2019 Utah Legislative Bill Tracker

Bill

Sponsor

Description

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House  Bills

HB011 Property Tax Amendments

Rep. Timothy Hawkes

This bill modifies the property tax valuation and appeals processes for county assessed real property.

Following

HB017 Firearm Violence and Suicide Prevention Amendments

Rep. Steve Eliason

Sen. Curtis Bramble

This bill reenacts and modifies previously sunsetted provisions relating to a voluntary firearm safety program and a suicide prevention education course. Following

HB024 Property Tax Exemptions, Deferrals, and Abatements Amendments

Rep. Steve Eliason

This bill amends provisions related to property tax exemptions, deferrals, and abatements.

Following

HB025 Tax Commission Amendments

Rep. Steve Eliason

This bill modifies provisions relating to closed meetings held by the State Tax Commission.

Following

HB041 Transportation Sales Tax Amendments

Rep. Kay Christofferson

This bill modifies sales and use tax provisions relating to certain sales and use tax dedications.

Following

HB042 Utah Net Loss Effective Date Clarification

Rep. Travis Seegmiller

This bill modifies an uncodified effective date.

Following

HB047 Early Childhood Coordination Amendments

Rep. V. Lowery Snow;

Sen. Ann Millner

This bill creates the Early Childhood Utah Advisory Council and the Governor's Early Childhood Commission.

Priority Supporting

HB049 Repatriation Transition Tax Amendments

Rep. Steve Eliason

This bill modifies corporate income tax provisions relating to deferred foreign income.

Following

HB071 Health Education Amendments

Rep. Ray Ward This bill amends provisions regarding instruction in health.

Supporting

HB087 Safe Storage of Firearms Amendments

Rep. Elizabeth Weight This bill relates to firearm storage.

Supporting

HB092 Violence Data Study

Rep. Susan Pulsipher

This bill establishes a grant award for a violence data study. Following

HB102 Campaign Funds Uses Amendments

Rep. Pitcher, S.

This bill allows candidates for public office to use campaign funds to pay for child care expenses incurred as part of campaign activities. 

Supporting

HB103 Utah Intergenerational Poverty Work & Self-sufficiency Tax Credit.

Rep. Robert Spendlove

This bill enacts a state earned income tax credit.

Priority Supporting

HB120 Student and School Safety Assessment

Rep. Ray Ward

This bill enacts provisions related to school safety.

Following

HB129 Campaign Amendments

Rep. Craig Hall

This bill allows candidates for public office to use campaign funds to pay for child care expenses incurred as part of campaign activities. 

Supporting

HB153 Utah Vital Statistics Act Amendments

 Rep. Merrill Nelson

Sen.Ralph Okerlund

This bill amends provisions regarding the completion and amendment of a birth certificate.  Following
HB208 Safe Routes to School Program

Rep. Suzanne Harrison

This bill requires the Department of Transportation to implement a program to provide safe routes to school.

Supporting

HB209 Extreme Risk Protective Order Rep. Stephen Handy This bill creates the Extreme Risk Protective Order Act.

Supporting

HB210 Medicaid Expansion Program Revisions

Rep. Ray Ward This bill amends provisions relating to Medicaid expansion.

Priority Supporting

HB244 Misdemeanor Sentencing Timeline Clarifications Rep. Eric Hutchings  This bill reduces the maximum penalty for a misdemeanor conviction by one day to 364.

Supporting

HB267 Prescription Drug Importation Program

Rep. Norman Thurston

Sen. Curtis Bramble

This bill creates a program and reporting requirements relating to prescription drugs and the importation of prescription drugs.

 

Supporting

HB274 Retail Tobacco Specialty Business Amendments 
Rep. Jennifer Dailey-Provost This bill amends provisions relating to the sale of flavored tobacco products.

Supporting

HB275 Contraception for Women Prisoners

Rep. Jennifer Dailey-Provost

This bill requires that jails must continue to allow female prisoners access to contraceptives. Following

HB286 Financial and Economic Literacy Education Amendments

Rep. Jefferson Moss This bill amends provisions related to financial and economic literacy education. Following
HB303 School Community Council Amendments Rep. Keven Stratton This bill modifies provisions related to the School LAND Trust Program.

Following

HB317 Homeless Resource Center Drug-free Zone

Rep. Steve Eliason

This bill modifies provisions related to penalties for certain prohibited acts. Following
HB324 Tobacco Age Amendments

Rep. Steve Eliason

 This bill modifies the minimum age for obtaining, possessing, using, providing, or furnishing of tobacco products, paraphernalia, and under certain circumstances, electronic smoking devices from 19 to 20 then to 21 years of age. Following
HB333 Workforce Development Incentives Amendments

Rep. Suzanne Harrison

This bill amends provisions related to tax credit incentives for economic development.

