SB 184 (Craig Peterson) - Repeals the motor vehicle division office at the state Capitol; repeals the requirement that the Tax Commission publish summary of motor vehicle registration and titling laws; and makes other technical changes.
SB185 (Beattie) - Suspends the driver's license of a person under 21 for driving with any measurable amount of alcohol in his body.SB186 (Holmgren) - Establishes a new medical assistance program for certain persons with disabilities.
SB187 (Barlow) - Amends the application of funds generated from additional public transit taxes.
SB188 (Shepherd) - Provides for curriculum related to human sexual development, stressing responsible principle-centered decisionmaking.
SB189 (Hillyard) - Changes the name of the Utah Geological and Mineral Survey.
SB190 (Barlow) - Amends certain provisions of the Real Estate Appraiser Registration and Certification Act to conform with related federal law.
SB191 (Finlinson) - Extends the length of time in which certain public agencies must file proof of appropriation.
SB192 (Holmgren) - Makes technical amendments to the power and duties of the Psychiatric Security Review Board.
SB193 (Finlinson) - Revises requirements for exclusion of land from a district.
SB194 (Hillyard) - Makes amendments to the tax code.
SB195 (Hillyard) - Makes amendments to the tax code.
SB196 (Barlow) - Provides for state and local funding of the minimum school program; establishes the value of the weighted pupil unit; requires school districts to impose minimum basic tax rate; provides for funding of school reform programs; establishes distribution formulas; and provides an appropriation for the school building supported program.
SB197 (Finlinson) - Repeals the Wildlife Damage Compensation Act.
SB198 (Rees) - Provides for an equalized capital outlay foundation program.
SB199 (Holmgren) - Directs Department of Human Services to conduct evaluation to determine mental illness in criminal proceedings.
SB200 (Money) - Requires the adjoining landowner to pay one-half of the cost of constructing and maintaining a fence.
SB201 (Myrin) - Provides benefits to military servicemen and their families.
SB202 (Myrin) - Authorizes certain persons to obtain commercial drivers' licenses for operating certain vehicles.
SB203 (Money) - Requires health insurance policies in the state to offer coverage for organ transplants.
SB204 (McMullin) - Prohibits the filing of liens unless the person filing has reasonable evidence of accuracy.
SB205 (Holmgren) - Changes admission procedures to the Utah State Hospital for certain mentally ill offenders.
SB206 (McAllister) - Appropriates money to fund state government.
SB207 (Cary Peterson) - Provides amendments to State Governmental Immunity Act.
SB208 (Beattie) - Provides amendments to the severance tax laws.
SB209 (Fordham) - Provides funding for state government.
SB210 (McAllister) - Appropriates money for support of state government.
SB211 (McAllister) - Amends the corporate tax laws.
SB212 (McAllister) - Provides amendments to the franchise tax.
SB213 (Christensen) - Provides funding for Salt Palace renovation.
SB214 (Beattie) - Amends property tax valuation laws.
SB215 (Cary Peterson) - Amends the tax code as it relates to the gross receipts tax.
SB216 (Barlow) - Provides funding for schools, teachers and education programs.
SB217 (Nielsen) - Funds capital facilities.
SB218 (Ockey) - Clarifies scope and coverage of governmental immunity.
SB219 (Richards) - Prohibits claims on a motor vehicle dealer's bond by person providing floor plan financing.
SB220 (Shepherd) - Broadens circumstances under which the Department of Health may provide funds for an abortion in accordance with new abortion law.
SB221 (Fordham) - Authorizes counties to establish bonus and incentive award programs.
SB222 (Baird) - Amends collection procedures for juvenile court restitution.
SB223 (Holmgren) - Requires a fee per bed for nursing-care facilities.
SB224 (Ockey) - Amends certain provision of Utah Securities Code to override federal preemption as allowed in the Secondary Mortgage Market Enhancement Act.
SB225 (McMullin) - Amends Title 59, tax laws.
SB226 (McMullin) - Revises personal, business and property taxes.
SB227 (Leavitt) - Provides for expansion and extension of the state's educational microwave system to public education units.
