New Utah Laws Effective May 11, 2010
Hundreds of the state laws passed during the 2010 General Session go into effect May 11th. According to legislative rule JR4-1-203, all bills become law 60 days after the adjournment of the legislative session unless otherwise directed. Here is just a small sample:
- HB 16 Parent-time Amendments
- HB 21 Expungement revisions
- HB 81 School Employee Criminal Background Check
- HB 197 Custodial Interference Amendments
- HB 202 Fireworks Amendments
- HB 206 Ban on Sale of Smoking Paraphernalia to Minors
- HB 364 Right of Identify Theft Victim to Civil Cause of Action.
- SB 32 Rainwater Harvesting
- SB 45 Utah Fit Premises Act Amendments
- SB 145 Medical Malpractice Amendments
- SB 278 Homeowners' Association Amendments
You can read all the new laws, and read laws passed since 1998, at the Utah State Legislature's Passed Bills page. Select a legislative year from the drop down menu to see bills passed that year.