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Governor Signs 44 Bills, 1 Resolution

WHO: Utah Governor Jon Huntsman

WHAT: The Governor signed the following bills Thursday and today:

    Senate Bills:
  • SB 8, Use of State Engineer Fees; Sponsor Sen. Margaret Dayton
  • SB9, Nonprofit Corporation Amendments; Sponsor Sen. Lyle Hillyard
  • SB 24, Probate Code Amendments; Sponsor Sen. Ross Romero
  • SB 26, Utah Commission on Aging; Sponsor Sen. Patricia Jones
  • SB 28, Water Conveyance Easements; Sponsor Sen. Dennis Stowell
  • SB 38, Juvenile Court Judge; Sponsor Sen. Carlene Walker
  • SB 44, Scrap Metal Transactions; Sponsor Sen. Jon Greiner
  • SB 48, Amendments to Coal Mining and Reclamation; Sponsor Sen. Mike Dmitrich
  • SB 53, Higher Education Engineering Partnership; Sponsor Sen. Gregory Bell
  • SB 138, Administrative Rule Criminal and Civil Penalty Amendments; Sponsor Sen. Howard Stephenson
  • SB 150, Property Exempt from Execution; Sponsor Sen. Lyle Hillyard
  • SB 151, Case Management Pilot Project; Sponsor Sen. Gregory Bell
  • SB 199, Division of Real Estate and Title Insurance Related Amendments; Sponsor Sen. Sheldon Killpack
  • SB 224, Judiciary Amendments; Sponsor Sen. Lyle Hillyard
  • SB 268, Rural Broadband Service Fund; Sponsor Sen. Bill Hickman

House Bills:

  • HB 6, Controlled Substance Database Amendments; Sponsor Rep. Ronda Rudd Menlove
  • HB 31, Driver License or Identification Card Requirement for Sex Offenders; Sponsor Rep. Paul Ray
  • HB 34, Sales and Use Tax Exemptions for Certain Property Brought into the State; Sponsor Rep. Rebecca Lockhart
  • HB 46, Disaster Recovery Funding; Sponsor Rep. Curtis Oda
  • HB 52, Driver License Fee Amendments; Sponsor Rep. Bradley Daw
  • HB 58, New School District Property Tax Amendments; Sponsor Rep. Bradley Daw
  • HB 65, Special and Local Districts Amendments; Sponsor Rep. Brad Dee
  • HB 91, Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice Funding; Sponsor Rep. Brad Dee
  • HB 92, Adoption of an Adult Provisions; Sponsor Rep. John Mathis
  • HB 97, Motor Vehicle Registration Checkoff for Protecting Access to Public Lands and Off-Highway Vehicle Education; Sponsor Rep. Michael Noel
  • HB 103, Statewide Mutual Aid Act; Sponsor Rep. Curtis Oda
  • HB 112, Utah Council on Victims of Crime; Sponsor Rep. Scott Wyatt
  • HB 128, Divorce Orientation; Sponsor Rep. Lorie Fowlke
  • HB 133, Parent-Time Amendments; Sponsor Rep. Lorie Fowlke
  • HB 134, School and Institutional Trust Lands Amendments; Sponsor Rep. John Mathis
  • HB 147, Restitution Amendments; Sponsor Rep. Kevin Garn
  • HB 157, Victim Restitution; Sponsor Rep. Stephen Clark
  • HB 264, Revisor's Statute; Sponsor Rep. Stephen Urquhart
  • HB 277, Construction Amendments; Sponsor Rep. Michael Morley
  • HB 295, Insurance Law Amendments; Sponsor Rep. James Dunnigan
  • HB 301, Department of Transportation Projects * Categorically Excluded Environmental Projects; Sponsor Rep. Stephen Urquhart
  • HB 326, Repeal of Juvenile Justice Services Victim Restitution Account; Sponsor Rep. Douglas Aagard
  • HB 339, Regulation of Cottage Food Production Operation; Sponsor Rep. Roger Barrus
  • HB 340, Insurer Receivership Act; Sponsor Rep. James Dunnigan
  • HB 351, Revolving Loan Fund for Certain Energy Efficient Projects; Sponsor Rep. Roger Barrus
  • HB 354, Bus Passenger Safety Act Amendments; Sponsor Rep. Mark Walker
  • HB 432, Identity Theft Database Amendments; Sponsor Rep. Eric Hutchings
  • HB 449, Accident Report Records Access; Sponsor Rep. Mark Walker
  • HB 463, Crime of Claiming Military Award by Nonrecipient; Sponsor Rep. Gage Froerer
  • HCR 7, Resolution Honoring Victims and Family Members Impacted by Trolley Square Tragedy; Sponsor Rep. Jackie Biskupski

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