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H.R. 3

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HOUSE RULES RESOLUTION - COMMITTEE

             2     
REVIEW OF BILLS

             3     
2000 GENERAL SESSION

             4     
STATE OF UTAH

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Sponsor: Melvin R. Brown

             6      A RESOLUTION OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES REVISING HOUSE RULES;
             7      MODIFYING REQUIREMENTS FOR STANDING COMMITTEE REVIEW OF
             8      LEGISLATION; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
             9      This resolution affects legislative rules as follows:
             10      AMENDS:
             11          HR-23.13
             12      Be it resolved by the House of Representatives of the state of Utah:
             13          Section 1. HR-23.13 is amended to read:
             14           HR-23.13. Standing Committee Review.
             15          (1) The House of Representatives may not pass a bill, joint resolution, or concurrent
             16      resolution during the annual general session [which] that has not [had] been reviewed by a House
             17      standing committee [review].
             18          (2) This rule does not apply to:
             19          (a) any resolution regarding legislative rules or legislative personnel;
             20          (b) bills that have been approved by an interim committee;
             21          (c) the revisor's statute; or
             22          (d) the appropriations act, the supplemental appropriations acts, the school finance act, and
             23      any bonding act [which] that has been reviewed and approved by the Executive Appropriations
             24      Committee.
             25          Section 2. Effective date.
             26          This resolution takes effect upon approval by a constitutional majority vote of all members
             27      of the House of Representatives.






Legislative Review Note
    as of 1-31-00 11:52 AM


A limited legal review of this legislation raises no obvious constitutional or statutory concerns.

Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel


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