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Second Substitute H.B. 139
8 LONG TITLE
9 General Description:
10 This bill amends the Disaster Recovery Funding Act, the Disaster Response and
11 Recovery Act, and related provisions to address the expenditure of monies relating to a
12 declared disaster, the governor's powers during a state of emergency, and related
13 reporting requirements to the Legislative Management Committee or the Executive
14 Appropriations Committee.
15 Highlighted Provisions:
16 This bill:
17 . modifies definitions;
18 . increases the monies that the Division of Homeland Security may expend from the
19 State Disaster Recovery Restricted Account to address costs to the state of
20 emergency disaster services in response to a declared disaster;
21 . provides that the monies that the Division of Homeland Security may expend from
22 the State Disaster Recovery Restricted Account are subject to appropriation by the
24 . repeals obsolete language;
25 . addresses the governor's powers during a state of emergency including:
26 . suspending or modifying a statute or administrative rule during a state of
27 emergency under certain circumstances;
28 . repealing a requirement that the president of the United States declare an
29 emergency or major disaster before the governor may exercise certain powers;
30 . addressing the removal of debris or wreckage; and
31 . declaring a state of emergency;
32 . requires certain reports to the Legislative Management Committee or the Executive
33 Appropriations Committee; and
34 . makes technical and conforming changes.
35 Monies Appropriated in this Bill:
36 This bill appropriates:
37 . $3,000,000 from the State Disaster Recovery Restricted Account for fiscal year
38 2010-11 only, to the Department of Public Safety - Division of Homeland Security -
39 Emergency and Disaster Management line item.
40 Other Special Clauses:
41 This bill provides effective dates.
42 Utah Code Sections Affected:
44 26-49-102, as enacted by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 242
45 53-2-403, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2009, Chapters 3 and 183
46 53-2-404, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2009, Chapters 183 and 368
47 53-2-406, as enacted by Laws of Utah 2007, Chapter 328
48 63J-5-103, as renumbered and amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
49 63J-7-102, as enacted by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 195
50 63K-4-201, as renumbered and amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
51 63K-4-203, as renumbered and amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
52 63K-4-401, as renumbered and amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
53 76-8-317, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
55 63K-4-406, Utah Code Annotated 1953
57 Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state of Utah:
58 Section 1. Section 26-49-102 is amended to read:
59 26-49-102. Definitions.
60 As used in this chapter:
61 (1) "Department of Health" shall have the meaning provided for in Section 26-1-4 .
62 (2) "Disaster relief organization" means an entity that:
63 (a) provides emergency or disaster relief services that include health or veterinary
64 services provided by volunteer health practitioners;
65 (b) is designated or recognized as a provider of the services described in Subsection
66 (2)(a) under a disaster response and recovery plan adopted by:
67 (i) an agency of the federal government;
68 (ii) the state Department of Health; or
69 (iii) a local health department; and
70 (c) regularly plans and conducts its activities in coordination with:
71 (i) an agency of the federal government;
72 (ii) the Department of Health; or
73 (iii) a local health department.
74 (3) "Emergency" means a "state of emergency" as defined in Section 63K-4-103 .
75 (4) "Emergency declaration" [
76 declaration made in accordance with Section 63K-4-203 [
77 (5) "Emergency Management Assistance Compact" means the interstate compact
78 approved by Congress by Public Law No. 104-321, 110 Stat. 3877 and adopted by Utah in Title
79 53, Chapter 2, Part 2, Emergency Management Assistance Compact.
80 (6) "Entity" means a person other than an individual.
81 (7) "Health facility" means an entity licensed under the laws of this or another state to
82 provide health or veterinary services.
83 (8) "Health practitioner" means an individual licensed under Utah law or another state
84 to provide health or veterinary services.
85 (9) "Health services" means the provision of treatment, care, advice, guidance, other
86 services, or supplies related to the health or death of individuals or human populations, to the
87 extent necessary to respond to an emergency, including:
88 (a) the following, concerning the physical or mental condition or functional status of an
89 individual or affecting the structure or function of the body:
90 (i) preventive, diagnostic, therapeutic, rehabilitative, maintenance, or palliative care; or
91 (ii) counseling, assessment, procedures, or other services;
92 (b) selling or dispensing a drug, a device, equipment, or another item to an individual
93 in accordance with a prescription; and
94 (c) funeral, cremation, cemetery, or other mortuary services.
