This document includes Senate 2nd Reading Floor Amendments incorporated into the bill on Wed, Mar 13, 2019 at 4:16 PM by lpoole.
Senator Ann Millner proposes the following substitute bill:




Chief Sponsor: Steve Eliason

Senate Sponsor: Ann Millner

6     Cosponsors:
7     Karen Kwan
Mike Winder


10     General Description:
11          This bill amends provisions related to student support and health services.
12     Highlighted Provisions:
13          This bill:
14          ▸     defines terms;
15          ▸     changes the name of the School Safety and Crisis Line to the SafeUT Crisis Line;
16          ▸     amends provisions related to the SafeUT Crisis Line and the SafeUT and School
17     Safety Commission, including provisions related to the University Neuropsychiatric
18     Institute charging a fee for the use of the SafeUT Crisis Line;
19          ▸     repeals a grant program related to the SafeUT Crisis Line;
20          ▸     amends provisions related to mobile crisis outreach teams;
21          ▸     authorizes the State Board of Education (board) to distribute money to local
22     education agencies (LEAs) for personnel who provide school-based mental health
23     support;
24          ▸     requires the board to establish a formula for distribution of money to LEAs;

25          ▸     enacts requirements on LEAs to receive money;
26           ▸     requires the board to make rules related to money for the personnel;
27          ▸     requires the Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health to coordinate and
28     make recommendations with the board and the Department of Health related to
29     Medicaid reimbursement for school-based health services;
30          ▸     enacts other provisions related to student mental health support; and
31          ▸     makes technical and conforming changes.
32     Money Appropriated in this Bill:
33          This bill appropriates in fiscal year 2020:
34          ▸     to the State Board of Education - Minimum School Program - Related to Basic
35     School Programs - Student Health and Counseling Support Program, as an ongoing
36     appropriation:
37               •     from the Education Fund, Ŝ→ [
$6,000,000] $26,000,000 ←Ŝ ;
38          ▸     to the State Board of Education - Minimum School Program - Related to Basic
39     School Programs - Student Health and Counseling Support Program, as a one-time
40     appropriation:
41               •     from the Education Fund, One-time, Ŝ→ [
$10,000,000] ($10,000,000) ←Ŝ ;
42          ▸     to the Department of Human Services - Division of Substance Abuse and Mental
43     Health - Community Mental Health Services, as an ongoing appropriation:
44               •     from the General Fund, ($500,000); and
45          ▸     to the University of Utah - SafeUT Crisis Text and Tip Line - SafeUT Operations,
46     as an ongoing appropriation:
47               •     from the Education Fund, $1,770,000.
48     Other Special Clauses:
49          This bill provides coordination clauses.
50     Utah Code Sections Affected:
51     AMENDS:
52          53F-2-519, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2018, Chapter 396 and renumbered and
53     amended by Laws of Utah 2018, Chapter 107
54          53G-8-202, as renumbered and amended by Laws of Utah 2018, Chapter 3
55          53G-8-203, as renumbered and amended by Laws of Utah 2018, Chapter 3

56          53G-9-703, as renumbered and amended by Laws of Utah 2018, Chapter 3
57          62A-15-116, as enacted by Laws of Utah 2018, Chapter 414
58     ENACTS:
59          53F-2-415, Utah Code Annotated 1953
60          62A-15-117, Utah Code Annotated 1953
62          53B-17-1201, (Renumbered from 53E-10-501, as renumbered and amended by Laws of
63     Utah 2018, Chapter 1)
64          53B-17-1202, (Renumbered from 53E-10-502, as renumbered and amended by Laws of
65     Utah 2018, Chapter 1)
66          53B-17-1203, (Renumbered from 53E-10-503, as renumbered and amended by Laws of
67     Utah 2018, Chapter 1)
68          53B-17-1204, (Renumbered from 53E-10-504, as renumbered and amended by Laws of
69     Utah 2018, Chapter 1)
70     REPEALS:
71          53E-10-505, as renumbered and amended by Laws of Utah 2018, Chapter 1
72          53E-10-506, as enacted by Laws of Utah 2018, Chapter 414
73     Utah Code Sections Affected by Coordination Clause:
74          53B-17-1203, Utah Code Annotated 1953
75          53B-17-1204, Utah Code Annotated 1953
76          53E-1-201, as enacted by Laws of Utah 2018, Chapter 1

78     Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state of Utah:
79          Section 1. Section 53B-17-1201, which is renumbered from Section 53E-10-501 is
80     renumbered and amended to read:
81          [53E-10-501].      53B-17-1201. Definitions.
82          As used in this part:
83          (1) "Commission" means the SafeUT and School Safety [and Crisis Line] Commission
84     established in Section [53E-10-503] 53B-17-1203.
85          (2) "University Neuropsychiatric Institute" means the mental health and substance
86     abuse treatment institute within the University of Utah Hospitals and Clinics.