SB228 (Finlinson) - Increases fees charged by sheriffs for specified services.
SB229 (Leavitt) - Provides for technical changes in statutes dealing with teacher certification; professional practices, termination procedures; career ladders; and students in the public schools.
SB230 (Shepherd) - Establishes a task force to study the relationship between educational requirements of high school math, science and computer science, and the ability of the state to attract high-paying, technically based jobs.
SB231 (Beattie) - Clarifies the funding of the uninsurable risk pool.
SB232 (Holmgren) - Amends certain amounts regarding costs covered in the underground storage-tank fund.
SB233 (Myrin) - Amends provisions regarding the delivery of liquefied petroleum gas.
SB234 (Beattie) - Reauthorizes Legislative Strategic Planning Committee in statute.
SB235 (Nielsen) - Establishes the legal requisites of personnel policies required of certain special districts.
SB236 (Christensen) - Creates a loan fund to assist underground tank owners to bring their tanks into compliance.
SB237 (Leavitt) - Enacts provision for delivery of liquefied petroleum gas.
SCR10 (Howell) - Welcomes Juan Antonio Samaranch, president of the International Olympic Committee; conveys to Samaranch the readiness of the people of Utah to host the 1998 Olympics.
SCR11 (Howell) - Expresses appreciation to the Eccles Foundation for its gift that allowed the creation of the Scott M. Matheson Wetlands Preserve.
SCR12 (Cary Peterson) - Encourages the continued use of livestock grazing on federal lands.
SJR17 (Barlow) - Revises the Legislature's joint rules and requires disclosure of certain benefits and conflicts of interest.
SR4 (Chuck Peterson) - Provides a limitation on printing lengthy bills.
House bills introduced (short titles only):
HB351 (Bishop) - Condenses the nominating process.
HB352 (Borgeson) - Establishes a system to contractually coordinate state, county, municipal, federal and private funding sources with funds offered by Indian tribes, Indian organizations and the Utah Navajo Oil Royalty Trust.
HB353 (Mont Evans) - River development grants.
HB354 (Greensides) - Registration of financial planners.
HB355 (Voigt) - Workers' Compensation claims adjusters.
HB356 (LeBaron) - Limit of liability for engineers.
HB357 (Nelson) - Prohibits theft and sale of utilities.
HB358 (Rushton) - Uninsured employer fund payments.
HB359 (Rushton) - Uninsured employer fund requirements.
HB360 (Jones) - Fee assessment for planting trees.
HB361 (Bishop) - Post-retirement restriction amendment.
HB362 (Rushton) - Income tax for those in Operation Desert Storm.
HB363 (Bradford) - Lobbyist reporting requirements.
HB364 (Joseph Moody) - Special service districts for health.
HB365 (Wharton) - Provides funding for the Salt Palace.
HB366 (Ostler) - Provides funds for the Department of Commerce.
HB367 (Glen Brown) - Interlocal Financial Authority Act amendment.
HB368 (Bishop) - Changes the ballots for the state nominating convention.
HB369 (Oscarson) - Increases the salary of public employees.
HB370 (Olsen) - Creates a task force on lobbying.
HB371 (Harward) - Public attorneys amendments.
HB372 (Valentine) - Severance tax amendments.
HB373 (Valentine) - Sales tax amendments.
HB374 (Valentine) - Property tax county assessment.
HB375 (Harward) - Utah life and disability insurance.
HB376 (Bishop) - Division of Wildlife Resources amendments.
HB377 (Anderson) - Mobile-home lot marketing.
HB378 (Pignanelli) - Insurance code changes.
HB379 (Pignanelli) - General government amendments.
HB380 (Pignanelli) - Property tax amendments.
HB381 (Pignanelli) - Finances education.
HB382 (Atkinson) - Labor-Industrial Commission.
HB383 (Wharton) - Education alternative.
HB384 (Wharton) - Amends Workers Compensation.
HB385 (Wharton) - Funds the arts.
HB386 (Wharton) - Amends retirement exemptions.
HB387 (Protzman) - Campaign finance reform.
HB388 (Protzman) - Lobbyist reform.
