2017 Session – Status of Flagged Bills

Here is the current status of our 2017 flagged bills series:

Last Update: December 4, 2016

Bill #Bill NameSponsorPartyGradeStatusLink
HB 023Utah Residential Solar Tax Credit RepealPeterson, Rep. Jeremy
R
F
Introduced
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HB 076End of Life Options ActChavez-Houck, Rep. Rebecca
D
B+
Introduced
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HCR 001Concurrent Resolution on Public LandsStratton, Rep. Kevin
R
F
Introduced
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HJR 001Joint Rules Resolution on Redistricting Standards Nelson, Rep. Merrill
R
B
Introduced
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SB 029Utah Marriage Commission AmendmentsChristensen, Sen. Allen
R
F
Introduced
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HB 078Nonbinding Opinion QuestionThurston, Rep. Norm
R
D
Introduced
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HJR 002Joint Resolution – Nonbinding Opinion on Daylight Savings TimeThurston, Rep. Norm
R
F
Introduced
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HB 071Hygiene Tax Act Duckworth, Rep. Susan
D
A+
Introduced
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HB 011State Boards and Commissions AmendmentsThurston, Rep. Norm
R
F
Introduced
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SB 072Victim Selection Penalty EnhancementsThatcher, Sen. Dan
R
A-
Introduced
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HB 107Perinatal HospiceHandy, Rep. Stephen
R
F
Introduced
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HB 112Firearms AmendmentsPerry, Rep. Lee
R
F
Introduced
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HCR 005Concurrent Resolution on Clean Fuel School Buses Handy, Rep. Stephen
R
B-
Introduced
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HB 121Local Food Advisory CouncilHandy, Rep. Stephen
R
A
Introduced
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HB 141Unborn Child Protection AmendmentsStratton, Rep. Keven
R
F
Introduced
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HB 052Political Contribution Reporting Amendments Daw, Rep. Brad
R
A-
Introduced
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HB 057Reproductive Health and Medicaid AmendmentsKing, Rep. Brian
D
A
Introduced
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HB 147Living Wage AmendmentsHemingway, Rep. Lynn
D
A+
Introduced
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3 comments for “2017 Session – Status of Flagged Bills

  1. Patty Paulsen
    December 27, 2016 at 9:18 am

    I find knowing about these bills and the thoughtful assessment is fundamental to helping our State become better.

  2. Andrea Globokar
    December 27, 2016 at 9:58 am

    I am opposed to SB 029. It is unnecessary and violates the Constituional separation of church and state.

  3. Ariane Newell
    December 27, 2016 at 12:37 pm

    Dear Senator Christensen, I congratulate you on being concerned about bolstering the values of stable, peaceful marital/family relationships but your current bill is not the answer. If you try to legislate in a biased matter towards non religious or homosexual marriages—constitutionally concerned citizens will always object and fight it.
    thank you for your time,
    Ariane Newell
    arianenewell@yahoo.com

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