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New Utah Laws Effective July 1, 2011

statecapitol.jpegDozens of new Utah laws go into effect on July 1st, the first day of the State's new fiscal year. Here is a sample of a few of those laws:

  • H.B. 84: Office of Inspector General of Medicaid Services, which creates this new office within the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget.
  • H.B. 206: Special Group License Plate Amendments, specifying changes in requirements for issuing special plates.
  • H.B. 303: Prepaid 911 Wireless Service Charge, which provides for the collection of a prepaid wireless 911 service charge from a prepaid wireless customer at the point of retail sale.
  • S.B. 47: Driver License and Identification Card Amendments, which modifies provisions of the Uniform Driver License Act relating to the qualifications for and requirements to obtain a driver license.
  • S.B. 256 Teacher Effectiveness Evaluation Process, which modifies provisions related to teacher career ladders and educator evaluations.
Clicking on the link to any of these laws will take you to the bill's home page where you can read different versions of the bill as introduced, amended, and enrolled. There are also links to audio floor debates and committee reports.

Want to see what other laws are effective July 1st? Go to the Utah State Legislature's passed bills page, select 2011 General Session from the drop down box, and click on the Effective Date heading to sort the list by that criteria.


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