87          Section 2. Section 53B-17-1202, which is renumbered from Section 53E-10-502 is
88     renumbered and amended to read:
89          [53E-10-502].      53B-17-1202. SafeUT Crisis Line established.
90          The University Neuropsychiatric Institute shall:
91          (1) establish a [School Safety and] SafeUT Crisis Line to provide:
92          (a) a means for an individual to anonymously report:
93          (i) unsafe, violent, or criminal activities, or the threat of such activities at or near a
94     public school;
95          (ii) incidents of bullying, cyber-bullying, harassment, or hazing; and
96          (iii) incidents of physical or sexual abuse committed by a school employee or school
97     volunteer; and
98          (b) crisis intervention, including suicide prevention, to individuals experiencing
99     emotional distress or psychiatric crisis;
100          (2) provide the services described in Subsection (1) 24 hours a day, seven days a week;
101     and
102          (3) when necessary, or as required by law, promptly forward a report received under
103     Subsection (1)(a) to appropriate:
104          (a) school officials; and
105          (b) law enforcement officials.
106          Section 3. Section 53B-17-1203, which is renumbered from Section 53E-10-503 is
107     renumbered and amended to read:
108          [53E-10-503].      53B-17-1203. SafeUT and School Safety Commission
109     established -- Members.
110          (1) There is created the SafeUT and School Safety [and Crisis Line] Commission
111     composed of the following members:
112          (a) one member who represents the Office of the Attorney General, appointed by the
113     attorney general;
114          (b) one member who represents the Utah public education system, appointed by the
115     State Board of Education;
116          (c) one member who represents the Utah System of Higher Education, appointed by the
117     State Board of Regents;

118          (d) one member who represents the Utah Department of Health, appointed by the
119     executive director of the Department of Health;
120          (e) one member of the House of Representatives, appointed by the speaker of the
121     House of Representatives;
122          (f) one member of the Senate, appointed by the president of the Senate;
123          (g) one member who represents the University Neuropsychiatric Institute, appointed by
124     the chair of the commission;
125          (h) one member who represents law enforcement who has extensive experience in
126     emergency response, appointed by the chair of the commission;
127          (i) one member who represents the Utah Department of Human Services who has
128     experience in youth services or treatment services, appointed by the executive director of the
129     Department of Human Services; and
130          (j) two members of the public, appointed by the chair of the commission.
131          (2) (a) Except as provided in Subsection (2)(b), members of the commission shall be
132     appointed to four-year terms.
133          (b) The length of the terms of the members shall be staggered so that approximately
134     half of the committee is appointed every two years.
135          (c) When a vacancy occurs in the membership of the commission, the replacement
136     shall be appointed for the unexpired term.
137          (3) (a) The attorney general's designee shall serve as chair of the commission.
138          (b) The chair shall set the agenda for commission meetings.
139          (4) Attendance of a simple majority of the members constitutes a quorum for the
140     transaction of official commission business.
141          (5) Formal action by the commission requires a majority vote of a quorum.
142          (6) (a) Except as provided in Subsection (6)(b), a member may not receive
143     compensation, benefits, per diem, or travel expenses for the member's service.
144          (b) Compensation and expenses of a member who is a legislator are governed by
145     Section 36-2-2 and Legislative Joint Rules, Title 5, Legislative Compensation and Expenses.
146          (7) The Office of the Attorney General shall provide staff support to the commission.
147          Section 4. Section 53B-17-1204, which is renumbered from Section 53E-10-504 is
148     renumbered and amended to read:

