Utah Legislature Archive
Democrat Jim Bradley has been a longtime fixture in Salt Lake County politics. Serving as chairman of the county commission for four
Governor Gary Herbert is defending his decision to sign a bill demanding the federal government transfer its public lands in Utah to
Sex education, including discussion of contraception, will continue in Utah schools. Friday night, Governor Gary Herbert vetoed House Bill 363, which would
Weber State University may be forced to drop a handful of its concurrent enrollment courses if Utah Governor Gary Herbert lends his
Utah Governor Gary Herbert’s 2012 campaign kickoff last night came only five days after the end of the annual session of the
The Utah Parent Teacher Association says Utahns are being misinformed about the controversial sex education bill that state lawmakers passed during the
Salt Lake City is back to fine tuning its regulation of electronic billboards now that efforts by state lawmakers to thwart the
The 2012 legislative session is now over. And with no immigration battles or open records fight, it was certainly calmer than 2011.
After 45 days of negotiating bills and budgets, the Utah Legislature wrapped up its business last night at midnight. KCPW’s Jessica Gail
The 2012 legislative session concluded with lawmakers finalizing the details for the state’s $13 billion dollar budget Thursday. As KCPW's Whittney Evans
It looks as though many Utah high school students won’t be able to get college credit through concurrent enrollment courses for free
State Superintendent Larry Shumway received a prompt reply to a letter he sent U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan this week. Shumway wrote
The Utah Senate approved a bill this morning that requires some welfare recipients in the state to be drug tested if they
The Utah Senate has passed a bill that was initially intended to thwart Salt Lake City's anti-idling ordinance. But as KCPW's Whittney
A divisive bill that would only allow Utah public schools to teach strictly abstinence-only sexual education is heading to the governor’s desk.
A resolution urging the State Board of Education to thoroughly evaluate its adoption of the Common Core standards developed by several states
Without fail, there’s always one issue that dominates much of the discussion during the Utah Legislature’s annual session: public education. This year,
Legislation that bans huka smoking and the use of electronic cigarettes in public spaces under the Utah Indoor Clean Air Act is
The Utah Legislature's minority party is losing two prominent members. Monday, two long-time Democrats, David Litvack and Karen Morgan, announced their plans
The Utah House of Representatives approved a measure Monday that would require women in Utah to wait three days before getting an
A proposal to allow personal income tax contributions for elementary schools across Utah was narrowly rejected by the Utah Senate this morning.
The fate of several liquor stores now rests in the hands of the Utah legislature. Democratic Senator Ben McAdams says six stores
Utah is a step closer to joining a multi-state compact that would petition the federal government for state control of healthcare dollars.
With less than a week left in the session, House and Senate leaders are closing in on an agreement to fund the
Despite concerns from affordable housing groups over a plan to split Utah’s Department of Community and Culture, that bill is one step
The Utah Senate approved a bill this morning to keep online gambling illegal in the state as the federal government moves to
A legislative resolution to support connecting Salt Lake County and Summit County ski resorts is being amended to satisfy environmental groups and
Occupy Salt Lake protesters made their way back into the spotlight Wednesday at the Utah Capitol, but didn't draw much attention from
A bill restricting the use of tanning beds by minors will soon be on Governor Gary Herbert’s desk, after the Utah House
Should members of the Utah legislature be required to learn more about the changing demographics of the state and how to be