A Nonreauthorization Bill?

Rep. John Dougall is sponsoring H.B. 335 (2012), Professional Licensing Amendments.  This bill “excludes from reauthorization four subsections within the rules of the Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing”, specifically:

  • R156-3a-102(6)(d);
  • R156-3a-102(6)(e);
  • R156-22-102(6)(d); and
  • R156-22-102(6)(e).

The bill contains a coordination clause which coordinates the provisions of H.B. 335 with the provisions of S.B. 30, Administrative Rules Reauthorization.

More information about H.B. 335 is available online from the Legislature’s web site at http://le.utah.gov/~2012/htmdoc/hbillhtm/hb0335.htm .

S.B. 240 Removes Obsolete Language from Rulemaking Act

Sen. John Valentine is sponsoring S.B. 240 (2012), General Repealer.  Section 4 of the bill amends Section 63G-3-305 by deleting Subsection (10).  In 1997, this subsection provided extra time for the then-newly-created Labor Commission and Department of Workforce Services to comply with the Rulemaking Act’s five-year review requirement.

More information about S.B. 240 is available on the Legislature’s web site at http://le.utah.gov/~2012/htmdoc/sbillhtm/sb0240.htm .

Utah Administrative Code Current through February 1, 2012

The Utah Administrative Code, the body of all effective administrative rules as compiled and organized by the Division of Administrative Rules, is current through 02/01/2012.  The Division posted this update on its website on 02/10/2012.  The Division’s goal is to codify and post administrative rule filings made effective through the first of the month by the tenth of the month.

The Utah Administrative Code is available online at http://www.rules.utah.gov/publicat/code.htm.  An archive of updates to the Utah Administrative Code is available online at http://www.rules.utah.gov/publicat/codeudt.htm.