HOUSE BILLS PASSED IN 1989 LEGISLATURE:

HB1 (DMITRICH) - CHANGES REQUIREMENTS FOR MINIMUM HEIGHTS OF MOTOR VEHICLES.HB3 (J. ARRINGTON) - REQUIRES THE LICENSING OF SELLERS OF CHEMICALS THAT COULD BE TURNED INTO ILLEGAL DRUGS AND THE KEEPING RECORDS OF SUCH SALES.

HB5 (HARWARD) - REPEALS RULES OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, SINCE THE UTAH SUPREME COURT UNDER THE STATE CONSTITUTION HAS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF ESTABLISHING THOSE RULES.

HB6 (MOODY) - PROVIDES CONFIDENTIALITY FOR PERSONS WHO HAVE A COMMUNICABLE DISEASE AND THE CIRCUMSTANCES WHEREBY INFORMATION ABOUT THE PERSON AND DISEASE CAN BE RELEASED.

HB7 (BURNINGHAM) - ALLOWS THE DRIVING LICENSE OF A MINOR TO BE REVOKED FOR ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE.

HB8 (BISHOP) - ALLOWS LOCAL HEALTH DEPARTMENTS TO PARTICIPATE IN RISK MANAGEMENT FUNDS.

HB11 (OSCARSON) - CONTINUES THE VEHICLE EMISSIONS INSPECTION PROGRAM.

HB13 (RUSH) - EXEMPTS DENTISTS FROM THE MEDICAL PRE-LITIGATION PANEL.

HB14 (R. EVANS) - EXPANDS THE PROTECTION FOR GOVERNMENT "WHISTLE BLOWERS."

HB15 (R. EVANS) - PROVIDES DEFINITIONS OF PEOPLE WHO MAY FILE COMPLAINTS AND SEEK PROTECTIVE ORDERS.

HB16 (MILNER) - ESTABLISHES THE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INTERVENTION TASK FORCE.

HB17 (ALLEN) - PROVIDES FOR SPECIAL LICENSE PLATES FOR PEARL HARBOR SURVIVORS.

HB23 (ELLERTSON) - INCREASES THE NUMBER OF JUVENILE COURT JUDGES AND PROVIDES A METHOD OF FUNDING THE NEW JUDGES' SALARIES.

HB28 (PRICE) - CLARIFIES WHO PAYS THE COSTS IN AN ANATOMICAL GIFT.

HB29 (FOX) - REQUIRES THAT PEOPLE WHO REQUEST VEHICLE REGISTRATION INFORMATION PROVIDE PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION.

HB32 (OLSEN) - LIMITS THE LIABILITY OF DIRECTORS OF AGRICULTURAL COOPERATIVES.

HB35 (HARWARD) - REQUIRES LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE MEETINGS TO COMPLY WITH THE STATE OPEN MEETINGS LAW.

HB37 (ELLERTSON) - EMPOWERS THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT TO TAKE EMERGENCY ACTION TO ADDRESS RELEASES OF HAZARDOUS WASTES.

HB38 (BRADSHAW) - REMOVES THE COMPULSORY DISCLOSURE PROVISION TO THE CHARITABLE SOLICITATION ACT.

HB41 (BISHOP) - REVISES AND RECODIFIES GRIEVANCE PROCEDURES AND THE PERSONNEL REVIEW BOARD.

HB44 (KNOWLTON) - LIMITS THE AMOUNT THAT CAN BE TRANSFERRED FROM THE TRANSPORTATION FUND TO AGENCIES NOT A PART OF THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION.

HB46 (J. MOODY) - REMOVES THE REQUIREMENT THAT VENDING MACHINE PROFITS IN SCHOOLS MUST GO TOWARD BUYING SCHOOL TEXTS AND SUPPLIES.

HB47 (FRANDSEN) - REMOVES THE REQUIREMENT THAT NOTICE OF THE ANNUAL ASSESSMENT WORK DONE ON MINING CLAIMS BE POSTED ON THE DISCOVERY MONUMENT.

HB49 (HARWARD) - SPLITS THE VICTIM REPARATION FUND FOR VARIOUS USES.

HB50 (CHRISTENSEN) - AUTHORIZES THE COLLECTION OF ATTORNEY FEES AND COURT COSTS INCURRED IN COLLECTING DELINQUENT DISTRIBUTION ASSESSMENTS.

HB51 (RUSH) - PROHIBITS THE FREE DISTRIBUTION OF CIGARETTES.

HB53 (RUSH) - OUTLAWS VENDING MACHINE SALE OF CIGARETTES AND PROHIBITS SMOKING IN SCHOOLS AND CHILD CARE FACILITIES.

HB58 (ALLEN) - CREATES A NOXIOUS WEED COMMITTEE.

HB59 (PIGNANELLI) - ASSIGNS TO THE STATE DIVISION OF INVESTIGATIONS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF PROVIDING WARRANT INFORMATION.

HB62 (R. EVANS) - CLARIFIES THE RECORDING REQUIREMENTS OF MECHANICS LIENS.

HB65 (R. EVANS) - GRANTS AUTHORITY TO THE BOARD OF MENTAL HEALTH TO ADOPT THE INTERSTATE COMPACT ON MENTAL HEALTH.

HB66 (ALLEN) - REQUIRES PUBLIC UTILITIES AND CABLE OPERATORS TO MARK THEIR UNDERGROUND CABLES WITHIN TWO HOURS OF EXCAVATION TO REPAIR WATER PIPES.

HB67 (LUNT) - AMENDS THE PENALTY PROVISIONS OF MILITARY LAW.

HB68 (HARWARD) - AUTHORIZES THE PRINTING OF BOLDFACE TYPE IN NUMBERED BILLS.

HB72 (HALVERSON) - REPEALS THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION BICENTENNIAL COMMISSION.

HB74 (HARWARD) - CLARIFIES LANGUAGE IN THE STATE'S CURRENT BUSINESS TAX LAWS.

HB75 (TUTTLE) - AUTHORIZES THE DIVISION OF PARKS AND RECREATION TO SELL OR DISPOSE OF BUFFALO ON ANTELOPE ISLAND THROUGH COMPETITIVE BIDDING AND THEN PROVIDES FOR THOSE REVENUES TO BE USED TO MANAGE THE HERD.

HB76 (LEWIS) - DISALLOWS APPEALS OF LOCAL PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSIONS TO THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT UNLESS THE LEGISLATIVE BODY OF THE MUNICIPALITY HAS DESIGNATED THAT AS THE PROPER APPELLATE BODY.

HB78 (BAIN) - AMENDS THE PROPERTY THAT IS SUBJECT TO EMINENT DOMAIN ACTIONS.

HB79 (FRANDSEN) - PROVIDES THAT THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT LICENSE ONLY INTERMEDIATE CARE FACILITIES FOR THE MENTALLY RETARDED THAT MEET SPECIFIED CRITERIA.

HB81 (NIX) - EXEMPTS CANDIDATES IN COUNTY ELECTIONS WHO MUST SUBMIT FINANCIAL STATEMENTS TO THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR.

HB83 (ROSE, FAWSON) - REQUIRES HOSPITALS TO ITEMIZE PATIENT BILLING STATEMENTS.

