Hundreds of bills become new laws in Utah on Tuesday. Here's how they will affect you By Lisa Riley Roche @dnewspolitics Published: May 6, 2018 10:32 pm Updated: May 8, 2018 3:48 p.m. 25 Comments 1 of 23 View 23 Items Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News The Capitol is lighted during the final day of the Utah Legislature in Salt Lake City on Thursday, March 8, 2018. On Tuesday, hundreds of bills passed by the 2018 Utah Legislature will become law, impacting the lives of Utahns in many ways. Here is a look at some of the key changes taking place:loading... Lisa Riley Roche Lisa covers politics for Deseret News/KSL and has been reporting for more than 25 years. @dnewspolitics email@example.com Like that? Read this. Utah 4 hours ago Man accused of nearly hitting officer in stolen truck booked into jail Utah 12 hours ago Want to vote from your smartphone? Utah County to become third area in U.S. to test mobile voting Utah 5 hours ago Running helped her overcome trauma from sex trafficking and addiction. Her next challenge is the Deseret News 5K Utah 4 hours ago Salt Lake County Mayor Jenny Wilson denies 'done deal' for controversial Olympia Hills development May 3, 2019 QUIZ: Are you eating the wrong foods after workouts? Utah 8 hours ago Sen. Mike Lee quizzes FBI director Christopher Wray in Senate hearing — what questions did he ask?