HB389 (Protzman) - Sales tax amendments.
HB390 (Protzman) - Finances economic development.
HB391 (Protzman) - Innovative education programs.
HB392 (Protzman) - Changes the income tax.
HB393 (Mont Evans) - State government changes.
HB394 (Adams) - Indian Affairs.
HB396 (Harward) - Tax amendments.
HB397 (Glen Brown) - Property tax amendments.
HB398 (Haze Hunter) - Capital facilities - state projects.
HB399 (Olsen) - State funding amendments.
HB400 (Bradford) - School Finance Act.
HB401 (Glen Brown) - Supplemental Appropriations Act.
HB402 (Glen Brown) - Funds state government.
HB403 (Glen Brown) - Funds state government.
HB404 (Voigt) - Handicap parking permit amendments.
HB405 (Atkinson) - Privacy amendments.
HB406 (Uipi) - Landlord's access to utility records.
HB407 (Dmitrich) - Refunds of cancelled health policies.
HB408 (Goodfellow) - Legislator retirement eligibility amendments.
HB409 (Arrington) - Health care access study.
HB410 (Lewis) - Asbestos audit of public buildings.
HB411 (Lewis) - Amendments to insurance code.
HB412 (Lewis) - Amendments to tax code.
HB413 (Lewis) - Juvenile justice amendments.
HB414 (Valentine) - Transitory property fee amendments.
HB415 (Fox) - Public safety salary package.
HB416 (Valentine) - Ad valorem property tax.
HB417 (Oscarson) - Public school dispute resolution act.
HB418 (Adams) - College of Eastern Utah.
HB419 (Wright) - PAC contribution limitations.
HB420 (Jorgensen) - Strategic planning commission reauthorization.
HB421 (Jensen) - Campaign reform.
HB422 (Bradford) - Enrollment options amendments.
HB423 (Haze Hunter) - Capital improvement priorities.
HB424 (Irby Arrington) - Compounds the cost of living adjustments for retirees.
HB425 (Greensides) - Public Service Commission regulatory fees.
HB426 (Ostler) - Registration of employee leasing.
HB427 (Young) - Stress disorder as compensable loss.
HB428 (Arrington) - Recall statute.
HB429 (Beverly Evans) - Tinting windows in motor vehicles.
HB430 (Jones) - Administrative law courts.
HB431 (Adams) - Indian veterans' housing assistance.
HB432 (Evans) - Native American Day.
HB433 (Lewis) - Uniform probate code - conservatorship.
HB434 (Davis) - Civil public nuisance.
HB435 (Oscarson) - Prostitution and HIV exposure.
HB436 (Valentine) - Trial court organization and jurisdiction.
HB437 (Bishop) - Convention facility renovation funding.
HB438 (Bishop) - Convention, tourism and recreation and facility operation funding.
HB439 (Reese Hunter) - Payment of attorneys' fees.
HB440 (Mont Evans) - Local government campaign contribution disclosure.
HB441 (Bishop) - Retirement benefit information.
HB442 (Davis) - Uninsurable risk pool.
HB443 (Jones) - Voter registration procedures.
HB444 (Ellertson) - Youth correction amendments.
HB445 (Short) - Public school hazardous traffic condition appropriation.
HB446 (Wharton) - WIC emergency fund account.
HB447 (Pignanelli) - Local governments redistricting amendment.
HB448 (Davis) - Solid waste management planning.
HB449 (Pignanelli) - Utah Columbus Quincentenary Commission.
HB450 (Wright) - Motor fuel tax refund amendments.
HB451 (Fox) - Economic development amendments.
HB452 (Pignanelli) - Retirement changes for contributory.
HJR31 (Olsen) - Calls for a constitutional amendment concerning the Rainy day Fund.
HJR32 (Irby Arrington) - Legislative constitutional amendment.
HJR33 (Bishop) - Gifted programs in education resolution.
HJR34 (Adams) - American Indian religious freedom.
HJR35 (Bishop) - Master study resolution.
HJR36 (Tuttle, Goodfellow) - Ethnic and Mining Museum of Magna resolution.