149          [53E-10-504].      53B-17-1204. SafeUT and School Safety Commission duties
150     -- LEA governing board duties -- Fees.
151          (1) As used in this section:
152          (a) "LEA governing board" means:
153          (i) for a school district, the local school board;
154          (ii) for a charter school, the charter school governing board; or
155          (iii) for the Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind, the State Board of Education.
156          (b) "Local education agency" or "LEA" means:
157          (i) a school district;
158          (ii) a charter school; or
159          (iii) the Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind.
160          (2) The commission shall coordinate:
161          [(1)] (a) statewide efforts related to the [School Safety and] SafeUT Crisis Line; and
162          [(2)] (b) with the State Board of Education and the State Board of Regents to promote
163     awareness of the services available through the [School Safety and] SafeUT Crisis Line.
164          (3) An LEA governing board shall inform students, parents, and school personnel
165     about the SafeUT Crisis Line.
166          (4) (a) Except as provided in Subsection (4)(b), the University Neuropsychiatric
167     Institute may charge a fee to an institution of higher education or other entity for the use of the
168     SafeUT Crisis Line in accordance with the method described in Subsection (4)(c).
169          (b) The University Neuropsychiatric Institute may not charge a fee to the State Board
170     of Education or a local education agency for the use of the SafeUT Crisis Line.
171          (c) The commission shall establish a standard method for charging a fee described in
172     Subsection (4)(a).
173          Section 5. Section 53F-2-415 is enacted to read:
174          53F-2-415. Student health and counseling support -- Qualifying personnel --
175     Distribution formula -- Rulemaking.
176          (1) As used in this section, "qualifying personnel" means a school counselor or other
177     counselor, school psychologist or other psychologist, school social worker or other social
178     worker, or school nurse who:
179          (a) is licensed; and

180          (b) collaborates with educators and a student's parent on:
181          (i) early identification and intervention of the student's academic and mental health
182     needs; and
183          (ii) removing barriers to learning and developing skills and behaviors critical for the
184     student's academic achievement.
185          (2) (a) Subject to legislative appropriations, and in accordance with Subsection (2)(b),
186     the state board shall distribute money appropriated under this section to LEAs to provide in a
187     school targeted school-based mental health support, including clinical services and
188     trauma-informed care, through employing or entering into contracts for services provided by
189     qualifying personnel.
190          (b) (i) The state board shall, after consulting with LEA governing boards, develop a
191     formula to distribute money appropriated under this section to LEAs.
192          (ii) The state board shall ensure that the formula described in Subsection (2)(b)(i)
193     incentivizes an LEA to provide school-based mental health support in collaboration with the
194     local mental health authority of the county in which the LEA is located.
195          (3) To qualify for money under this section, an LEA shall submit to the state board a
196     plan that includes:
197          (a) measurable goals approved by the LEA governing board on improving student
198     safety, student engagement, school culture, or academic achievement;
199          (b) how the LEA intends to meet the goals described in Subsection (3)(a) through the
200     use of the money;
201          (c) how the LEA is meeting the requirements related to parent education described in
202     Section 53G-9-703; and
203          (d) whether the LEA intends to provide school-based mental health support in
204     collaboration with the local mental health authority of the county in which the LEA is located.
205          (4) The state board shall distribute money appropriated under this section to an LEA
206     that qualifies under Subsection (3):
207          (a) based on the formula described in Subsection (2)(b); and
208          (b) in an amount of money that the LEA equally matches using local or unrestricted
209     state money.
210          (5) An LEA may not use money distributed by the state board under this section to