HB84 (CHRISTENSEN) - MODIFIES THE CLASSIFICATION OF THEFT AS A THIRD DEGREE FELONY.

HB86 (BURNINGHAM) - CHANGES THE COMPOSITION OF THE STATE LIBRARY BOARD AND CLARIFIES CERTAIN RESPONSIBILITIES.

HB93 (WADDOUPS) - MAKES IT SO HOLIDAYS FALLING ON A SATURDAY WILL BE OBSERVED BY STATE EMPLOYEES ON FRIDAY.

HB95 (LEWIS) - AMENDS THE GENERAL INTEREST STATUTE OF THE UTAH PROCUREMENT CODE.

HB98 (TUTTLE) - AMENDS THE DEFINITION OF MARIJUANA.

HB103 (MILNER) - AMENDS CERTAIN PROVISIONS CONCERNING DEFINITIONS OF ASSAULT AND AGGRAVATED ASSAULT.

HB104 (LEBARON) - AMENDS THE POWER OF THE UTAH STATEHOOD CENTENNIAL COMMISSION AND APPROPRIATES $1,000 TO THE COMMISSION.

HB105 (MILNER) - AMENDS THE DEFINITION OF LEWDNESS.

HB107 (KNOWLTON) - ESTABLISHES ELECTED ASSESSOR CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS.

HB108 (WHITE) - AMENDS THE ALLOCATION OF FEES AND EXPENSES RELATING TO DETERMINATION OF MENTAL COMPETENCY OF CRIMINAL DEFENDANTS.

HB109 (BROWN) - REQUIRES INSTITUTIONS TO OBTAIN PERMISSION OF APPROPRIATE MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT BEFORE RECEIVING ANIMALS FOR SCIENTIFIC EXPERIMENTATION.

HB112 (M. BROWN) - AUTHORIZES LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES TO GIVE UNCLAIMED STOLEN BICYCLES TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS.

HB113 (BISHOP) - REQUIRES PLEDGES FROM PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS AND PROVIDES REMEDIES WHEN AN ELECTOR VIOLATES THAT PLEDGE.

HB115 (BISHOP) - CLARIFIES DEFINITIONS AND AUTHORITY OF THE STATE RETIREMENT OFFICE.

HB116 (BISHOP) - ESTABLISHES ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR COVERAGE UNDER THE PUBLIC SAFETY RETIREMENT SYSTEM.

HB117 (BISHOP) - ALLOWS THE PURCHASE OF SERVICE CREDIT EARNED WHILE ON A LEAVE OF ABSENCE.

HB118 (BISHOP) - AMENDS THE DEFINITION OF "FINAL AVERAGE SALARY" IN THE PUBLIC SAFETY AND FIREFIGHTER RETIREMENT SYSTEMS FOR PURPOSES OF UNIFORMITY AND EQUITY.

HB119 (BISHOP) - ESTABLISHES RESTRICTIONS ON THE POST-RETIREMENT EMPLOYMENT OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES, PARTICULARLY PEACE OFFICERS.

HB121 (B.A. EVANS) - REQUIRES THE PAYMENT OF OIL, GAS AND MINING ROYALTIES BE MADE WITHIN 90 DAYS.

HB125 (OSCARSON) - EXEMPTS CARGO OF RECYCLING MATERIAL FROM CERTAIN MOTOR CARRIER REGULATIONS.

HB127 (OSTLER) - CLARIFIES RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND AGENCY PERSONNEL DIRECTORS; MAKES TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS.

HB128 (PROTZMAN) - PROVIDES FOR LICENSING OF RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGISTS AND PRACTICAL TECHNICIANS AND ESTABLISHES A RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGIST LICENSING BOARD.

HB129 (ATKINSON) - PROHIBITS FOR-PROFIT SURROGATE PARENTHOOD CONTRACTS AND PROVIDES CRIMINAL PENALTY FOR VIOLATION AND PROVIDES FOR FUTURE LEGISLATIVE ASSESSMENT.

HB134 (BODILY) - REQUIRES WATER CONSERVANCY DISTRICTS TO PUBLISH INFORMATION, INCLUDING REPORT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION, ANNUALLY IN A NEWSPAPER.

HB137 (YOUNG) - INCREASES CREDIT FOR GOOD BEHAVIOR OF MISDEMEANANTS.

HB138 (CHRISTENSON) - REQUIRES 20 PERCENT OF REVENUES DERIVED FROM MINERAL LEASES ON WILDLIFE LANDS TO BE DEPOSITED IN LAND GRANT MAINTENANCE ACCOUNT; EXTENDS MAXIMUM TERM FOR LEASE OF STATE LANDS.

HB139 (YOUNG) - PROHIBITS POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES IN PRISONS AND JAILS AND PROVIDES ENHANCED PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION.

HB141 (LEWIS) - MAKES TECHNICAL AMENDMENTS TO PROVISIONS OF REAL ESTATE STATUTES.

HB142 (HARWARD, OLSEN, NIELSEN) - PROVIDES AN EXPIRATION DATE FOR ALL RULES ENACTED BY AN AGENCY OF THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH.

HB144 (HARWARD) - AUTHORIZES THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TO ESTABLISH A FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNT PROGRAM FOR STATE EMPLOYEES.

HB148 (OLSEN) - EXEMPTS IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES FROM SALES TAX.

HB149 (HARWARD) - GRANTS THE ADMINISTRATIVE RULES REVIEW COMMITTEE INTERIM COMMITTEE POWERS.

HB150 (MILNER) - ALLOWS PROSPECTIVE GUIDE DOGS IN TRAINING TO ENTER FACILITIES WHERE GUIDE DOGS ARE ALLOWED.

HB151 (WILSON) - REQUIRES THE GOVERNING BODIES OF MUNICIPALITIES AND COUNTIES TO DESIGNATE TIMES FOR OPEN BURNING.

HB152 (HARWARD) - IMPOSES AN ADDITIONAL FEE TO FUND DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION PROGRAMS AND APPLIES THE FEE TO BOTH ADULTS AND JUVENILES.

HB154 (HARWARD, OLSEN, NIELSEN) - REVISES AND CONSOLIDATES THE RULE-MAKING POWERS OF THE VARIOUS STATE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES.

HB158 (JONES) - ALLOWS LOCAL SCHOOLS BOARDS TO AUTHORIZE THE USE OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS FOR DAY CARE SERVICES.

HB159 (DMITRICH) - PROHIBITS THE DISCHARGE OF OFFENSIVE WASTE SUBSTANCES ON LANDS ADJACENT TO RAILROADS IN THIS STATE.

HB160 (PRICE) - PROVIDES THAT VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTERS ARE EMPLOYEES OF LOCAL GOVERNMENTAL ENTITIES FOR PURPOSES OF RECEIVING WORKERS' COMPENSATION BENEFITS.

HB162 (LEWIS) - ESTABLISHES A DEFINITION OF "ESCAPED PROPERTY," ALLOWS THE TAX COMMISSION TO ASSESS USING ESCAPED PROPERTY PROVISION, CLARIFIES ASSESSMENT JURISDICTION OVER PROPERTY NOT USED FOR MINING AND ALLOWS PROPORTIONAL PROPERTY TAX PAYMENTS BY GOVERNMENTAL ENTITIES.

