2020 Legislative Interim Committee Meetings

Utah State Legislature

The 2020 interim Committee meeting schedule of the Utah State Legislature has been modified because of COVID-19. 

"As authorized by Utah Code, Title 52, Chapter 4, Open and Public Meetings Act, and in accordance with Joint Rule 1-4-402, this meeting will be conducted electronically to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)."

"The Utah State Capitol is temporarily closed to visitors and members of the public are not permitted to attend the meeting at the anchor location. To listen to a live broadcast of the meeting, visit the committee’s webpage at https://le.utah.gov."

We invite, encourage and welcome the involvement of all districts in the legislative process.  The goal of the UASD is to represent the interests of districts by informing legislators of your needs and interests, and by positively influencing the legislative process on behalf of districts and the citizens of the State of Utah whom we serve.


2020 Interim Meeting Resources

Interim committee resources will be posted in the UASD website as they become available.  Members of the Association may access 2020 Legislative Interim Meeting resources by entering their user name and password.  If you have forgotten your user name or password, click on the "Contact Us" link to send a message to the webmaster referencing the problem.

If you are not already registered as a user, you will be prompted to create a user name and password to view all legislative resources.  If your district is not yet a member of the Association, we invite you to create a user name and password.  Begin today to participate in all of the benefits of membership by unifying with districts throughout Utah and become a member today!

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2020 Fifth Special Session of the Utah Legislature

Utah State Legislature

The Governor has issues a proclamation calling the Legislature into a Fifth Special Session to consider 26 items.  You may review the items to be considered by reviewing the Governor's Proclamation.  You may access bills to be considered and other information by clicking on the following links.


Proclamation calling a Fifth Special Session

Summary of Fifth Special Session Legislation 

Fifth Special Session webpage


LISTING OF NEW BILLS

House Bills

HB 5001, Data Privacy Amendments, Representative Robert Spendlove

HB 5002, Open and Public Meetings Act Amendments, Representative Val Potter

HB 5003, School District Use of Property Tax Revenue, Representative Lowry Snow

HB 5004, Airport-related Alcohol Modifications, Representative Tim Hawkes

HB 5005, Revisor's Technical Corrections to Utah Code, Representative Francis Gibson


Senate Bills

SB 5002, Changes to Procurement Code, Senator Greg Buxton

SB 5003, COVID-19 Immunity Provisions, Senator Kirk Cullimore

SB 5004, Municipal Annexation Amendments, Senator Greg Buxton

SB 5005, Rent and Mortgage Assistance Amendments, Senator Lincoln Fillmore

SB 5006, Public Safety Worker Protection Amendments, Senator Karen Mayne

SB 5007, Unemployment Insurance Rates Amendments, Senator Dan McCay

SB 5008, Private Investiragor License Qualifications, Senator Todd Weiler

SB 5009, Martha Hughes Cannon Statute Amendments, Senator Diedre Henderson


SCR 501, Concurrent Resolution Honoring the Graduating Class of 2020, Senator Lincoln Fillmore


Members of the Association may access 2020 Legislative Session resources by entering their user name and password.  If you have forgotten your user name or password, click on the "Contact Us" link to send a message to the webmaster referencing the problem.

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