WHAT LEGISLATORS DID, DIDN'T DO DID SEND TO THE GOVERNOR BILLS THAT WOULD:

LIMIT THE GROWTH IN STATE SPENDING TO INFLATION PLUS POPULATION GROWTH.

BOND FOR $52 MILLION IN NEW BUILDINGS.

DISH OUT PAY RAISES TO STATE WORKERS, JUDGES, TEACHERS AND THE GOVERNOR.

PASS A $2.93 BILLION BUDGET.

PROHIBIT TEACHERS FROM SMOKING ON SCHOOL PROPERTY DURING WORKING HOURS.

DESIGNATE 1/64TH OF THE SALES TAX, ABOUT $4 MILLION A YEAR, TO GO INTO A FUND TO BUILD FACILITIES FOR THE WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES.

PERMIT THE SALT LAKE REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY TO HELP FUND A UTAH JAZZ ARENA.

SET UP A $3 MILLION HAZARDOUS-WASTE CLEANUP FUND AND STARTED A $1.7 MILLION INSURANCE FUND FOR LEAKING UNDERGROUND GASOLINE TANKS.

PASS THREE AIDS BILLS.

MAKE ANABOLIC STEROIDS CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES.

APPROPRIATE $3 MILLION TO SETTLE CLAIMS ARISING FROM THE QUAIL CREEK DIKE DISASTER OF JAN. 1.

PASS A FAIR HOUSING ACT.

GIVE AN INCOME TAX CREDIT TO PARENTS WHO MAINTAIN A HANDICAPPED FAMILY MEMBER AT HOME.

REQUIRE AUDITS OF LOCAL POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS AND INTERLOCAL ORGANIZATIONS.

REMOVE THE REQUIREMENT THAT VENDING MACHINE PROFITS IN SCHOOLS MUST GO TOWARD BUYING SCHOOL TEXTS AND SUPPLIES.

CREATE INCENTIVES FOR 11TH-GRADE GRADUATION AS AN OPTION IN PUBLIC EDUCATION.

FUND 50 RESIDENTIAL BEDS IN THE COMMUNITY FOR THE CHRONICALLY MENTALLY ILL.

PERMIT PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO USE UNUSED SPACE FOR PRIVATE DAY-CARE CENTERS.

ENCOURAGE LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES AND THE DIVISION OF FAMILY SERVICES TO DO A BETTER JOB INVESTIGATING SUSPECTED SEXUAL ABUSE CASES.

CHANGE NAME OF DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS REGULATION TO DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE.

MAKE IT EASIER FOR VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC ABUSE TO GET PROTECTIVE ORDERS.

ENHANCE LEGISLATIVE OVERSIGHT OF RULES IMPLEMENTED BY GOVERNMENT BUREAUCRATS.

ESTABLISH NEW CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINES.

SET RIGID QUALIFICATION AND PERFORMANCE STANDARDS FOR JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.

FUND MODERN FINGERPRINTING SYSTEM TO ENABLE COMPARISON OF PRINTS IN 11 WESTERN STATES.

CONTROL THE SALE OF CHEMICALS USED TO MANUFACTURE ILLICIT DRUGS.

PROHIBIT HAZING BY SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS.

REQUIRE RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS TO PAY FOR IMPOUNDED ANIMALS AND ALLOW OWNERS TO SIGN A FORM PREVENTING USE OF PETS FOR RESEARCH.

PROVIDE MUNICIPALITIES WITH $5.5 MILLION MORE THAN LAST YEAR IN ROAD FUNDS.

REQUIRE HOSPITALS TO SEND PATIENTS ITEMIZED BILLS LISTING COSTS OF ALL SERVICES PROVIDED.

REQUIRE ALL CONTRACTORS, PLUMBERS AND ELECTRICIANS TO BE LICENSED BY THE STATE AND TO PROVIDE PROOF OF FINANCIAL STABILITY EVERY TIME THEY RENEW THEIR LICENSES.

BAN SURROGATE PARENTHOOD CONTRACTS.

PROVIDE FOR AUCTIONING EXCESS ANTELOPE ISLAND BUFFALO AND FOR USE OF THAT MONEY TO MANAGE THE HERD.