HB163 (DMITRICH) - DEFINES CERTAIN DECEPTIVE ADVERTISING PRACTICES INVOLVING PRICE COMPARISONS AND PROVIDES LEGAL REMEDIES FOR VIOLATIONS.

HB165 (PROTZMAN) - AMENDS THE DEFINITION OF A NEGLECTED CHILD.

HB166 (BAIN) - AMENDS DEFINITIONS AND TERMINOLOGY USED IN THE SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST AND AUDIOLOGIST LICENSING ACT AND PROHIBITS HEARING AID DEALERS FROM THE DIAGNOSTIC TESTING OF CHILDREN UNDER AGE 18.

HB170 (MORAN) - REQUIRES APPLICANTS FOR A SURFACE COAL MINING AND RECLAMATION PERMIT TO FILE A COPY OF THE APPLICATION FOR PUBLIC INSPECTION WITH THE COUNTY CLERK INSTEAD OF THE RECORDER.

HB171 (MORAN) - REQUIRES CERTAIN PUBLIC UTILITY ASSOCIATIONS TO FILE SPECIFIED INFORMATION ONLY WITH THE COUNTY CLERK.

HB172 (WRIGHT) - REQUIRES DOCUMENTS SUBMITTED TO COUNTY RECORDERS TO BE ORIGINAL OR CERTIFIED COPIES FROM OTHER OFFICES OF PUBLIC RECORDS.

HB173 (WRIGHT) - REQUIRES THE FILING OF TRANSPARENT, REPRODUCIBLE MAPS OR PLATS IN ANNEXATION CASES.

HB174 (WILSON) - CLARIFIES SURVEYOR ELECTION AND DUTIES, ALLOWS THE DESIGNATION OF ANOTHER OFFICE AS A DEPOSITORY WHEN THERE IS NO ELECTED SURVEYOR, PERMITS THE CREATIONS OF A PUBLIC LAND CORNER PRESERVATION FUND AND A FEE SCHEDULE FOR THAT FUND.

HB176 (HARWARD) - REVISES THE REQUIREMENT FOR LEGISLATIVE APPROVAL OF FEES.

HB178 (HARWARD) - INCLUDES VITAL STATISTICS INFORMATION IN CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION RELEASE PROVISIONS.

HB180 (FOX) - ENACTS PROVISIONS IMPLEMENTING THE FEDERAL LAW FOR COMMERCIAL DRIVER LICENSES.

HB181 (ATKINSON) - REQUIRES THE OFFICE OF RECOVERY SERVICES TO CHARGE A FEE FOR THE COLLECTION OF CHILD SUPPORT FOR PERSONS WHO ARE NOT WELFARE RECIPIENTS.

HB182 (HOLMES) - EXPANDS THE USE OF THE PROCEEDS FROM THE TRANSIENT ROOM TAX.

HB183 (HARWARD) - PROHIBITS CHECKS FROM BEING DRAWN AGAINST MORTGAGE LOAN RESERVE ACCOUNTS WITHOUT A SUFFICIENT CREDIT BALANCE.

HB185 (ADAMS) - CHANGES THE COMPOSITION AND MEETING PLACE OF THE BOARD OF INDIAN AFFAIRS.

HB191 (C. MOODY) - CLARIFIES THE VOTER REGISTRATION FORM AND SPECIFIES MEMBERSHIP ON THE STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE STATE'S POLITICAL PARTIES.

HB192 (ADAMS) - CLARIFIES WHERE SERVICE OF PROCESS TAKES PLACE FOR NON-RESIDENTS DRIVING ON STATE HIGHWAYS.

HB196 (PRICE) - ALLOWS CONSUMERS TO RESCIND PURCHASES OF MOTOR VEHICLES, CLARIFIES REASONABLE CAUSE FOR LICENSE SUSPENSION, PROVIDES NOTICE TO CONSUMERS THAT A LICENSE HAS BEEN SUSPENDED, ALLOWS TEMPORARY PERMITS TO BE VOIDED AND REQUIRES REMITTANCE OF WARRANTY FEE.

HB199 (ALLEN) - DIRECTS THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION TO ATTEMPT TO MAKE AVAILABLE UNIVERSAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES AT JUST AND REASONABLE RATES.

HB201 (BURNINGHAM) - PROVIDES THAT THE ADMINISTRATOR OF TEACHER CERTIFICATION MAY GIVE LOCAL PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS INFORMATION THAT MAY BE SIGNIFICANT IN EVALUATING THE EMPLOYMENT OR CONTINUED EMPLOYMENT OF SCHOOL EMPLOYEES; PROVIDES THE STATE OFFICE OF EDUCATION WITH ACCESS TO INFORMATION ON EXPUNGED RECORDS; REQUIRES LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES TO NOTIFY PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS OF CRIMINAL OFFENSES COMMITTED BY SCHOOL EMPLOYEES; AND MAKES INFORMATION REGARDING SEX OFFENDERS AVAILABLE TO THE STATE OFFICE OF EDUCATION.

HB202 (KARRAS) - POSTPONES MAKING THE UTAH HOUSING FINANCE AGENCY SUBJECT TO CERTAIN PROCEDURES AND STATE LAWS.

HB203 (ATKINSON) - PROVIDES FOR STATEWIDE CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINES TO BE ESTABLISHED BY THE OFFICE OF RECOVERY SERVICES; PROVIDES THAT THE GUIDELINES CREATE A REBUTTABLE PRESUMPTION BY A SPECIFIED DATE; AND PROVIDES FOR REVIEW OF THE GUIDELINES BY THE JUDICIAL COUNCIL.

HB207 (GOODFELLOW) - PROVIDES THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION MAY MAINTAIN HIGHWAY INFORMATION SIGNS FOR LOGO ADVERTISING.

HB208 (SMEDLEY, ET.AL.) - AMENDS THE UTAH REFUNDING BOND ACT RELATIVE TO THE REFUNDING OF TAX INCREMENT BONDS AND CREATES THE GREAT SALT LAKE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY.

HB209 (LUNT) - PROVIDES FOR DISTRIBUTION OF NON-PROFIT CORPORATION INCOME, CAPITAL, DIVIDENDS AND INUREMENT OF NET EARNINGS TO PERSONS WHO ARE NONPROFIT CORPORATIONS.

HB210 (BRADSHAW) - ASSIGNS RESPONSIBILITY FOR MANAGING THE INTEGRATION, COORDINATION AND PLANNING OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION SYSTEMS TO THE COMMISSION ON CRIMINAL AND JUVENILE JUSTICE.

HB213 (BROWN) - PROVIDES A SUNSET DATE FOR SPECIAL DISTRICTS, CRITERIA TO DETERMINE WHETHER OR NOT A DISTRICT SHOULD SUNSET AND PROCEDURES FOR WRAPPING UP A DISTRICT'S AFFAIRS AND LIQUIDATING ITS DEBT.

HB216 (PIGNANELLI) - LIMITS LIABILITY OF ATTORNEYS WHO PROVIDE REPRESENTATION FOR INDIGENT DEFENDANTS CHARGED WITH CRIMINAL OFFENSES.

