Utah Department of Administrative Services Division of Administrative Rules

Utah State Bulletin

Notices of proposed rules, emergency rules, five-year review, and effective date; and other executive branch notices.

Utah State Bulletin Issues

2014

The 2014 issues of the Bulletin are available in PDF (official) format and HTML (convenience) format.

 

2013

The 2013 issues of the Bulletin are available in PDF (official) format and HTML (convenience) format.

2012

The 2012 issues of the Bulletin are available in PDF (official) format and HTML (convenience) format.

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2011

The 2011 issues of the Bulletin are available in PDF (official) format and HTML (convenience) format.

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2010

The 2010 issues of the Bulletin are available in PDF (official) format and HTML (convenience) format.

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2009

The 2009 issues of the Bulletin are available in PDF format and HTML format.

Note: the 08/15/2009 Utah State Bulletin issue is the first issue produced using the eRules v. 2 application and database.

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2008

The 2008 issues of the Bulletin are available in PDF format.

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2007

The 2007 issues of the Bulletin are available in PDF format. 

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2006

The 2006 issues of the Bulletin are available in PDF format.

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2005

The 2005 issues of the Bulletin are available in PDF format.

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2004

The 2004 issues of the Bulletin are available in PDF format.

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2003

The 2003 issues of the Bulletin are available in PDF format.

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2002

The 2002 issues of the Bulletin are available in PDF format.

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2001

The 2001 issues of the Bulletin are available in PDF format.

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2000

The 2000 issues of the Bulletin are available in PDF format.

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1999

The 1999 issues of the Bulletin are available in PDF format.

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1998

The 1998 issues of the Bulletin are available PDF format.

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1997

The 1997 issues of the Bulletin are available in compressed (zip) WordPerfect 6.1 (cWP) format.

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1996

The 1996 issues of the Bulletin are available in compressed (zip) WordPerfect 6.1 (cWP) format.

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Additional Information About the Utah State Bulletin

Organization

The Utah State Bulletin is organized into the following general sections:

  • Editor's Notes,
  • Special Notices,
  • Governor's Executive Documents,
  • Notices of Proposed Rules (NEW, AMD, REP, R&R),
  • Notices of Changes in Proposed Rules (CPR),
  • Notices of 120-Day (Emergency) Rules (EMR),
  • Notices of Expedited Rules (EXP),
  • Five-Year Notices of Review and Statements of Continuation (5YR),
  • Notices of Five-Year Review Extensions (EXT),
  • Notices of Five-Year Expirations (EXD),
  • Notices of Legislative Nonreauthorization (LNR),
  • Notices of Governor's Extensions (GEX),
  • Notices of Rule Effective Dates, and
  • the Rules Index.

Within each of the sections pertaining to rules, information is further organized by: department, code reference number (grouped by agency), and DAR File Number.

Format Notes

The Portable Document Format (PDF) version of the Bulletin is the official version. PDF files may be viewed using Adobe Acrobat Reader or Sumatra PDF.

The Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML) version of the Bulletin includes information published in the corresponding PDF edition of the Bulletin (same issue date). The HTML version is a convenience copy. While a discrepancy between the PDF version and the HTML version is unlikely, any discrepancy is resolved in favor of the PDF version.

For 1996 and 1997, only a WordPerfect version of the Bulletin is available. For these issues, pagination and layout will change depending on the printer driver installed on the machine used to view the file.  These files are compressed.   The compressed files may be explored using Windows XP/Vista/7, or with a utility like PKUnZip, 7-Zip, or a similar program.  WordPerfect 6.x or higher is required to read the WPD files.

Authentication (the MD5 Hash)

The Division of Administrative Rules has generated an MD5 hash for the PDF files (files saved with an ".pdf" extension) and the compressed WordPerfect files (1996 and 1997 only; files saved with a ".zip" extension) that can be downloaded from this web page.  An MD5 hash is, in essence, a signature for a file. You can confirm the integrity of the files you download by comparing the MD5 hash the Division has posted with one that you generate. Various software packages are available that permit you to generate an MD5 hash such as MD5Summer (graphical user interface), winMD5Sum (graphical user interface), MD5SUMS (no graphical user interface), or File Checksum Integrity Verifier (no graphical user interface). If the hashes do not match exactly, then the integrity of the file is in question. Please contact the Division of Administrative Rules immediately if the hash numbers do not match.

Notification

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Additional Information

For questions regarding the content or application of a specific rule, please contact the agency responsible for the rule. A directory of agencies is available online. For questions about the rulemaking process, please contact the Division of Administrative Rules.