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Governor signs 106 bills, 51 left to act on

WHO: Utah Governor Jon M. Huntsman, Jr.

WHAT: The Governor signed the following bills today:

Senate Bills:

  • SB 8, Care of Students with Diabetes in School; Sponsor Sen. Patrice Arent
  • SB 27, Lake Powell Pipeline Development Act; Sponsor Sen. Thomas Hatch
  • SB 28, Sales and Use Tax * Exemption for Isolated or Occasional Sales; Sponsor Sen. Lyle Hillyard
  • SB 29, Sales and Use Tax Exemption - Telecommunications; Sponsor Sen. Curtis Bramble
  • SB 30, Sales and Use Tax Exemption for Semiconductor Fabricating, Processing, Research, or Development Materials; Sponsor Sen. Curtis Bramble
  • SB 31, Sales and Use Tax * Manufacturing and Industry Exemptions Amendments; Sponsor Sen. Howard Stephenson
  • SB 34, Gross Receipts Tax Amendments, Repeal and Public Utility Tariffs; Sponsor Sen. Mike Dmitrich
  • SB 37, Income Tax * Taxation of Individuals, Estates, and Trusts; Sponsor Sen. Lyle Hillyard
  • SB 38, Individual Income Taxation of Certain Trust Distributions; Sponsor Sen. Lyle Hillyard
  • SB 84, Nonprofit Entity Amendments; Sponsor Sen. Lyle Hillyard
  • SB 85, State-owned Art Collection Inventory Study Program; Sponsor Sen. Beverly Ann Evans
  • SB 89, Sales and Use Tax * Attachment of Tangible Personal Property to Real Property; Sponsor Sen. Howard Stephenson
  • SB 107, Title to Manufactured Housing or Mobile Homes; Sponsor Sen. Thomas Hatch
  • SB 116, Department of Financial Institution's Fees; Sponsor Sen. Lyle Hillyard
  • SB 118, Driving by Minors Amendments; Sponsor Sen. Karen Hale
  • SB 128, Revolving Credit Line Trust Deed; Sponsor Sen. Thomas Hatch
  • SB 130, Joint Tenancy Amendments; Sponsor Sen. Thomas Hatch
  • SB 139, Reportable Transactions Act; Sponsor Sen. Howard Stephenson
  • SB 141, Response to HIPAA Changes; Sponsor Sen. Peter Knudson
  • SB 146, Physician Assistants and Public Health Amendments; Sponsor Sen. Gregory Bell
  • SB 155, Amendments to County and Municipal Land Use Provisions; Sponsor Sen. Gregory Bell
  • SB 159, District Court Judge; Sponsor Sen. Mark Madsen
  • SB 165, Corporations * Professional Services Amendment; Sponsor Sen. Lyle Hillyard
  • SB 168, Community Association Act Amendments; Sponsor Sen. Michael Waddoups
  • SB 176, Contact Lens Consumer Protection Act; Sponsor Sen. Curtis Bramble
  • SB 179, Amendments to Sales and Use Tax Exemptions for Certain Vehicles, Boats, Boat Trailers and Outboard Motors; Sponsor Sen. Howard Stephenson
  • SB 198, Property Tax * Intangible Property; Sponsor Sen. Curtis Bramble
  • SB 205, Real Property * Partial Release or Partial Reconveyance; Sponsor Sen. Thomas Hatch
  • SB 209, Waste Fee Amendments; Sponsor Sen. Dan Eastman
  • SB 226, Registration and Title Provisions; Sponsor Sen. Dan Eastman
  • SB 245, Redevelopment Agency Amendments; Sponsor Sen. Curtis Bramble
  • SB 246, County Director of Personnel Management Amendments; Sponsor Sen. Thomas Hatch
  • SB 267, Changes to Local Government Provisions; Sponsor Sen. L. Alma Mansell
  • SB 268, Property Rights Ombudsman; Sponsor Sen. L. Alma Mansell SCR 1, Resolution Encouraging School Boards to Adopt Policy Prohibiting Bullying; Sponsor Sen. Patrice Arent

