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Laws Effective July 1, 2009

Over 30 laws passed by the Utah Legislature during its 2009 session become effective today. Portion of other bills passed during this session or previous session may also become effective today--check out the legislature's page for more information.

To review a list of those laws, go to the Utah Legislature's Bills Passed page. Next, select the 2009 General Session or the 2009 First Special Session. Click on the Effective Date column header to sort the list by effective date and scroll down to the listings for July 1, 2009.

The 2009 Digest of Legislation provides a subject index of passed legislation, and summary of each bill for the 2009 General Session.

Bills, or portions of bills, effective today include:

  • H.B. 64 (Substitute): Deterring Illegal Immigration
  • S.B. 187 (Substitute): Alcohol Amendments, particularly the end of mandatory private clubs. For more information, check out the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control's summary of the new law.
  • S.B. 239: Transportation Revisions, which increases some motor vehicle registration fees by $20
  • S.B. 272 (Second Substitute): Driver License Sanctions and Sentencing Requirements for Driving Under the Influence and Alcohol Related Offenses

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