HR219 (PROTZMAN) - DEFINES AND PROHIBITS CERTAIN ACTS OF "HAZING" BY SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS.

HR220 (OCKEY) - GOVERNS EMPLOYEE AND EMPLOYER RIGHTS IN EMPLOYMENT INVENTIONS.

HB223 (HOLT) - AMENDS THE GROUNDS FOR TERMINATION OF ALIMONY.

HB225 (WADDOUPS) - REQUIRES A WRITTEN EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN AN ATTORNEY AND CLIENT BEFORE ANY LIEN MAY BE BINDING.

HB226 (ATKINSON) - ESTABLISHES MINIMUM BOND AMOUNTS FOR AVIATION FUEL DISTRIBUTORS.

HB234 (FRANDSEN) - PROVIDES FOR A STATE COUNCIL FOR AT-RISK CHILDREN AND YOUTH, COMPOSED OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM THE STATE OFFICE OF EDUCATION.

HB237 (WADDOUPS) - CLARIFIES THE APPLICATION OF UNLAWFUL DETAINER TO THE OWNERS OF MOBILE HOMES.

HB240 (LUNT, WRIGHT) - CHANGES THE COMPOSITION OF THE BOARD OF EXPOSITIONS.

HB243 (J. MOODY) - PROVIDES A PROCEDURE FOR SUSPENDING ACCEPTANCE OF APPLICATIONS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE FACILITIES.

HB245 (BODILY) - PROVIDES FOR A DISTINCTION BETWEEN LEGISLATIVE AND EXECUTIVE POWERS IN COUNTY EXECUTIVE-COUNCIL STYLES OF GOVERNMENT.

HB249 (BUSH) - REPEALS THE FEDERAL RESEARCH COMMITTEE.

HB250 (LUNT) - PROVIDES FOR AN EXCEPTION TO THE DOCTOR-PATIENT PRIVILEGE WHEN THE PATIENT PLACES HIS CONDITION AT ISSUE.

HB251 (H. HUNTER) - LIMITS THE AMOUNT OF INTEREST OR COSTS THAT MAY BE ASSESSED WHEN AN ASSESSMENT IS NOT TIMELY PAID IN RELATION TO MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS.

HB253 (OCKEY) - AMENDS THE GOVERNMENTAL IMMUNITY ACT AND PROHIBITS THE INDEMNIFICATION AND CONTRIBUTION BY GOVERNMENTAL ENTITIES.

HB255 (HOLT) - AMENDS FUNCTIONS AND AUTHORITY OF COURT COMMISSIONERS.

HB261 (BROWN) - ESTABLISHES A PRIVATIZATION POLICY BOARD.

HB263 (OCKEY) - EXTENDS THE TIME FOR PERFECTING SECURITY INTERESTS.

HB270 (BROWN) - IMPLEMENTS A STATE APPROPRIATIONS AND PROPERTY TAX LIMITATION.

HB274 (DMITRICH) - EXEMPTS CONCESSION CONTRACTS WITH PROFESSIONAL GOLFERS FROM THE CONFLICT OF INTEREST PROVISIONS OF THE ETHICS ACT.

HB275 (LUNT) - PROVIDES LEGAL PROTECTION FOR PERSONS DONATING OR DISTRIBUTING FOOD FOR CHARITABLE PURPOSES.

HB278 (MILNER) - PROVIDES STANDARDS FOR OPERATION AND ANNUAL REVIEW OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS.

HB283 (VALENTINE) - CLARIFIES THE COURT'S POWER WITH RESPECT TO CERTAIN INTERSTATE PROPERTY.

HB285 (BRADSHAW) - AMENDS PROVISIONS REGARDING JURISDICTION OF CERTAIN COURTS OVER JUVENILE TRAFFIC OFFENSES.

HB292 (DMITRICH) - ALLOWS SPECIAL SERVICE DISTRICTS TO ISSUES BONDS SECURED BY FEDERAL MINERAL LEASE PAYMENTS TO BE USED TO BUILD AND MAINTAIN ROADS.

HB295 (HOLT) - PROVIDES THAT A NON-CUSTODIAL PARENT IS ENTITLED TO INFORMATION REGARDING THE LOCATION OF THE CHILDREN TO ALLOW THE PARENT TO EXERCISE A RIGHT OF VISITATION AND PROVIDES THAT THE OFFICE OF RECOVERY SERVICES ACT AS AGENT FOR SERVICE OF PROCESS ON A CUSTODIAL PARENT UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.

HB298 (WRIGHT) - CLASSIFIES A RACCOON AS A "DEPREDATING ANIMAL."

HB301 (RUSHTON) - ELIMINATES PROVISIONS DIFFERENTIATING BETWEEN ALIEN AND RESIDENT DEPENDENTS OF DECEASED WORKERS.

HB311 (KARRAS) - CHANGES THE NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS REGULATION TO THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE.

HB313 (WADDOUPS) - AMENDS THE MOBILE HOME RESIDENCY ACT AND PROVIDES FOR PROCEDURES IN UNLAWFUL DETAINER ACTIONS AGAINST RESIDENTS OF MOBILE HOMES.

HB314 (ELLERTSON) - AMENDS PROVISIONS REGARDING PROBATION.

HB322 (ELLERTSON) - AMENDS PROVISIONS REGARDING JUROR AND WITNESS FEE PROCEDURES AND AMENDS THE FEE AMOUNTS.

HB328 (BRADFORD) - CHANGES THE REAL ESTATE RECOVERY FUND ACT TO ELIMINATE A CONFLICT WITH THE FEDERAL BANKRUPTCY CODE AND CLARIFIES OTHER PROVISIONS RELATING TO PAYMENTS FROM THE FUND.

HB334 (KNOWLTON) - EXTENDS THE DATE FOR REMOVING THE INTANGIBLE PORTION OF FAIR MARKET VALUE.

HB339 (C. MOODY) - REQUIRES LEGISLATIVE APPROVAL OF THE SITE BEFORE HAZARDOUS WASTE OPERATION PLANS MAY BE APPROVED.

HB369 (R. HAZE HUNTER) - PROVIDES BONDING FOR CAPITAL FACILITIES.

HB374 (KARRAS) - AUTHORIZES AN INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT TO CREATE A WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES AUTHORITY.

HB379 (BROWN) - AMENDS THE TAX STRUCTURE OF THE STATE.

HB382 (C. MOODY) - AMENDS THE STRUCTURE OF STATE GOVERNMENT.

HB384 (C. MOODY) - AN ACT RELATING TO THE BOARD OF PARDONS.

HB386 (G. BROWN) - PROVIDES FUNDING FOR THE SUPPORT OF STATE GOVERNMENT.

HB387 (G. BROWN) - PROVIDES FUNDING FOR STATE PROJECTS.

HB390 (LUNT) - MODIFIES THE PERCENTAGE AND USE OF TAX INCREMENT FINANCING IN FIRST-CLASS CITIES FOR PUBLICLY OWNED PROJECTS, PERMITTING THE USE OF TAX INCREMENT FUNDS OUTSIDE OF REDEVELOPMENT.

HB393 (BRADSHAW) - CLARIFIES PROHIBITED EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES.

