New bills filed:SB125 (Hillyard) - Changes membership of judicial nominating commissions.
SB126 (McAllister) - Provides for tolling of action limitation period on enforcement orders under specific circumstances.
SB127 (Hillyard) - Establishes a statewide uniform tax on certain transitory personal property.
SB128 (Finlinson) - Revises Chapter 3 of the Uniform Commercial Code to provide for new technologies and practices in payment.
SB129 (Storey) - Repeals the domestic violence no-contact requirement and provides for mandatory arrest under certain conditions.
HB252 (Reese Hunter) - Provides for the licensing of homeopathic physicians.
HB253 (Jorgesen, Pignanelli) - Allows, police officers to work for collection agencies with employer approval.
HB254 (Protzman) - Allows for the imposition of presentence investigation and probation service fees and gives the courts authority to enforce payment.
HB255 (Waddoups) - Repeals the provision for an additional public transit tax.
HB256 (Lyon) - Eliminates spousal exception for rape.
HB257 (Olsen) - Creates a trust account for abortion defense litigation.
HB258 (Alexander) - Authorizes the imposition of penalties for failure to remit transient room taxes.
HB259 (Lewis) - Allows income tax credits for investment in technologies for recycling plastics.
HB260 (Reese Hunter) - Defines a moral nuisance and allows citizens to seek court injunctions against such nuisances.
HB261 (Protzman) - Creates an advisory peer committee and revises educational requirements for occupational and professional licensing.
HCR28 (Burningham) - Urges the federal government to appropriate money for a NASA Life Support Research Center in Utah.
HCR29 (Davis) - Designates April 17 as "We need a neat environment" day.