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SALT LAKE CITY, Utah - Lt. Governor Gary R. Herbert has directed Utah's Executive Water Task Force to study and make recommendations for the proper oversight of the state's 5,300 miles of canals. The directive comes after last week's deadly incident in Northern Utah, which resulted in the death of Jacqueline Leavey and her two children, Abbey and Victor Alanis.

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah Lt. Governor Gary R. Herbert has filled another key position for his move to Governor of the State of Utah, appointing Angie Welling as director of communications for the transition period.

Utah Governor Jon M. Huntsman, Jr., has authorized state agencies to lower the Flag of the United States of America and the Flag of the State of Utah in honor of George E. Wahlen, 84, who died on June 5, 2009, in Salt Lake City.  The flags shall be flown at half-staff on all state-owned facilities from sunrise until sunset on the day of interment.

Salt Lake City - Utah Governor Jon Huntsman issued the following statement today about the death of Medal of Honor recipient George E. Wahlen:

The deadline for pre-registration for the WGA Annual meeting is Wednesday, June 3, 2009. You may register online and find additional information about the meeting by going to www.westgov.org. There is no charge for media to attend meeting sessions, which will be held at the Stein Ericksen Lodge.

Lt. Governor Gary Herbert will launch a new energy efficiency partnership campaign on May 27, 2009. The event will announce the 2009 State Energy Champion Awards for energy savings excellence and a new state employee annual campaign.

The Governor signed House and Senate Bills today.

Salt Lake City - Governor Jon Huntsman has appointed Amanda Smith as the Executive Director of the Department of Environmental Quality. The position has been unfilled since Rick Sprott retired from the position in December.

Announcement and Demonstration of New Transparency Website

Transition process going forward will be outlined

Transition process going forward will be outlined.

Salt Lake City - Utah Governor Jon Huntsman issued the following statement today: "When I had the honor of asking Utahns for their vote as Governor of the greatest state in America, I did so as a public servant. We set out, as a family, willing and able to do our very best. That dedication to service and to the success of our state and country has influenced our every step.

Salt Lake City - Utah Governor Jon Huntsman issued a call of the Utah State Legislature to begin a special session beginning Wednesday, May 20, 2009.

Every day, peace officers put on their uniforms and go to work to safeguard America's communities and uphold the freedoms we hold dear. This week we honor their contributions and sacrifice.

Health Briefing to update the public on the Swine Flu. The UDOH will also provide an updated case count.

Human cases of swine-origin influenza A (H1N1) virus (S-OIV) infection have been identified in the United States and internationally.

 Governor Huntsman will sign ceremonial copies of the following bills:

SALT LAKE CITY, (April 28, 2009)-"Punches may break bones, but words break souls.  They can take the strongest soul and crush it, turn it into an ant under a shoe.  Words can ruin hope." wrote eighth grader, Mira Reynolds, one of the finalists in Utah's 2009 Do the Write Thing Challenge.

Salt Lake City - Utah Governor Jon Huntsman has authorized the Flag of the United States of America and the Flag of the State of Utah to be lowered in honor of Former United States Congressman, Bill Orton.

The Governor signed the following bills today:

The Governor signed the following bills today:

Governor Huntsman will sign Senate Bill 187, which eliminates the private clubs requirements, with legislators and stakeholders

The Governor acted on the following bills today:

Salt Lake City - Utah Governor Jon Huntsman has appointed Michael Clarke Johnsen to the Utah State Board of Education to replace Richard Moss.

The Governor signed the following bills today:

The Governor signed the following bills today:

The Governor signed the following bills today:

Salt Lake City - Utah Governor Jon Huntsman today signed Senate Bill 260, Housing Relief Restricted Special Revenue Fund. Upon his signature, he immediately directed the Utah Housing Corporation to begin dispersing 1,600 $6,000 grants to homebuyers purchasing a newly constructed home.

The Governor signed the following health system reform bills today:

Governor Huntsman will sign the health system reform bills

The specifics of the alcohol compromise legislation can be found here.

Governor Signs Bill

Mar 06 2009

The Governor signed the following bill today:

Salt Lake City - Utah Governor Jon Huntsman has appointed Brent L. Brown to the Board of Regents for the Utah System of Higher Education. Brent Brown is the owner of the Brent Brown Automotive Group located in Provo and Orem.

Salt Lake City - Utah Governor Jon Huntsman extends his support to House Joint Resolution 8 with the following statement:

Utah Governor Jon M. Huntsman, Jr., has authorized state agencies to lower the Flag of the United States of America and the Flag of the State of Utah on Wednesday, March 4. The flags shall be flown at half-staff on all state-owned facilities from sunrise to sunset in honor of Specialist Micheal B. Alleman.  Specialist Alleman died on February 23, 2009, in Balad, Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

The Governor signed the following bills today:

Salt Lake City - Utah Governor Huntsman issued the following statement tonight regarding the appointment of Governor Kathleen Sebelius as the new Health and Human Services secretary:

The Governor signed the following bills today:

Salt Lake City - Utah Governor Jon Huntsman issued the following statement this eveningregarding the passing of Larry H. Miller:

Governor Signs Bill

Feb 20 2009

The Governor signed the following bill today

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