HB400 (OCKEY) - CHANGES THE REQUIREMENTS REGARDING THE MINIMUM NUMBER OF DIRECTORS AND INCORPORATORS FOR CORPORATIONS.

HB408 (HARWARD) - AMENDS THE ADMINISTRATIVE RULES PROCESS.

HB409 (BISHOP) - MAKES CONTRIBUTION RATE ADJUSTMENTS.

HB410 (FRANDSEN) - REPEALS CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS REGARDING THE JUDGMENT LIEN AGAINST REAL PROPERTY FOR CHILD SUPPORT.

HCR1 (WASDEN) - RECOGNIZES AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP DAY.

HCR2 (SLACK) - HONORS THE ST. GEORGE "SUPER STEPPERS" JUNIOR DRILL TEAM FOR THEIR RECENT PERFORMANCE TOUR IN JAPAN AND RECOMMENDS THEY BE RECOGNIZED AS GOODWILL AMBASSADORS FOR THE STATE OF UTAH.

HCR3 (KARRAS) - RECOGNIZES WEBER STATE COLLEGE FOR 100 YEARS OF SERVICE.

HCR4 (JULANDER) - HONORS INDIVIDUALS AFFLICTED WITH INTERSTITIAL CYSTITIS, THEIR FAMILIES AND FRIENDS FOR THEIR COURAGE AND EXPRESSING APPRECIATION AND SUPPORT FOR THEIR INTERSTITIAL CYSTITIS ASSOCIATION.

HCR5 (BODILY) - SUPPORTS THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A NATIONAL MONUMENT AT THE SITE OF THE BATTLE OF BEAR RIVER AND REQUESTS THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE TO CONSIDER THE MONUMENT.

HCR7 (BRADFORD) - COMMENDS THE ST. JOSEPH VILLA NURSING HOME FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF LONG-TERM AFFORDABLE HOUSING FOR MEN AND WOMEN WITH AIDS.

HCR9 (YARDLEY) - OPPOSES ATTEMPTS BY THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE TO CLASSIFY ZION NATIONAL PARK TOP-SIDE VIEW POINTS AS WILDERNESS AREAS.

HCR10 (BURNINGHAM) - EXPRESSES SUPPORT FOR THE EXTENSION BY CONGRESS OF THE DEC. 31, 1989, SUNSET DATE FOR ISSUANCE OF TAX-EXEMPT MORTGAGE REVENUE BONDS FOR SINGLE-FAMILY HOUSING.

HCR12 (ADAMS) - EXPRESSES OPPOSITION TO CONGRESSIONAL CONSIDERATION OF DESIGNATION OF ADDITIONAL LAND IN UTAH AS WILDERNESS UNTIL THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT COMPLETES ITS STUDY AND MAKES RECOMMENDATIONS; SUGGESTS "AREAS OF CRITICAL CONCERN," AS A NEW CATEGORY OF LAND MANAGEMENT; RECOMMENDS DESIGNATIONS BE STUDIED FOR THEIR IMPACT ON THE LOCAL AND STATE ECONOMY; AND EXPRESSES OPPOSITION TO ANY DESIGNATION OF LAND THAT AFFECTS REVENUES FROM STATE AND INSTITUTIONAL TRUST LANDS.

HCR13 (KARRAS) - SUPPORTS UTAH'S EFFORTS TO BE HOST FOR THE WINTER OLYMPICS.

HCR14 (WHITE) - HONORS ELIZABETH VANCE FOR HER YEARS OF SERVICE AS A MEMBER OF THE UTAH HOUSE.

HCR15 (KARRAS) - HONORS ORGANIZERS OF THE EIGHTH NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT FOR CHOOSING UTAH AS HOST STATE.

HJR4 (WADDOUPS) - URGES THE FEDERAL HIGHWAY TRUST FUND BE MADE PERMANENT, AS WELL AS THE ACCRUED USER FEES.

HJR5 (WADDOUPS) - EXPRESSES OPPOSITION TO PROPOSALS THAT WOULD DIVERT FEDERAL HIGHWAY TRUST FUND REVENUES TO REDUCE THE FEDERAL DEBT.

HJR7 (BISHOP) - REVISES JOINT RULES OF THE LEGISLATURE.

HJR9 (HULL) - HONORS VISITORS FROM HOF, GERMANY, FOR VISIT TO UTAH AND GREAT DESIRE TO STRENGTHEN TIES BETWEEN SISTER CITY OF OGDEN, UTAH.

HJR16 (RUSH) - HONORS KIM FOR BEING THE INSPIRATION FOR THE FILM, "RAINMAN" AND FOR BEING A ROLE MODEL FOR OTHER HANDICAPPED PERSONS.

HJR17 (STEPHENS) - RECOMMENDS THAT THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION ENCOURAGE TELEPHONE COMPANIES TO UPGRADE FACILITIES TO PROVIDE ENHANCED 911 EMERGENCY SERVICE.

HJR21 (SMEDLEY) - RECOMMENDS THE CREATION OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MEDIA CENTERS OF ADEQUATE SIZE.

HJR22 (BURNINGHAM) - RECOMMENDS THE STATE AND LOCAL AFFAIRS INTERIM COMMITTEE STUDY THE FEASIBILITY OF ADOPTING A PROPOSAL FOR A CONTROLLER GENERAL AT THE STATE LEVEL WITH A CONTROLLER IN EACH DEPARTMENT.

HJR24 (DMITRICH) - PROVIDES ENDORSEMENT OF GOVERNOR AND LEGISLATURE IN SUPPORT OF THE EXCHANGE RELATING TO THE ALTON COAL LEASE EXCHANGE.

HJR26 (J. MOODY) - PROPOSES TO AMEND THE UTAH CONSTITUTION TO ALLOW COUNTIES, CITIES AND TOWNS TO ESTABLISH SPECIAL DISTRICTS TO PROVIDE HEALTH CARE SERVICES.

EXPENDITURE OF $10,000 TO COMPLETE A VIETNAM MEMORIAL ON THE GROUNDS OF THE STATE CAPITOL.

HJR29 (DMITRICH) - COMMENDS AND ENCOURAGES THE EFFORTS OF BICYCLE UTAH INC. TO PROMOTE BICYCLE TOURISM IN THE STATE.

HJR33 (BODILY) - COMMENDS STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT EFFORTS, PARTICULARLY IN DRUG ENFORCEMENT.

HJR34 (WOODY) - DIRECTS LEGISLATIVE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE TO ASSIGN APPROPRIATE INTERIM STUDY COMMITTEE ITEMS OF STUDY.

HJR35 (HARWARD) - RECALLS HB408 FOR THE PURPOSE OF AMENDMENTS.

SENATE BILLS PASSED IN THE 1989 LEGISLATURE:

SB1 (HOLMGREN) - CORRECTS OUTDATED SECTIONS OF THE SOCIAL SERVICES ACT AND REMOVES STATUTORY RESPONSIBILITY FOR SPECIFIED COSTS.

SB3 (CARLING) - GIVES REASONABLE ATTORNEY FEES TO THE PREVAILING PARTY IN PAYMENT BOND LITIGATION.

SB5 (CARLING) - MAKES CHANGES TO THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT LICENSING ACT.