95 (10) "Host entity":
96 (a) means an entity operating in Utah that:
97 (i) uses volunteer health practitioners to respond to an emergency; and
98 (ii) is responsible during an emergency, for actually delivering health services to
99 individuals or human populations, or veterinary services to animals or animal populations; and
100 (b) may include disaster relief organizations, hospitals, clinics, emergency shelters,
101 health care provider offices, or any other place where volunteer health practitioners may
102 provide health or veterinary services.
103 (11) (a) "License" means authorization by a state to engage in health or veterinary
104 services that are unlawful without authorization.
105 (b) "License" includes authorization under this title to an individual to provide health
106 or veterinary services based upon a national or state certification issued by a public or private
108 (12) "Local health department" shall have the meaning provided for in Subsection
109 26A-1-102 (5).
110 (13) "Person" means an individual, corporation, business trust, trust, partnership,
111 limited liability company, association, joint venture, public corporation, government or
112 governmental subdivision, agency, or instrumentality, or any other legal or commercial entity.
113 (14) "Scope of practice" means the extent of the authorization to provide health or
114 veterinary services granted to a health practitioner by a license issued to the practitioner in the
115 state in which the principal part of the practitioner's services are rendered, including any
116 conditions imposed by the licensing authority.
117 (15) "State" means:
118 (a) a state of the United States;
119 (b) the District of Columbia;
120 (c) Puerto Rico;
121 (d) the United States Virgin Islands; or
122 (e) any territory or insular possession subject to the jurisdiction of the United States.
123 (16) "Veterinary services" shall have the meaning provided for in Subsection
124 58-28-102 (11).
125 (17) (a) "Volunteer health practitioner" means a health practitioner who provides health
126 or veterinary services, whether or not the practitioner receives compensation for those services.
127 (b) "Volunteer health practitioner" does not include a practitioner who receives
128 compensation under a preexisting employment relationship with a host entity or affiliate that
129 requires the practitioner to provide health services in Utah, unless the practitioner is:
130 (i) not a Utah resident; and
131 (ii) employed by a disaster relief organization providing services in Utah while an
132 emergency declaration is in effect.
133 Section 2. Section 53-2-403 is amended to read:
134 53-2-403. State Disaster Recovery Restricted Account.
135 (1) (a) There is created a restricted account in the General Fund known as the "State
136 Disaster Recovery Restricted Account."
137 (b) The disaster recovery fund shall consist of:
138 (i) monies deposited into the disaster recovery fund in accordance with Section
139 63J-1-314 ;
140 (ii) monies appropriated to the disaster recovery fund by the Legislature; and
141 (iii) any other public or private monies received by the division that are:
142 (A) given to the division for purposes consistent with this section; and
143 (B) deposited into the disaster recovery fund at the request of:
144 (I) the division; or
145 (II) the person giving the monies.
146 (c) The Division of Finance shall deposit interest or other earnings derived from
147 investment of fund monies into the General Fund.
148 (d) [
149 recovery fund may only be [
150 (i) (A) [
151 53-2-406, in any fiscal year the division may [
152 expend an amount that does not exceed $250,000, in accordance with Section 53-2-404 , to
153 fund costs to the state of emergency disaster services in response to a declared disaster;
154 (B) subject to Section 53-2-406 , in any fiscal year the division may expend or commit
155 to expend an amount that exceeds $250,000, but does not exceed $1,000,000, in accordance
156 with Section 53-2-404 , to fund costs to the state of emergency disaster services in response to a
157 declared disaster if the division:
158 (I) before making the expenditure or commitment to expend, obtains approval for the
159 expenditure or commitment to expend from the governor;
160 (II) subject to Subsection (4), provides written notice of the expenditure or
161 commitment to expend to the speaker of the House of Representatives, the president of the
162 Senate, the Division of Finance, and the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst no later than
163 72 hours after making the expenditure or commitment to expend; and
164 (III) makes the report required by Subsection 53-2-406 (2); and
165 (C) subject to Section 53-2-406 , in any fiscal year the division may expend or commit
166 to expend an amount that exceeds $1,000,000, but does not exceed $3,000,000, in accordance
167 with Section 53-2-404 , to fund costs to the state of emergency disaster services in response to a
168 declared disaster if, before making the expenditure or commitment to expend, the division:
169 (I) obtains approval for the expenditure or commitment to expend from the governor;
171 (II) submits the expenditure or commitment to expend to the Executive Appropriations
172 Committee in accordance with Subsection 53-2-406 (3); and
173 (ii) subject to being appropriated by the Legislature, monies not described in
174 Subsection (1)(d)(i) may be [
175 state directly related to a declared disaster that are not costs related to:
176 (A) emergency disaster services;
177 (B) emergency preparedness; or
178 (C) notwithstanding whether or not a county participates in the Wildland Fire
179 Suppression Fund created in Section 65A-8-204 , any fire suppression or presuppression costs
180 that may be paid for from the Wildland Fire Suppression Fund if the county participates in the
181 Wildland Fire Suppression Fund[
184 (2) The state treasurer shall invest monies in the disaster recovery fund according to
