Jud Burkett, Associated Press
SALT LAKE CITY — The Senate unanimously passed a bill Tuesday to restrict access and use of Utah voter registration information.
The bill prohibits a person from using the list of registered voters for certain purposes, such as soliciting donations or conducting a poll. It includes exceptions for political, scholarly, journalistic and governmental purposes.
SB36 now goes to the House.
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