to gather signatures to qualify for placement on regular primary election ballot
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National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact
Handyallows Utah to join the National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact
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70Costs for Aggravated Murder OffensesHandydirects Legislative Auditor General to conduct an audit of comparative costs of death penalty capital offenses and nondeath penalty capital cases
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71Adoption AmendmentsHawkes/Weilerclarifies language regarding when an adult may adopt a child if the adult has been convicted of, pleaded guilty to, or pleaded no contest to certain felonies
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Personal Communications of Governmental Entity Employees and Officers
Fawson/Hemmertprovides that a personal communication, otherwise excluded from definition of record," is included in definition if personal communication relates to certain political activity
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73Instream Flow Water Rights AmendmentsHawkesremoves sunset provision regarding an instream flow change application that may be filed by a fishing group for trout habitat
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742Emissions Inspection ModificationsSandallexempts from an emissions inspection a motor vehicle owned and operated by canal or irrigation company that is used solely for canal or irrigation purposes
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751Child Sexual Abuse AmendmentsNelson/Harperdefinition of incest includes siblings by adoption and stepsiblings
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76Tire Recycling AmendmentsSandallreimbursement of a waste tire transporter's or recycler's cost
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772Criminal Code AmendmentsMcKelldefines "indecent liberties"
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Volunteer Fire Department Financial Reporting Amendments
Watkins/Hinkinsprohibits Utah Transparency Advisory Board from including a volunteer fire department's quarterly financial reports in public financial information reported on Utah Public Finance Website
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79Private Attorney General DoctrineGreenerepeals a provision that disavows the private attorney general doctrine
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80Child Placement AmendmentsPeterson, J/Weilercan deny return of child to parent or guardian who has outstnding felony arrest warrant
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811Safety Belt Violations AmendmentsMcKell/Weilerlimits to a first violation the requirement of a court to waive a fine for certain safety belt violations
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82Student Right to Active Counsel FAILED IN COMMITTEEColemanrepresenttion, evidence, governmental immunity at disciplinary proceeding
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831Forcible Entry and Warrants AmendmentsRobertslimits forcible entry; presence of firearm within a private residence, in absence of other information suggesting that the firearm might be used against peace officer executing a warrant, is not relevant in determining whether forcible entry may be authorized
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84Felony Fleeing AmendmentsRay/Maynedefinition of "predicate offense" related to murder atfer failing to stop, operating vehicle in dangerous manner, attempting to flee
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Paratransit Vehicles and Safety Belt Amendments
Handy/Mayneexempts paratransit vehicle operated by public transit district from some safety belt requirements
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W861Manslaughter AmendmentsMcKell/Bramblemakes it a manslaughter offense to aid another to commit suicide.
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Suicide Prevention Training Amendments FAILED IN COMMITTEE
Fawson/Bramblerequires individual to complete course in suicide prevention to obtain or renew license under Utah Medical Practice Act or Utah Osteopathic Medical Practice Act
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882
Electronic Cigarette and Other Nicotine Product Amendments
Rayno sales under age 19, various licensing, tax, and other regulations
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89Health Facility Licensing AmendmentsAlbrecht/HemmertPermits DOH to collect fingerprints from individuals under 18 who are seeking clearance for direct patient access at certain healthcare facilities
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90Motor Vehicle Insurance ModificationsRaycannot use credit info for determining initial underwriting
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91Utah Anatomical Gift Act AmendmentsFroerer/Escamillaexpands list of persons who may make an anatomical gift of a decedent's body
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92Utah Vital Statistics Act AmendmentHall/Vickersamends definition of "licensed funeral establishment" to include funeral establishments outside of Utah that are licensed by another United States jurisdiction
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93Agriculture Commodity Zone AmendmentsStratton/Hinkinsestablishes and modifies Utah Grazing Agricultural Commodity Zones in Garfield County
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94Uniform Real Property Transfer on Death ActSnow/Hillyardenacts the Uniform Real Property Transfer on Death Act
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95Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets ActSnow/Hillyardaddresses hearing requirements related to disclosure of digital assets to conservator or guardian
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Amendment to Constitutional and Federalism Defense Act Repealer
Ivory/Fillmoreextends repeal date
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971Local Food Advisory Council AmendmentsHandy/Daviscreates the Local Food Advisory Council
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98Driving Under the Influence RevisionsThurstonremoves definition of "novice licensed driver"; and removes a novice licensed driver from definition of "alcohol restricted driver"
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Substance Abuse and Mental Health Act Amendments
Redd/Weilerpeer support services, several other provisions
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1001Medically Complex Children with Disabilities Waiver ProgramRedd/Bramblerequires DOH to establish program through a Medicaid waiver
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S1012Air Quality Emissions Testing AmendmentsArent/Bramblerestricts authority of a county to exempt a motor vehicle from an emissions test; amends other exemptions
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1021Use of Force Amendments
Greene/Anderegg
when use of force is not justified
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1031Water Conservation RevisionsFroerercontents of water conservation plans
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