SB7 (RICHARDS) - REQUIRES REPORTING OF AIDS AND HIV POSITIVE TESTING AND PARTNER NOTIFICATION OF THE FINDING.

SB8 (CARLING) - REPEALS AND RE-ENACTS THE PSYCHOLOGISTS LICENSING ACT.

SB9 (HOLMGREN) - REMOVES THE DOLLAR LIMITATIONS ON HOW MUCH CAN BE PLACED IN THE GENERAL FUND FOR OFF-ROAD VEHICLE TAXES.

SB10 (CORNABY) - REVISES THE JUDICIAL COURT SYSTEM.

SB12 (FINLINSON) - EXEMPTS CERTAIN RETIREMENT BENEFITS FROM THE ATTACHMENT AND EXECUTION LAWS.

SB14 (CORNABY) - CREATES A UTAH FAIR HOUSING ACT MODELED AFTER THE FEDERAL ACT.

SB15 (RICHARDS) - REQUIRES TESTING OF ALL STATE PRISON INMATES FOR AIDS AND HIV POSITIVE VIRUS.

SB16 (BARLOW) - ALLOWS CONSOLIDATION OF SCHOOL DISTRICTS TO BE VOTED ON BY DISTRICT PATRONS.

SB17 (MCALLISTER) - REQUIRES AUDITS OF LOCAL POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS AND INTERLOCAL ORGANIZATIONS.

SB18 (MCALLISTER) - CLARIFIES COUNTY AUDITOR RESPONSIBILITIES.

SB19 (MCMULLIN) - PROVIDES FOR REMEDIATION PROGRAMS IN GRADES 9-12.

SB20 (CORNABY) - REQUIRES NOTIFICATION BY MAIL OF ALL KNOWN CREDITORS OF AN ESTATE.

SB22 (BLACK) - EXEMPTS FROM STATE INCOME TAX ANY FEDERAL REPARATIONS PAID TO JAPANESE-AMERICANS INTERNED DURING WWII.

SB23 (MCALLISTER) - MAKES TECHNICAL CHANGES IN THE UNIFORM FISCAL PROCEDURES ACT.

SB24 (BARLOW) - PROVIDES STANDARDS FOR AWARDING PUNITIVE DAMAGES.

SB25 (CORNABY) - PROVIDES SEVERABILITY AND A STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS ON THE PRODUCTS LIABILITY ACT.

SB26 (HILLYARD) - REQUIRES ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PENALTIES TO BE DEPOSITED IN THE GENERAL FUND.

SB27 (MCMULLIN) - ALLOWS 11TH GRADE GRADUATION AS AN OPTION IN PUBLIC EDUCATION.

SB28 (CARLING) - MAKES TECHNICAL CHANGES TO THE SUNSET LAWS.

SB29 (FINLINSON) - CREATES A BEAR RIVER WATER DEVELOPMENT TASK FORCE.

SB30 (FORDHAM) - DELETES THE MAXIMUM SURCHARGE ALLOWED ON TELEPHONE BILLS TO PAY FOR SPECIAL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT FOR THE HEARING IMPAIRED.

SB31 (CORNABY) - ENACTS THE UNIFORM TRADE SECRETS ACT OF THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF COMMISSIONERS ON UNIFORM STATE LAW.

SB32 (HILLYARD) - MAKES TECHNICAL CHANGES IN THE FRAUDULENT TRANSFER ACT.

SB33 (SWAN) - ALLOWS THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION TO ESTABLISH A COMPETITIVE BIDDING PROCEDURE FOR THE PURCHASE OF POWER FROM INDEPENDENT ENERGY PRODUCERS.

SB34 (HILLYARD) - CREATES A TRUST FUND TO ALLOW REBATES OF UP TO $50,000 OF THE SALES TAX ON CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PAID BY SKI RESORTS.

SB35 (NIELSEN) - MAKES VARIOUS CHANGES TO THE EMPLOYMENT SECURITY ACT, ESPECIALLY DISQUALIFYING PERSONS WHO ARE DISCHARGED FOR CERTAIN CRIMES.

SB36 (PACE) - PROTECTS EMPLOYEES FROM EMPLOYER SANCTIONS IF A GOOD FAITH JUDGMENT IS MADE BY THE EMPLOYEE IN DENYING A PATRON A DRINK BECAUSE HE'S DRUNK.

SB37 (HOLMGREN) - CREATES CONTINUAL GARNISHMENTS IN SOME CHILD SUPPORT CASES.

SB43 (FINLINSON) - EXCLUDES PUBLIC UTILITIES FROM THE DEFINITION OF "PERSON" IN STATE LAW.

SB45 (BLACK) - SPECIFICALLY GIVES THE UTAH ATTORNEY GENERAL AND COUNTY ATTORNEYS THE POWER OF ADMINISTRATIVE SUBPOENAS IN CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE INVESTIGATIONS.

SB46 (BLACK) - ESTABLISHES THE OFFENSE OF "MONEY LAUNDERING TO CONCEAL ILLEGAL ACTIVITY."

SB48 (BLACK) - MAKES PROCEDURAL AMENDMENTS TO THE STAMP ACT ON SALE OF ILLEGAL DRUGS.

SB49 (C.A. PETERSON) - GIVES PUBLIC EMPLOYEES ANOTHER RETIREMENT OPTION.

SB50 (RICHARDS) - INCREASES THE PENALTIES FOR CERTAIN ARSON OFFENSES.

SB53 (MYRIN) - ACKNOWLEDGES FEDERAL RECOGNITION OF CERTAIN INDIAN TRIBES AND PROVIDES FOR COOPERATION WITH CERTAIN TRIBES.

SB54 (BARTON) - REPEALS THE SUNSET CLAUSE TO THE ACT THAT REQUIRES A PERSON TO POSSESS A WATERFOWL STAMP WHEN HUNTING WATERFOWL.

SB55 (HOLMGREN) - PROVIDES FOR LESS RESTRICTIVE LONG TERM CARE FOR MENTALLY ILL PERSONS AT THE STATE HOSPITAL.

SB57 (HOLMGREN) - CREATES A MENTAL HEALTH AND CORRECTIONS ADVISORY COUNCIL AND ALLOWS PERSONS IN THE CUSTODY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS TO BE TREATED AT THE STATE HOSPITAL.

SB58 (STEELE) - PROVIDES FOR THE COMMITMENT OF MENTALLY ILL PERSONS TO THE CUSTODY OF THE DIVISION OF MENTAL HEALTH.

SB59 (HOLMGREN) - CREATES A PSYCHIATRIC SECURITY REVIEW BOARD RESPONSIBLE FOR OVERSIGHT OF MENTALLY ILL PERSONS IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM.

SB62 (HOLMGREN) - AMENDS THE REGISTRATION, EDUCATION AND EQUIPMENT PROVISIONS OF OFF-HIGHWAY VEHICLES.

SB66 (MONEY) - PROVIDES FOR AN ADDITIONAL EXEMPTION FOR HANDICAPPED CHILDREN AND ADULTS WHO ARE CLAIMED AS DEPENDENTS.

SB67 (C.E. PETERSON) - MAKES TECHNICAL CHANGES IN THE UTAH CODE.