Supporting

HB340 School Absenteeism and Truancy Amendments

Rep. V. Lowry Snow

This bill amends provisions related to truancy.

Supporting

HB371 Consent to Services for Homeless Youth Rep. Elizabeth Weight This bill relates to a homeless youth's ability to consent to a temporary shelter, care, or services.

Supporting

HB373 Student Support Amendments

Rep. Steve Eliason

This bill repeals and enacts provisions related to school-based mental health support.

Supporting

HB379 Intergenerational Poverty Solution

Rep. Norman Thurston

This bill creates the Earned Income and Education Savings Incentive Program. Following

HR003 House Resolution Supporting Humane Response to Refugee Crisis

Rep. Jen Dailey-Provost

This House resolution urges a humane response to the immigration crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border.

Supporting

HCR004 Concurrent Resolution Supporting Utah's Every Kid Outdoors Initiative

Rep. Patrice Arent This concurrent resolution expresses support for Utah's Every Kid Outdoors Initiative.

Supporting

HJR008 Proposal to Amend Utah Constitution - Slavery and Involuntary Servitude Prohibition

Rep. Sandra Hollins

Sen. Jacob Anderegg

This joint resolution of the Legislature proposes to amend the Utah Constitution to modify a provision prohibiting slavery and involuntary servitude.

Supporting

Senate Bills

SB012 FDIC Premium Deduction Amendments

Sen. Jerry Stevenson

This bill modifies the Corporate Franchise and Income Taxes code and the Individual Income Tax Act by amending provisions relating to certain subtractions from unadjusted income or adjusted gross income.

Following

SB013 Income Tax Domicile Amendments

Sen. Curtis Bramble

This bill modifies tax provisions relating to income tax domicile requirements.

Following

SB028 Income Tax Revisions

Sen. Curtis Bramble

This bill modifies corporate income tax provisions.

Following

SB032 Indigent Defense Act Amendments

Sen. Todd Weiler

This bill amends provisions of Utah’s Indigent Defense Act to ensure appropriate legal representation for all young people appearing in juvenile court. 

Priority Supporting

SB038 Substitute Mental Health Amendments Sen. Lincoln Fillmore

This bill amends provisions of the civil commitment code and the definition of "unprofessional conduct" applied to mental health professionals.

Following

SB041 Interest Deductions Amendments

Sen. Daniel McCay

This bill modifies the Corporate and Franchise Income Tax Act and the Individual Income Tax Act by amending provisions relating to additions and deductions for certain business interest.

Following

SB042 Tangible Personal Property Amendments

Sen. Daniel McCay

This bill provides for the exemption of certain tangible personal property from property tax if the tangible personal property is eligible for sales and use taxation.

Following

SB083 Partnerships for Healthy Communities

Sen. Ann Millner

This bill creates the Partnerships for Healthy Communities Grant Program and will address the social determinants of health that affect early childhood health outcomes.

Priority Supporting

SB096  Medicaid Expansion Adjustments

Sen. Allen Christensen

This bill amends provisions relating to the state Medicaid program and the state sales

Opposing

SB097 Medicaid Program Revisions

Sen. Jacob Anderegg

This bill repeals the expansion of the state Medicaid program under the Affordable Care Act and changes the sales tax rate.

Opposing

SB103 Victim Targeting Penalty Enhancements

Sen. Daniel Thatcher

This bill enacts provisions relating to sentencing for a criminal offense committed against a victim who is selected because of certain personal attributes. Following
SB106 Mental Health Services in Schools

Sen. Lincoln Fillmore

This bill enacts provisions relating to coverage of certain mental health services by the Medicaid program and certain health insurers.

Following

SB110 Family Medical Unpaid Leave Amendments

Sen. Daniel Hemmert

Provides state-eligible companies (those that have between 30 and 50 employees) to make available three weeks of unpaid medical leave to employees. 

 Supporting

SB143 Public Education Vision Screening

Sen. Luz Escamilla

Rep. Brad Daw

This bill modifies provisions regarding public education vision screening.

Supporting

SB166 School Readiness Amendments Sen. Ann Millner

This bill amends and enacts preschool provisions.

Priority Supporting

SJR003 Proposal to Amend Utah Constitution - Tangible Personal Property Tax Exemption

Sen. Daniel McCay

This joint resolution of the Legislature proposes to amend the Utah Constitution to modify a provision relating to tangible personal property tax exemptions.

Following