185 Title 51, Chapter 7, State Money Management Act.
186 (3) (a) Except as provided in Subsection (1), the monies in the disaster recovery fund
187 may not be diverted, appropriated, [
188 purpose that is not listed in this section.
189 (b) Notwithstanding Section 63J-1-410 , the Legislature may not appropriate monies
190 from the disaster recovery fund to eliminate or otherwise reduce an operating deficit if the
191 monies appropriated from the disaster recovery fund are [
192 expended for a purpose other than one listed in this section.
193 (c) The Legislature may not amend the purposes for which monies in the disaster
194 recovery fund may be [
195 vote of two-thirds of all the members elected to each house.
196 (4) The division:
197 (a) shall provide the notice required by Subsection (1)(d)(i)(B) using the best available
198 method under the circumstances as determined by the division; and
199 (b) may provide the notice required by Subsection (1)(d)(i)(B) in electronic format.
200 Section 3. Section 53-2-404 is amended to read:
201 53-2-404. State costs for emergency disaster services.
202 (1) Subject to this section and Section 53-2-403 , the division shall [
203 commit to expend monies described in Subsection 53-2-403 (1)(d)(i) to fund costs to the state
204 of emergency disaster services.
205 (2) Monies paid by the division under this section to government entities and private
206 persons providing emergency disaster services are subject to Title 63G, Chapter 6, Utah
207 Procurement Code.
208 Section 4. Section 53-2-406 is amended to read:
209 53-2-406. Reporting.
210 (1) By no later than December 31 of each year, the division shall provide a written
211 report to the governor and the [
216 (d) any unexpended balance of appropriations from the disaster recovery fund.
217 (2) (a) The governor and the Department of Public Safety shall report to the Legislative
218 Management Committee an expenditure or commitment to expend made in accordance with
219 Subsection 53-2-403 (1)(d)(i)(B).
220 (b) The governor and the Department of Public Safety shall make the report required
221 by this Subsection (2) on or before the sooner of:
222 (i) the day on which the governor calls the Legislature into session in accordance with
223 Section 63K-1-302 ; or
224 (ii) 15 days after the division makes the expenditure or commitment to expend
225 described in Subsection 53-2-403 (1)(d)(i)(B).
226 (3) (a) Subject to Subsection (3)(b), before the division makes an expenditure or
227 commitment to expend described in Subsection 53-2-403 (1)(d)(i)(C), the governor and the
228 Department of Public Safety shall submit the expenditure or commitment to expend to the
229 Executive Appropriations Committee for its review and recommendations.
230 (b) The Executive Appropriations Committee shall review the expenditure or
231 commitment to expend and may:
232 (i) recommend that the division make the expenditure or commitment to expend;
233 (ii) recommend that the division not make the expenditure or commitment to expend;
235 (iii) recommend to the governor that the governor call a special session of the
236 Legislature to review and approve or reject the expenditure or commitment to expend.
237 Section 5. Section 63J-5-103 is amended to read:
238 63J-5-103. Scope and applicability of chapter.
239 (1) Except as provided in Subsection (2), and except as otherwise provided by a statute
240 superseding provisions of this chapter by explicit reference to this chapter, the provisions of
241 this chapter apply to each agency and govern each federal funds request.
242 (2) This chapter does not govern federal funds requests for:
243 (a) the Medical Assistance Program, commonly known as Medicaid;
244 (b) the Children's Health Insurance Program;
245 (c) the Women, Infant, and Children program;
246 (d) the Temporary Assistance to Needy Families program;
247 (e) Social Security Act monies;
248 (f) the Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment program;
249 (g) Child Care Block grants;
250 (h) Food Stamp Administration and Training monies;
251 (i) Unemployment Insurance Operations monies;
252 (j) Federal Highway Administration monies;
253 (k) the Utah National Guard; or
254 (l) pass-through federal funds.