SB69 (BARLOW) - MAKES IT A CRIME TO STEAL CABLE TELEVISION SERVICES.

SB70 (HOLMGREN) - ALLOWS REPURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT FROM DEALERS AT OR NEAR INVOICE PRICE UNDER CERTAIN CONDITIONS.

SB72 (HOLMGREN) - HELPS THE STATE RECOVER MEDICAL PAYMENTS.

SB73 (C.A. PETERSON) - ALLOWS THE STATE TREASURER TO ISSUE REVENUE BONDS TO BUY BACK BONDS HELD BY VARIOUS STATE WATER AGENCIES.

SB75 (TEMPEST) - DEFINES REGISTRATION OF EXPERIMENTAL AIRCRAFT.

SB78 (CARLING) - CLARIFIES GOVERNMENT IMMUNITY AS IT APPLIES TO TRANSIT DISTRICTS.

SB79 (REES) - INSTITUTES FEDERALLY REQUIRED SANCTIONS FOR VIOLATING MEDICAID RULES.

SB80 (CARLING) - EXEMPTS FROM SALES TAX TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY SHIPPED OUTSIDE THE STATE.

SB81 (CARLING) - DETAILS WHEN AND HOW A PLEA IN A CRIMINAL CASE CAN BE WITHDRAWN.

SB84 (CARLING) - REVISES THE INVESTMENT AUTHORITY OF PUBLIC TREASURERS.

SB85 (MYRIN) - EXEMPTS PRIVATE SECURITY COMPANIES FROM CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS OF FULL-TIME EMPLOYMENT LAW.

SB86 (MYRIN) - AMENDS THE FITNESS-ONLY OPERATION SECTION OF MOTOR CARRIER ACT.

SB87 (BARLOW) - PROVIDES PROPERTY TAX RELIEF FOR LOW INCOME HOMEOWNERS AND RENTERS.

SB88 (BLACK) - CHANGES THE LAW ON HOW BICYCLES ARE OPERATED ON THE HIGHWAYS.

SB90 (FARLEY) - AUTHORIZES THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION TO ORDER INTERIM RATE DECREASES.

SB93 (HOLMGREN) - ALLOWS THE STATE LAND BOARD TO ATTACH A FEE ONTO GRAZING PERMITS FOR WEED CONTROL.

SB94 (FINLINSON) - CREATES A $250,000 FUND TO HANDLE HAZARDOUS WASTE EMERGENCIES OR NATURAL DISASTERS.

SB95 (FINLINSON) - ALLOWS THE STATE TO RECOVER COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH CLEANING UP A HAZARDOUS WASTE SPILL.

SB96 (FINLINSON) - ALLOWS THE STATE TO CERTIFY PEOPLE IN SAFE DRINKING WATER PROCEDURES.

SB100 (CORNABY) - CHANGES STOCK SHAREHOLDER RIGHTS.

SB110 (BARLOW) - ADDS SUNSET PROVISIONS FOR CERTAIN SALES TAX EXEMPTIONS.

SB112 (BARLOW) - ENACTS THE COLLISION DAMAGE WAIVER MODEL ACT OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF INSURANCE COMMISSIONERS.

SB113 (CARLING) - PROVIDES CLARIFICATIONS AND TECHNICAL AMENDMENTS TO STATE LAWS REGARDING THE INTERCEPTION OF CERTAIN COMMUNICATIONS.

SB114 (STEELE) - AMENDS PROOF OF SECURITY PROVISIONS REGARDING THE SUSPENSION OF LICENSES HELD BY PERSONS YOUNGER THAN 21.

SB117 (HILLYARD) - CHANGES SUBPOENA POWERS IN CRIMINAL CASES.

SB120 (CARLING) - MAKES ANABOLIC STEROIDS A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE.

SB122 (RICHARDS) - CLARIFIES THE MEANING OF "DANGEROUS WEAPON" IN THE LAW AGAINST USING A WEAPON IN A CRIME.

SB124 (CHRISTENSEN) - ADJUSTS THE FEE SCHEDULE IN HAZARDOUS WASTE DISPOSAL.

SB130 (C.E. PETERSON) - ALLOWS THE MOTOR VEHICLE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION TO ASSESS CERTAIN PENALTIES.

SB131 (HILLYARD) - CHANGES CERTAIN DEFINITIONS IN CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE LAW.

SB133 (HILLYARD) - CHANGES THE JURISDICTION OF THE UTAH SUPREME COURT.

SB137 (MCMULLIN) - GUARANTEES THAT A HIGH SCHOOL THAT ALLOWS A STUDENT TO GRADUATE AFTER 11TH GRADE WILL STILL GET THAT STUDENT'S STATE FUNDING THE NEXT YEAR.

SB139 (CARLING) - REQUIRES THE REVOCATION OF A LIQUOR LICENSE IF AN ESTABLISHMENT CLOSES WITHOUT AUTHORIZATION BY THE STATE.

SB140 (CARLING) - PROHIBITS GAMBLING IN ANY ESTABLISHMENT THAT HOLDS A STATE LIQUOR LICENSE.

SB141 (C.E. PETERSON) - PROVIDES THAT CREDIT AGREEMENTS ARE VOID UNLESS WRITTEN AND SIGNED BY THE CREDITOR AND DEBTOR.

SB142 (CARLING) - CHANGES THE OPERATION AND LICENSING OF ENDOWMENT CARE CEMETERIES, MAUSOLEUMS AND COLUMBARIUMS.

SB145 (LEAVITT) - CHANGES THE DEFINITION OF ANNUITIES AND OF SELF-INSURANCE.

SB146 (FARLEY) - CHANGES THE DEFINITION OF VICTIM CONSENT IN SEXUAL OFFENSES.

SB150 (TEMPEST) - DELETES CERTAIN BOILER INSPECTION EXEMPTIONS.

SB153 (CORNABY) - ESTABLISHES A NON-CONTRIBUTORY RETIREMENT SYSTEM FOR PUBLIC SAFETY EMPLOYEES.

SB154 (LEAVITT) - REQUIRES THE INSURANCE COMMISSIONER TO REGULATE COORDINATION OF BENEFITS BETWEEN DISABILITY POLICIES.

SB159 (CARLING) - CHANGES THE PROVISIONS REGARDING COMPUTATION OF PAROLE TIME FOR PRISON INMATES.

SB162 (HOLMGREN) - TRANSFERS SOME DUTIES FROM THE DIVISION OF FAMILY SERVICES TO THE OFFICE OF ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS.

SB163 (TEMPEST) - INCREASES THE UNINSURED EMPLOYERS' FUND RESERVE FROM $500,000 TO $2 MILLION.

SB164 (NIELSEN) - CHANGES THE DEFINITION OF INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR IN THE EMPLOYMENT SECURITY ACT.

SB166 (LEAVITT) - MAKES NUMEROUS CHANGES CONCERNING FOREIGN INSURANCE.

SB171 (TEMPEST) - PROHIBITS THE STORAGE OF HARD LIQUOR IN BEER-ONLY BARS.

SB172 (TEMPEST) - CHANGES THE ANNUAL RENEWAL APPLICATION DATE FOR LIQUOR LICENSES.

SB179 (HILLYARD) - CLARIFIES LICENSING REQUIREMENTS FOR VETERINARIANS.

