House bills filedHB210 (Wharton) - Provides that full participation in the state retirement system is satisfied if an employer maintains a collective bargaining retirement system.HB211 (LeBaron) - Authorizes the Division of Facilities, Construction and Management to provide for the creation and purchase of statues for the Capitol.
HB212 (LeBaron) - Provides procedures and requirements for the recall of elected municipal officers.
HB213 (Valentine) - Amends antitrust provisions of the Utah Criminal Code.
HB214 (Tuttle) - Provides public safety officers the right to negotiate collectively with their employers.
HB215 (Ellertson) - Amends provisions concerning the scope and enforcement of hazardous substances mitigation.
HB216 (J. Moody) - Amends provisions regarding appointment to county planetariums.
HB217 (Valentine) - Clarifies the authority of the attorney general, provides procedure to modify civil investigative demands and provides requirements for sharing confidential information with other government agencies.
HB218 (Bradshaw) - Revises Utah's election laws to conform with federal legislation governing military and overseas citizens.
HB219 (Adams) - Amends the distribution of the Mineral Lease Account by the Transportation Commission.
HB220 (Bradshaw) - Requires certain employment information to be reported.
HB221 (Valentine) - Provides a method for the organization, regulation and existence of limited liability companies.
HB222 (Harward) - Creates a mechanism for implementing more efficient transfer of funds between the United States treasury and the Utah state treasury.
HCR20 (Pignanelli) - Commends the Junior League of Salt Lake City for its service to the community.
HR2 (Adams) - Revises House rules and clarifies committee powers.SB110 (Rees) - Revises the licensing provisions for physical therapists.
SB111 (C.A. Peterson) - Amends certain examination procedures for engineers in training, permits qualified experience in place of testing in certain cases and repeals certain sections regarding the licensing board.
SB112 (Hillyard) - Creates a non-lapsing higher education endowment matching fund and requires the Board of Regents to establish guidelines for institutions to apply for matching monies.
SJR10 (Christensen) - Makes changes in qualifications, eligibility, duties and functions of certain constitutional offices, boards and commissions.