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HERE’S A LIST OF ACTIONS TAKEN ON BILLS BEFORE THE LEGISLATURE

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This is a list of actions Thursday on bills before the Utah Legislature. Bill sponsors are in parentheses.

House Bills Passed Both Houses

HB29 (Waddoups) - Amends state law to allow for speed limits up to 70 mph, and establishes the criteria by which the Department of Transportation will determine speed limits.

HB61 (Ure) - Provides that procedures under the Uniform Commercial Code apply to shares of stock in water-related corporations.

HB63 (Hunsaker) - Clarifies the Cafeteria Plan Exemption under Utah's Employment Security Act.

HB69 (Ure) - Provides that a forfeiture of a water right for nonuse must occur within a certain period of time after the nonuse.

HB142 (Dillree) - Increases the membership of the Utah Advisory Council on Intergovernmental Relations.

HB166 (Killpack) - Enacts a new state law regulating dentists and dental hygienists.

HB170 (Arrington) - Authorizes special veterans license plates.

HB203 (Valentine) - Modifies the definitions of certain fuels as it relates the sales and use tax.

HCR2 (Bradshaw) - Resolution calling for the integration of Utah Tomorrow principles into governmental processes.

HJR6 (Hatch) - Resolution expressing legislative support for the Andalex Resources coal development in southern Utah.

Senate Bills Passed Both Houses

SB28 (Hillyard) - Provides for work-based learning programs for interns in public and private schools and colleges.

SB64 (Taylor) - Amends state law regarding limited liability companies, including membership, reporting and management requirements.

SB65 (Hillyard) - Authorizes the state's full faith and credit to guarantee payment of school board bonds, and provides a monitoring and legal enforcement mechanism.

SB70 (Mayne) - Amends various provisions of state law regarding the Division of Services for People With Disabilities, and addresses the disposition of revenue from the sale of water rights associated with the Utah State Development Center.

SB77 (Dmitrich) - Establishes the Utah Neighborhood Development Act.

SB84 (Montgomery) - Modifies the diversion of sales and use taxes for use by the Utah Sports Authority.

SJR6 (Hillyard) - Resolution to amend the Utah Constitution to permit the state to guarantee the debt of school districts.

SJR7 (Hillyard) - Resolution to amend the Utah Constitution preserving the right to a trial by jury in criminal cases and repeals the requirement of eight-person juries in general jurisdiction courts.