CONTINUING EDUCATION ON FEDERALISM
Amendment 2 February 27, 2014 12:21 PM
Representative Ken Ivory
proposes the following amendments:
1, Lines 9 through 17
This bill requires the Commission on Federalism to create a curriculum for a seminar
on federalism that will then be required for
state and local employees who are
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state and local employees whose job description requires that they
members of the Utah State Bar to attend a seminar on federalism at least once every
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(8) The commission shall develop
for a seminar
on the principles of
presented to every employee of the state or a political subdivision of the state whose job
description requires that the employee be a member of the Utah State Bar
. The curriculum
be available to the general public and
4, Lines 92 through 99
63C-4a-306. Course on federalism required.
(1) As a condition of continued employment, every employee of the state or a political
subdivision of the state whose job description requires that the employee be a member of the
Utah State Bar shall attend a seminar on the principles of federalism.
(2) The seminar shall follow the curriculum developed pursuant to Subsection
(8) and may be online.
(3) Beginning January 1, 2015, each employee who meets the condition in Subsection
(1) shall be required to attend a seminar at least once in a two-year period.
(1) This section shall
apply to employees whose job description requires that the employee be a member of the Utah State
Bar, and who is employed by:
(a) a political subdivision of the state;
(b) an agency of the state;
(c) the Attorney General's office; or
(d) the Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel.
(2) Beginning January 1, 2015, an employing entity listed in Subsection (1) shall designate an
employee to which all questions and inquiries regarding federalism shall be directed. The employee shall
be required to attend a seminar on the principles of federalism developed pursuant to Subsection
63C-4a-303(8) at least once every two-year period.
(3) An employee may complete the requirements of this section by attending a seminar in person
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