Here is a list of bills introduced or passed this week by the Utah Legislature:

House Bills introduced

HB145 (Allen) - Appropriates $2 million to create eight charter schools for a proposed public education program to be adapted by the state.

HB167 (Adair) - Amends the legal nature and powers of the Worker's Compensation Fund of Utah.

HB287 (Davis) - Allocates tax increment financing funds for affordable housing.

HB367 (Barth) - Requires that waste-derived fertilizer and its contents are identified when registered.

HB423 (Curtis) - Expands the uses of tax increment funds to cover the cost of remediation of environmental cleanup sites.

HB352 (Stephens) - Increases the accountability and liability of county mental health authorities in the use of public funds.

House Bills Passed

HB215 (Swallow) - Amends provisions regarding court restitution orders.

Senate bills introduced

SB57 (Beattie) - Provides restrictions on permits for concealed firearms and restricts concealed weapons in churches, homes and schools.

SB64 (Waddoups) - Requires a criminal background check of health-care facility staff and provides facilities access to the child abuse registry.

SB57 (Beattie) - Provides restrictions on permits for concealed firearms and restricts concealed weapons in churches, homes and schools.

SB168 (Peterson) - Requires that child-abuse and neglect offenders are put into a database to be used for screening potential Human Service and child-care providers.

SB170 (Poulton) - Amends legal powers of the Worker's Compensation Fund of Utah.

SB187 (Peterson) - Creates the Utah Council on Victims, made up of government officials in order to provide support to crime victims.

SB203 (Dmitrich) - Allows commercial advertising in public schools to provide a source of revenue for public edu-ca-tion.

SB210 (Muhlestein) - Creates an income tax credit for certain stay-at-home parents.

SB211 (Hillyard) - Imposes a sales tax on prepaid calling cards.

SB213 (Blackham) - Appropriates $60,000 to train local government officials in planning, technology and growth management.

SB221 (Steele) - Increases charges for emergency services telephone calls.

SB222 (Howell) - Clarifies certain victim rights in parole hearings.

SB225 (Taylor) - Provides a tax credit for the purchase of assistive technology.

SR4 (Howell) - Encourages parents to give their children guidance in television viewing habits.

SB171 (Holmgren) - Provides guidelines and establishes libility in damage done to underground utilities facilities by excavators.

SB188 (Myrin) - Changes the title of the State Olympic Coordinator to State Olympic Officer; addresses his responsibilities and compensation.

SJR13 (Stephenson) - Authorizes courts to decide or review cases relating to revenue and taxation.

SJR13 (Stephenson) - Authorizes courts to decide or review cases relating to revenue and taxation.

House bills passed

HB215 (Swallow) - Amends provisions regarding court restitution orders.

Senate bills passed

SB11 (Myrin) - Creates procedures allowing the Division of Wildlife Resources to transplant certain wildlife.

SB12 (Myrin) - Establishes provisions for the management and acquisition of property under the Division of Wildlife Resources.

SB15 (Hull) - Amends the statute of limitations for prosecution of bribery.

SB30 (Myrin) - Requires the state superintendent of public instruction to prepare periodic reports on extracurricular activities.

SB39 (Montgomery) - Establishes civil penalties for retailers selling tobacco to underage youths or without a license.

SB40 (Peterson) - Requires hearing loss tests for newborns and creates a newborn hearing screening committee.

SB46 (Steiner) - Creates an Urban and Community Forestry Program under the Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands.

SB109 (Hillyard) - Amends provisions relating to the State Law Library including duties of its librarian.

SB111 (Dmitrich) - Amends state law related to community and economic development to amend criteria for enterprise zones and tax credits.

SB114 (Buhler) - Authorizes the Parks and Recreation Division to agree to manage This is the Place State Park.

SB119 (Montgomery) - Permits medical students to fulfill the residency requirement through a program at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons.

SB120 (Nielson) - Moves energy assistance program from Department of Human Services to Department of Community and Economic Development.

SB129 (L. Jones) - Clarifies requirements for motor vehicle liability coverage.

SB130 (Evans) - Allows counties to regulate the rehabilitation of fish and game.

SJR9 (Dmitrich) - Urges president and Congress to reject Kyoto Protocol on Global Climate Change.