255 (3) The governor need not seek legislative review or approval of federal funds received
256 by the state [
257 (a) the governor has declared a state of emergency; and
258 (b) the federal funds are received to assist [
259 under Subsection 63K-4-201 [
260 Section 6. Section 63J-7-102 is amended to read:
261 63J-7-102. Scope and applicability of chapter.
262 (1) Except as provided in Subsection (2), and except as otherwise provided by a statute
263 superseding provisions of this chapter by explicit reference to this chapter, the provisions of
264 this chapter apply to each agency and govern each grant received on or after May 5, 2008.
265 (2) This chapter does not govern:
266 (a) a grant deposited into a General Fund restricted account;
267 (b) a grant deposited into a Trust and Agency Fund as defined in Section 51-5-4 ;
268 (c) a grant deposited into an Enterprise Fund as defined in Section 51-5-4 ;
269 (d) a grant made to the state without a restriction or other designated purpose that is
270 deposited into the General Fund as free revenue;
271 (e) a grant made to the state that is restricted only to "education" and that is deposited
272 into the Education Fund or Uniform School Fund as free revenue;
273 (f) in-kind donations;
274 (g) a tax, fees, penalty, fine, surcharge, money judgment, or other monies due the state
275 when required by state law or application of state law;
276 (h) a contribution made under Title 59, Chapter 10, Part 13, Individual Income Tax
277 Contribution Act;
278 (i) a grant received by an agency from another agency or political subdivision;
279 (j) a grant to the Dairy Commission created in Title 4, Chapter 22, Dairy Promotion
281 (k) a grant to the Heber Valley Railroad Authority created in Title 9, Chapter 3, Part 3,
282 Heber Valley Historic Railroad Authority;
283 (l) a grant to the Utah Science Center Authority created in Title 9, Chapter 3, Part 4,
284 Utah Science Center Authority;
285 (m) a grant to the Utah Housing Corporation created in Title 9, Chapter 4, Part 9, Utah
286 Housing Corporation Act;
287 (n) a grant to the Utah State Fair Corporation created in Title 9, Chapter 4, Part 11,
288 Utah State Fair Corporation Act;
289 (o) a grant to the Workers' Compensation Fund created in Title 31A, Chapter 33,
290 Workers' Compensation Fund;
291 (p) a grant to the Utah State Retirement Office created in Title 49, Chapter 11, Utah
292 State Retirement Systems Administration;
293 (q) a grant to the School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration created in Title
294 53C, Chapter 1, Part 2, School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration;
295 (r) a grant to the Utah Communications Agency Network created in Title 63C, Chapter
296 7, Utah Communications Agency Network Act;
297 (s) a grant to the Medical Education Program created in Section 63C-8-102 ;
298 (t) a grant to the Utah Capital Investment Corporation created in Title 63M, Chapter 1,
299 Part 12, Utah Venture Capital Enhancement Act;
300 (u) a grant to the State Charter School Finance Authority created in Section
301 53A-20b-103 ;
302 (v) a grant to the State Building Ownership Authority created in Section 63B-1-304 ;
303 (w) a grant to the Utah Comprehensive Health Insurance Pool created in Section
304 31A-29-104 ; or
305 (x) a grant to the Military Installation Development Authority created in Section
306 63H-1-201 .
307 (3) An agency need not seek legislative review or approval of grants under Part 2,
308 Grant Approval Requirements, [
309 (a) the governor has declared a state of emergency; and
310 (b) the grant is donated to the agency to assist [
311 emergency under Subsection 63K-4-201 [
312 Section 7. Section 63K-4-201 is amended to read:
313 63K-4-201. Authority of governor -- Federal assistance -- Fraud in application
314 for financial assistance -- Penalty.