AUTHORIZE CONTINUATION OF FEDERALLY MANDATED VEHICLE EMISSIONS INSPECTIONS IN SALT LAKE, DAVIS AND UTAH COUNTIES.

BETTER PROTECT WHISTLE BLOWERS - STATE EMPLOYEES WHO REPORT WASTE OR ABUSE OF PUBLIC MONEY.

MAKE IT ILLEGAL TO HOOK ONTO CABLE TV OR PREMIUM CHANNELS WITHOUT GOING THROUGH CABLE COMPANIES.

DIDN'T:

GIVE A $19 MILLION TAX CUT.

PUT A CAP ON PROPERTY TAXES.

REMOVE THE SALES TAX FROM FOOD.

GIVE A SALES TAX REFUND TO SKI RESORTS THAT PURCHASE SNOW-MAKING EQUIPMENT.

ELIMINATE SALT LAKE CITY'S 1 PERCENT HOTEL ROOM TAX.

PROVIDE FUNDING TO REMOVE ASBESTOS FROM PUBLIC SCHOOLS.

ALLOW CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL BY PASSENGERS IN THE BACK OF CHARTERED BUSES AND LIMOUSINES.

CHANGE THE METHOD OF SELECTING STATE SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS.

PROHIBIT THE REMOVAL AND TRANSPLANTATION OF HUMAN FETAL TISSUE INTO OTHER LIVING BEINGS.

DESIGNATE ENGLISH AS AN OFFICIAL LANGUAGE.

PRIVATIZE PUBLIC EDUCATION FOOD AND TRANSPORTATION SERVICES OR TURN CONTROL OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS OVER TO THE STATE.

FUND PROGRAM TO HELP THE ELDERLY STAY OUT OF NURSING HOMES AND IN THE COMMUNITY.

REQUIRE ALL GROUP HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANIES TO PROVIDE INFERTILITY COVERAGE AND PAY FOR IN VITRO FERTILIZATION.

PROHIBIT JOB DISCRIMINATION AGAINST THE HOMELESS.

STRENGTHEN EXISTING LAWS THAT PROHIBIT CORPORAL PUNISHMENT IN SCHOOLS.

ALLOW SCHOOL DISTRICTS, BY A VOTE OF THEIR ELECTORATES, TO INCREASE INCOME TAXES TO RAISE ADDITIONAL MONEY FOR EDUCATION.

SET ASIDE FUNDING TO REBUILD THE ANTELOPE ISLAND CAUSEWAY.

CLOSE PUBLIC MEETINGS WHEN OFFICIALS ARE DISCUSSING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.

ESTABLISH AN OMBUDSMAN FOR THE HOMELESS.

SPEND $50 MILLION ON WATER BONDS.

REQUIRE SPECIAL SERVICE DISTRICTS TO JUSTIFY THEIR EXISTENCE.

ADD A FACULTY MEMBER TO THE STATE BOARD OF REGENTS OR THE COLLEGES' INSTITUTIONAL COUNCILS.

FUND 10 ADDITIONAL HIGHWAY PATROL TROOPERS.

CHANGE OR ABOLISH THE CURRENT GRAND JURY SYSTEM.

PROVIDE MORE MONEY FOR NURSES IN LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES.

PUT A 15 PERCENT CAP ON INTEREST CHARGED ON REVOLVING CHARGE ACCOUNTS, CREDIT CARDS AND BILLS FROM SERVICE PROVIDERS SUCH AS DOCTORS AND LAWYERS.

PROHIBIT TELEPHONE SOLICITORS FROM USING RECORDED TELEPHONE SOLICITATIONS BEFORE 8 A.M. AND AFTER 8 P.M.

REQUIRE ALL BUSINESSES THAT SELL GASOLINE TO PROVIDE RELATED PRODUCTS AND SERVICES SUCH AS AIR HOSES, WINDOW WASH, OIL AND TRANSMISSION FLUID.

PROVIDE PENALTIES FOR A CUSTODIAL PARENT WHO DENIES COURT-APPROVED VISITATION TO A NON-CUSTODIAL PARENT WITHOUT GOOD CAUSE.