House Bills:

  • HB 9, Workers' Compensation Studies Including Coverage of Firefighters and Drug Officers; Sponsor Rep. Joseph Murray
  • HB 11, Retirement Office Amendments; Sponsor Rep. Ann Hardy
  • HB 12, Amendments to Government Records Access and Management Act; Sponsor Rep. Douglas Aagard
  • HB 13, Common Polling Places Amendments; Sponsor Rep. Douglas Aagard
  • HB 14, Open Meetings Law Amendments; Sponsor Rep. Wayne Harper
  • HB 15, Early Voting; Sponsor Rep. Douglas Aagard
  • HB 16, Revisions to Open and Public Meetings Law; Sponsor Rep. Glenn Donnelson
  • HB 20, Commercial Driver Training School Act Amendments; Sponsor Rep. James Dunnigan
  • HB 50, Utah Technology Industry Council Revisions; Sponsor Rep. David Litvack
  • HB 54, Sales and Use Tax Exemption for Sales of Certain Agricultural Products; Sponsor Rep. Gordon Snow
  • HB 56, Sex Offender Registration Amendments; Sponsor Rep. Susan Lawrence - more -
  • HB 63, Probate Code Amendments Regarding Homicide; Sponsor Rep. Karen Morgan
  • HB 65, Consumer Protection Agency; Sponsor Rep. Susan Lawrence
  • HB 66, Tuition Waivers for Higher Education; Sponsor Rep. Craig Buttars
  • HB 67, Military and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voter Amendments; Sponsor Rep. Stephen Urquhart
  • HB 70, Statute of Limitations on Bodily Injury; Sponsor Rep. Curtis Oda
  • HB 72, Workers' Compensation for the State; Sponsor Rep. Gordon Snow
  • HB 76, High Deductible Health Plan Option for Public Employees; Sponsor Rep. Bradley Daw
  • HB 78, Investment of Land Grant Trust Funds; Sponsor Rep. David Clark
  • HB 80, Energy Savings in State Buildings; Sponsor Rep. Fred Hunsaker
  • HB 86, Property Tax * Refunding Tax Prepayments; Sponsor Rep. Fred Hunsaker
  • HB 95, Individual Income Tax Contribution for Community Spay and Neuter Programs; Sponsor Rep. Michael Noel
  • HB 109, Sales and Use Tax * Food and Food Ingredients; Sponsor Rep. Merlynn Newbold
  • HB 115, Salary of the Lieutenant Governor; Sponsor Rep. LaVar Christensen
  • HB 117, GRAMA Records Committee Appeal; Sponsor Rep. Carol Spackman Moss
  • HB 123, Disaster Response and Recovery Act; Sponsor Rep. J. Stuart Adams
  • HB 124, Parent-Time Amendments; Sponsor Rep. Brad Dee
  • HB 131, Economic Development Incentives; Sponsor Rep. Brad Dee
  • HB 132, Local Land Use Requirements; Sponsor Rep. Michael Morley
  • HB 133, Commercial Transactions of Personal Property; Sponsor Rep. Rebecca Lockhart
  • HB 139, State Antiquities and Historic Sites Amendments; Sponsor Rep. Bradley Johnson
  • HB 145, Rangeland Improvement Act; Sponsor Rep. Bradley Johnson
  • HB 150, Workers' Compensation Revisions; Sponsor Rep. Michael Morley
  • HB 152, Navajo Trust Fund Amendments; Sponsor Rep. Brad King
  • HB 160, Construction Standard Amendments; Sponsor Rep. Michael Morley
  • HB 188, Government Records Access and Management Act Revisions; Sponsor Rep. Craig Frank
  • HB 192, Instructional Materials for Disabled Students; Sponsor Rep. Gregg Buxton
  • HB 193, Sales and Use Tax Funding for Health Care; Sponsor Rep. John Mathis