SB183 (TEMPEST) - GIVES THE INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION QUASI-JUDICIAL REVIEW POWERS AND INCREASES CIVIL ASSESSMENTS FOR VIOLATIONS.

SB184 (C.A. PETERSON) - RESTRICTS NATUROPATH LICENSING.

SB185 (CORNABY) - DETAILS AND CLARIFIES POWERS OF STATE-CHARTERED FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS.

SB186 (NIELSEN) - CREATES LICENSING BOARDS FOR CONTRACTORS, PLUMBERS AND ELECTRICIANS.

SB187 (MCALLISTER) - CREATES AN ADOPTION TASK FORCE.

SB188 (NIELSEN) - ALLOWS ANTIQUE LICENSE PLATES ON CERTAIN OLD CARS.

SB189 (FINLINSON) - CREATES AN UNDERGROUND STORAGE FUND TO HELP WITH THE REPLACEMENT OF HUNDREDS OF OLD TANKS.

SB190 (C.A. PETERSON) - CREATES UNIFORM BUILDING STANDARDS.

SB191 (RICHARDS) - MAKES CONFIDENTIAL THE REPORTS ON THE ABUSE OF DISABLED OR OLD PEOPLE.

SB198 (C.A. PETERSON) - REQUIRES A PRELIMINARY NOTICE OF MECHANIC LIENS.

SB206 (HILLYARD) - GIVES BLOCK GRANT PILOT DISTRICTS GREATER FLEXIBILITY IN THE USE OF CAREER LADDER AND TRANSPORTATION FUNDS.

SB207 (LEAVITT) - ALLOCATES $5 MILLION TO PAY FOR DISASTER RELIEF, SPECIFICALLY THE QUAIL CREEK FLOOD.

SB209 (TEMPEST) - DEFINES THE CRIME OF BURGLARY OF A RESEARCH FACILITY.

SB210 (C.E. PETERSON) - CHANGES WHAT IS REQUIRED ON VEHICLE TITLES.

SB211 (REES) - REQUIRES THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT TO CREATE RADIOACTIVE WASTE SITING CRITERIA.

SB212 (HILLYARD) - CHANGES SENTENCING PROVISIONS REGARDING MORE THAN ONE OFFENSE.

SB216 (C.A. PETERSON) - CHANGES THE WAY PROPERTY TAX IS COLLECTED.

SB218 (C.E. PETERSON) - EXEMPTS CERTAIN WARRANTIES AND SERVICE CONTRACTS FROM THE INSURANCE CODE.

SB219 (TEMPEST) - REQUIRES THAT PAYMENT OF WORKERS' COMPENSATION AWARD SHALL BEGIN WITHIN 30 DAYS AFTER ANY FINAL INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION AWARD.

SB222 (FINLINSON) - MAKES THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION RESPONSIBLE FOR INTRASTATE PIPELINE SAFETY.

SB225 (SWAN) - MAKES TECHNICAL CHANGES TO COUNTY PERSONNEL LAW.

SB229 (RICHARDS) - ESTABLISHES A UNIFORM DETERMINATION OF DEATH ACT.

SB231 (MCALLISTER) - EXTENDS THE TORT AND INSURANCE REFORM TASK FORCE.

SB234 (BARLOW) - MAKES THE JOB TRAINING COORDINATION COUNCIL COMPLY WITH FEDERAL LAW.

SB235 (LEAVITT) - DELAYS NET REIMBURSED OVERHEAD.

SB240 (CHRISTENSEN) - MAKES CHANGES TO TEMPORARY SERVICE EMPLOYEE LAW.

SB242 (TEMPEST) - CHANGES HOW APPEALS TO PAYMENT OF WAGES ARE MADE.

SB245 (BEATTIE) - REQUIRES AN EXEMPT ORGANIZATION TO FILE AN ANNUAL INFORMATION RETURN.

SB250 (HILLYARD) - A SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS BILL.

SB261 (HILLYARD) - THE SCHOOL FINANCE ACT.

SB265 (FINLINSON) - EXPANDS THE SCOPE OF GOVERNMENTAL IMMUNITY.

SB266 (HILLYARD) - AMENDS NOTICE REQUIREMENTS OF THE GOVERNOR TO THE SENATE ON GUBERNATORIAL NOMINEES.

SCR1 (HILLYARD) - HONORS UTAH MOTHERS AND RECOGNIZES AMERICAN MOTHERS, INC.

SCR4 (HILLYARD) - COMMENDS THOSE WHO HAVE ORGANIZED FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR A UTAH VIETNAM WAR MEMORIAL.

SCR5 (C.G. PETERSON) - EXPRESSES CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILIES OF TED BUNDY'S VICTIMS AND COMMENDS UTAH'S LAW OFFICERS FOR THEIR PART IN CATCHING BUNDY.

SCR8 (C.G. PETERSON) - ENCOURAGES CITIZENS TO ATTEND THE JEREMY RANCH INDIAN BENEFIT GOLF TOURNAMENT.

SCR10 (BLACK) - PLEDGES SUPPORT FOR UTAH STATE FAIR TO MODERNIZE AND STAY AT PRESENT LOCATION.

SCR12 (BARLOW) - DECLARING OCT. 16-27, 1989, AS HUNTSMAN CHEMICAL'S WORLD SENIOR GAMES DAYS.

SCR13 (BLACK) - UTAH JAZZ COMMENDATION RESOLUTION.

SCR16 (BARLOW) - RESOLUTION HONORING FRANK LAYDEN AS VICE PRESIDENT OF BASKETBALL OPERATIONS.

SJR4 (NIELSEN) - FIXES THE COMPENSATION FOR LEGISLATIVE IN-SESSION EMPLOYEES.

SJR5 (BARLOW) - URGES CONGRESS TO BLOCK CONGRESSIONAL PAY RAISES.

SJR7 (HOLMGREN) - URGES CONGRESS TO PROTECT MEDICARE, EXPRESS UTAHNS CONCERN

SJR8 (HOLMGREN) - AGREES WITH THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT'S MORATORIUM ON MEDICAID REIMBURSEMENT ON LONG-TERM HOSPITAL AND NURSING HOME STAYS.

SJR9 (C.G. PETERSON) - COMMENDS PRIMARY CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL FOR ITS PENNIES BY THE INCH PROGRAM.

SJR10 (STEELE) - EXPRESSES CONCERN OVER CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE AND ENCOURAGES LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES TO PROSECUTE SUCH CRIMES.

SJR12 (HILLYARD) - ASKS THE STATE TAX COMMISSION TO STUDY THE TAXATION OF TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICES.

SJR19 (MCMULLIN) - ENDORSES FREEDOM AWARENESS WEEK.

SJR20 (MCMULLIN) - ENCOURAGES LOCAL GOVERNMENTS TO IMPOSE TAX AND SPENDING LIMITATION LIKE THE STATE HAS.

SJR21 (STEELE) - ASKS THE HIGHER AND PUBLIC EDUCATION OFFICIALS REVIEW THEIR POLICIES ON TEACHER CERTIFICATION.

SR7 (BARLOW) - COMMEMORATES THE GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY OF FRUIT HEIGHTS.