What is RSS?

RSS stands for "Real Simple Syndication" and uses XML (eXtensible Markup Language) technology to syndicate and aggregate Internet content.

Using an RSS reader you can be notified when we add new content to the Featured Links section of our Web site. You can review summary information about new documents or features we have provided and decide if you want to follow a link that directs you to our Web site for more information than is provided in the feed.

RSS readers are easy to use and can be downloaded from a variety of Web sites. Use your favorite internet search engine to locate an RSS reader compatible with your operating system and follow the installation instructions.

For most RSS readers the following instructions should work for adding a new feed or "channel":

* Click on the orange XML button representing the news feed you want to subscribe to.
* A new Web page will appear displaying XML code
* Highlight and copy the URL that is in the address bar on your browser window (for example, the URL you would copy for the "Featured Links" news feed is http://le.utah.gov/rss/utleg.xml)
* Paste that URL into the "Add New Channel" section of your RSS reader

That's it! Your RSS reader will notify you when new items have been added to our news feed.

Feeds/Channels Provided on our Web site

Featured Links  News XML
Bill Tracking
(Create a customized RSS feed to track bills)
Legislative Committees (Click on a specific committee to create a customized RSS feed to follow the committee's activity)