  • HB 198, Statewide 911 Emergency Communication Amendments; Sponsor Rep. Brad Dee
  • HB 207, Inherent Risks of Participating in Recreational Activities on Property Owned by Local Government; Sponsor Rep. DeMar Bud Bowman
  • HB 209, Partial Lump-Sum Retirement Payment Option; Sponsor Rep. David Clark
  • HB 212, DNA Database Amendments; Sponsor Rep. J. Stuart Adams
  • HB 215, PEHP Risk Pool Amendments; Sponsor Rep. David Clark
  • HB 218, Schools for the Deaf and Blind Salary Adjustment; Sponsor Rep. Karen Morgan
  • HB 224, Retirement System Participation; Sponsor Rep. David Clark - more -
  • HB 229, Trauma Registry Data; Sponsor Rep. Sheryl Allen
  • HB 233, Insurance Licensing Amendments; Sponsor Rep. James Dunnigan
  • HB 237, Direct-Entry Midwife Act * Repealers; Sponsor Rep. Jackie Biskupski
  • HB 245, Child Custody Determinations; Sponsor Rep. Lorie Fowlke
  • HB 247, Plea in Abeyance Fee; Sponsor Rep. Susan Lawrence
  • HB 260, State Office of Rehabilitation * Budget Recommendations; Sponsor Rep. Bradley Last
  • HB 263, Child Care Revisions; Sponsor Rep. Gregg Buxton
  • HB 267, Transportation Construction Amendments; Sponsor Rep. Julie Fisher
  • HB 272, Insurance Law Amendments; Sponsor Rep. Todd Kiser
  • HB 274, Removal of County or Prosecution District Officer Amendments; Sponsor Rep. Scott Wyatt
  • HB 291, State Tax Commission Bonding and Licensing Amendments; Sponsor Rep. Wayne Harper
  • HB 294, Creation of Education Fund; Sponsor Rep. Jeff Alexander
  • HB 295, Child Support Amendments; Sponsor Rep. Lorie Fowlke
  • HB 348, Election code * Electronic Voting Procedures and Requirements; Sponsor Rep. Douglas Aagard
  • HB 365, Automated Teller Machine Fees; Sponsor Rep. Mark Walker
  • HB 371, Transient Room Taxes Amendments; Sponsor Rep. David Clark
  • HB 372, Expenditure of Local Option Transportation Tax Revenue; Sponsor Rep. Ben Ferry
  • HB 394, Relocating Outdoor Advertising; Sponsor Rep. David Ure
  • HB 401, Veterans Affairs Amendments; Sponsor Rep. Brad Dee
  • HB 407, Counseling for Families of Veterans; Sponsor Rep. Tim Cosgrove
  • HB 410, Sex Offender Registration Fee; Sponsor Rep. Lorie Fowlke
  • HB 414, Petition for Involuntary Medication of Incompetent Person; Sponsor Rep. Scott Wyatt
  • HB 423, Limitation on Local Highway Authorities; Sponsor Rep. Wayne Harper
  • HB 430, Department of Financial Institutions Pay Plan; Sponsor Rep. Jeff Alexander
  • HB 446, Surplus Lands Amendments; Sponsor Rep. Mark Walker
  • HB 461, Veterans Nursing Home * Extension Bond Authorization; Sponsor Rep. Ann Hardy HCR 6, Concurrent Resolution Recognizing Contributions of Fred C. Adams; Sponsor Rep. DeMar Bud Bowman

Snapshot of action on bills: The Governor's Office has received all 395 bills and resolutions. Excluding the 19 resolutions that do not require the Governor's signature, there are a total of 376 pieces of legislation that require his action.

Governor Huntsman has acted on 325 bills and resolutions, signing 324 of them and vetoing one. There are 51 pieces of legislation left to address.

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