315 (1) In addition to any other authorities conferred upon the governor, if the governor
318 (a) utilize all available resources of state government as reasonably necessary to cope
319 with a [
320 (b) employ measures and give direction to state and local officers and agencies which
321 are reasonable and necessary for the purpose of securing compliance with the provisions of this
322 act and with orders, rules and regulations made pursuant to this act;
323 (c) recommend and advise the evacuation of all or part of the population from any
324 stricken or threatened area within the state if necessary for the preservation of life;
325 (d) recommend routes, modes of transportation, and destination in connection with
327 (e) in connection with evacuation suspend or limit the sale, dispensing, or
328 transportation of alcoholic beverages, explosives, and combustibles, not to include the lawful
329 bearing of arms;
330 (f) control ingress and egress to and from a disaster area, the movement of persons
331 within the area, and recommend the occupancy or evacuation of premises in a disaster area;
332 (g) clear or remove from publicly or privately owned land or water [
334 threat to public health, public safety, or private property [
337 state department or agency designated by the governor to enter upon private land or waters and
338 perform any tasks necessary for the removal or clearance operation[
340 organization, or individual [
342 (i) presents an unconditional authorization for removal of [
343 wreckage from private property; and [
344 (ii) agrees to indemnify the state [
352 (i) for temporary housing units to be occupied by [
355 (ii) to make the housing units described in Subsection (1)(h)(i) available to [
356 political subdivision of this state;
358 necessary for [
359 through any funds made available to the governor by an agency of the United States for this
362 modify by [
363 public health, safety, zoning, transportation or other requirement of [
364 statute or administrative rule within this state if such action is essential to provide temporary
365 housing [
367 substantial loss of tax and other revenues because of a [
368 political subdivision so affected has demonstrated a need for financial assistance to perform its
369 governmental functions, in accordance with [
370 XIV, Sections 3 and 4, and Section 10-8-6 , to:
371 (i) apply to the federal government for a loan on behalf of the political subdivision[
373 annual operating budget of the political subdivision for the fiscal year in which the state of
374 emergency occurs; and
375 (ii) receive and disburse the [
376 political subdivision[
379 subdivision for the purpose of removing debris or wreckage from publicly owned land or
383 by [
384 of assistance, to apply for, accept and expend a grant by the federal government to fund [
385 the financial assistance, subject to the terms and conditions imposed upon the grant[
386 (n) recommend to the Legislature other actions the governor considers to be necessary
387 to address a state of emergency.
389 connection with an application for financial assistance under this section shall, upon conviction
390 of each offense, be subject to a fine of not more than $5,000 or imprisonment for not more than
391 one year, or both.
392 Section 8. Section 63K-4-203 is amended to read:
393 63K-4-203. State of emergency -- Declaration -- Termination --
394 Commander-in-chief of military forces.
395 (1) A [
396 the governor [
397 the governor finds a disaster has occurred or the occurrence or threat of a disaster is imminent
398 in any area of the state in which state government assistance is required to supplement the
399 response and recovery efforts of the affected political subdivision or political subdivisions.
401 (2) A state of emergency[
402 has passed or the disaster reduced to the extent that emergency conditions no longer exist. [
404 (3) A state of emergency[
405 by joint resolution of the Legislature, which may also terminate a [
406 joint resolution at any time.
407 (4) The governor shall issue an executive order [
410 (5) An executive order described in this section shall state:
411 (a) the nature of the [
412 (b) the area or areas threatened; and
413 (c) the conditions creating such an emergency or those conditions allowing termination
414 of the [
416 commander-in-chief of the military forces of the state in accordance with [
417 Utah Constitution Article VII, Section 4, [
418 State Militia.
419 Section 9. Section 63K-4-401 is amended to read:
420 63K-4-401. Orders, rules, and regulations having force of law -- Filing
421 requirements -- Suspension of state agency rules -- Suspension of certain statutes during
422 a state of emergency.
423 (1) All orders, rules, and regulations promulgated by the governor, a political
424 subdivision, or other agency authorized by this act to make orders, rules, and regulations, not in
425 conflict with existing laws except as specifically provided herein, shall have the full force and
426 effect of law during the state of emergency, when a copy of the order, rule, or regulation is filed
428 (a) the Division of Administrative Rules, if issued by the governor or a state agency; or
429 (b) the office of the clerk of the political subdivision, if issued by the chief executive
430 officer of a political subdivision of the state or agency of the state.
431 (2) The governor may suspend the provisions of any order, rule, or regulation of any
432 state agency, if the strict compliance with the provisions of the order, rule, or regulation would
433 substantially prevent, hinder, or delay necessary action in coping with the emergency or
435 (3) (a) Except as provided in Subsection (3)(b) and subject to Subsections (3)(c) and
436 (d), the governor may by executive order suspend the enforcement of a statute if:
437 (i) the governor declares a state of emergency in accordance with Section 63K-4-203 ;
438 (ii) the governor determines that suspending the enforcement of the statute is:
439 (A) directly related to the state of emergency described in Subsection (3)(a)(i); and
440 (B) necessary to address the state of emergency described in Subsection (3)(a)(i);
441 (iii) the executive order:
442 (A) describes how the suspension of the enforcement of the statute is:
443 (I) directly related to the state of emergency described in Subsection (3)(a)(i); and
444 (II) necessary to address the state of emergency described in Subsection (3)(a)(i); and
445 (B) provides the citation of the statute that is the subject of suspended enforcement;
446 (iv) the governor acts in good faith;
447 (v) the governor provides written notice of the suspension of the enforcement of the
448 statute to the speaker of the House of Representatives and the president of the Senate no later
449 than 24 hours after suspending the enforcement of the statute; and
450 (vi) the governor makes the report required by Section 63K-4-406 .
451 (b) (i) Except as provided in Subsection (3)(b)(ii), the governor may not suspend the
452 enforcement of a criminal penalty created in statute.
453 (ii) The governor may suspend the enforcement of a misdemeanor or infraction if:
454 (A) the misdemeanor or infraction relates to food, health, or transportation; and
455 (B) the requirements of Subsection (3)(a) are met.
456 (c) A suspension described in this Subsection (3) terminates no later than the date the
457 governor terminates the state of emergency in accordance with Section 63K-4-203 to which the
458 suspension relates.
459 (d) The governor:
460 (i) shall provide the notice required by Subsection (3)(a)(v) using the best available
461 method under the circumstances as determined by the governor; and
462 (ii) may provide the notice required by Subsection (3)(a)(v) in electronic format.
463 Section 10. Section 63K-4-406 is enacted to read:
464 63K-4-406. Reporting on the suspension or modification of certain statutes or
466 (1) The governor and the Department of Public Safety shall report the following to the
467 Legislative Management Committee:
468 (a) a suspension or modification of a statute or rule under Subsection 63K-4-201 (1)(j);
470 (b) a suspension of the enforcement of a statute under Subsection 63K-4-401 (3).
471 (2) The governor and the Department of Public Safety shall make the report required
472 by this section on or before the sooner of:
473 (a) the day on which the governor calls the Legislature into session in accordance with
474 Section 63K-1-302 ; or
475 (b) seven days after the date the governor declares the state of emergency to which the
476 suspension or modification relates.
477 (3) The Legislative Management Committee shall review the suspension or
478 modification of a statute or rule or the suspension of the enforcement of a statute described in
479 Subsection (1) and may:
480 (a) recommend:
481 (i) that the governor continue the suspension or modification of the statute or rule or
482 the suspension of the enforcement of the statute; and
483 (ii) the length of the suspension or modification of the statute or rule or the suspension
484 of the enforcement of the statute;
485 (b) recommend that the governor terminate the suspension or modification of the
486 statute or rule or the suspension of the enforcement of the statute; or
487 (c) recommend to the governor that the governor call a special session of the
488 Legislature to review and approve or reject the suspension or modification of the statute or rule
489 or the suspension of the enforcement of the statute.
490 Section 11. Section 76-8-317 is amended to read:
491 76-8-317. Refusal to comply with order to evacuate or other orders issued in a
492 local or state emergency -- Penalties.
493 (1) A person may not refuse to comply with an order to evacuate issued under this
494 chapter or refuse to comply with any other order issued by the governor in a state of an
495 emergency under Section 63K-4-201 or by a chief executive officer in a local emergency under
498 (2) A person who violates this section is guilty of a class B misdemeanor.
499 Section 12. Appropriation.
500 (1) To Department of Public Safety - Division of Homeland Security - Emergency and
501 Disaster Management
502 From General Fund Restricted - State Disaster Recovery
503 Restricted Account $3,000,000
504 Schedule of Programs:
505 Emergency and Disaster Management $3,000,000
506 (2) The Legislature intends that the appropriation under Subsection (1):
507 (a) is for fiscal year 2010-11 only; and
508 (b) does not lapse at the close of fiscal year 2010-11.
509 Section 13. Effective dates.
510 (1) The amendments in this bill to the following sections take effect on May 11, 2010:
511 (a) Section 26-49-102 ;
512 (b) Section 63J-5-103 ;
513 (c) Section 63J-7-102 ;
514 (d) Section 63K-4-201 ;
515 (e) Section 63K-4-203 ;
516 (f) Section 63K-4-401 ; and
517 (g) Section 76-8-317 .
518 (2) The enactment of Section 63K-4-406 takes effect on May 11, 2010.
519 (3) The amendments in this bill to the following sections take effect on July 1, 2010:
520 (a) Section 53-2-403 ;
521 (b) Section 53-2-404 ; and
522 (c) Section 53-2-406 .
523 (4) The enactment of uncodified Section 12, Appropriation, takes effect on July 1,
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