211     supplant federal, state, or local money previously allocated to employ or enter into contracts for
212     services provided by qualified personnel.
213          (6) The state board shall make rules that establish:
214          (a) procedures for submitting a plan for and distributing money under this section;
215          (b) the formula the state board will use to distribute money to LEAs described in
216     Subsection (2)(b); and
217          (c) in accordance with Subsection (7), annual reporting requirements for an LEA that
218     receives money under this section.
219          (7) An LEA that receives money under this section shall submit an annual report to the
220     state board, including:
221          (a) progress toward achieving the goals submitted under Subsection (3)(a);
222          (b) if the LEA discontinues a qualifying personnel position, the LEA's reason for
223     discontinuing the position; and
224          (c) how the LEA, in providing school-based mental health support, complies with the
225     provisions of Section 53E-9-203.
226          (8) Beginning on or before July 1, 2019, the state board shall provide training that
227     instructs school personnel on the impact of childhood trauma on student learning, including
228     information advising educators against practicing medicine, giving a diagnosis, or providing
229     treatment.
230          (9) The state board may use up to 2% of an appropriation under this section for costs
231     related to the administration of the provisions of this section.
232          (10) Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, money appropriated under this
233     section may be used, as determined by the state board, for:
234          (a) the SafeUT Crisis Line described in Section 53B-17-1202; or
235          (b) youth suicide prevention programs described in Section 53G-9-702.
236          Section 6. Section 53F-2-519 is amended to read:
237          53F-2-519. Appropriation for school nurses.
238          (1) The State Board of Education shall distribute money appropriated for school nurses
239     to award grants to school districts and charter schools that:
240          (a) provide an equal amount of matching funds; and
241          (b) do not supplant other money used for school nurses.

242          (2) (a) A school district or charter school that is awarded a grant under this section
243     shall require each school nurse employed by the school district or charter school to complete
244     two hours of continuing nurse education on the emotional and mental health of students.
245          (b) The continuing nurse education described in Subsection (2)(a) shall include training
246     on:
247          (i) the awareness of, screening for, and triaging to appropriate treatment for mental
248     health problems;
249          (ii) trauma-informed care;
250          (iii) signs of mental illness;
251          (iv) alcohol and substance abuse;
252          (v) response to acute mental health crises; and
253          (vi) suicide prevention, including information about the 24-hour availability of the
254     [School Safety and] SafeUT Crisis Line established under Section [53E-10-502] 53B-17-1202.
255          Section 7. Section 53G-8-202 is amended to read:
256          53G-8-202. Public school discipline policies -- Basis of the policies --
257     Enforcement.
258          (1) The Legislature recognizes that every student in the public schools should have the
259     opportunity to learn in an environment which is safe, conducive to the learning process, and
260     free from unnecessary disruption.
261          (2) (a) To foster such an environment, each local school board or governing board of a
262     charter school, with input from school employees, parents and guardians of students, students,
263     and the community at large, shall adopt conduct and discipline policies for the public schools
264     in accordance with Section 53G-8-211.
265          (b) A district or charter school shall base its policies on the principle that every student
266     is expected:
267          (i) to follow accepted rules of conduct; and
268          (ii) to show respect for other people and to obey persons in authority at the school.
269          (c) (i) On or before September 1, 2015, the State Board of Education shall revise the
270     conduct and discipline policy models for elementary and secondary public schools to include
271     procedures for responding to reports received through the [School Safety and] SafeUT Crisis
272     Line under Subsection [53E-10-502] 53B-17-1202(3).

273          (ii) Each district or charter school shall use the models, where appropriate, in
274     developing its conduct and discipline policies under this chapter.
275          (d) The policies shall emphasize that certain behavior, most particularly behavior
276     which disrupts, is unacceptable and may result in disciplinary action.
277          (3) The local superintendent and designated employees of the district or charter school
278     shall enforce the policies so that students demonstrating unacceptable behavior and their
279     parents or guardians understand that such behavior will not be tolerated and will be dealt with
280     in accordance with the district's conduct and discipline policies.
281          Section 8. Section 53G-8-203 is amended to read:
282          53G-8-203. Conduct and discipline policies and procedures.
283          (1) The conduct and discipline policies required under Section 53G-8-202 shall
284     include:
285          (a) provisions governing student conduct, safety, and welfare;
286          (b) standards and procedures for dealing with students who cause disruption in the
287     classroom, on school grounds, on school vehicles, or in connection with school-related
288     activities or events;
289          (c) procedures for the development of remedial discipline plans for students who cause
290     a disruption at any of the places referred to in Subsection (1)(b);
291          (d) procedures for the use of reasonable and necessary physical restraint in dealing with
292     students posing a danger to themselves or others, consistent with Section 53G-8-302;
293          (e) standards and procedures for dealing with student conduct in locations other than
294     those referred to in Subsection (1)(b), if the conduct threatens harm or does harm to:
295          (i) the school;
296          (ii) school property;
297          (iii) a person associated with the school; or
298          (iv) property associated with a person described in Subsection (1)(e)(iii);
299          (f) procedures for the imposition of disciplinary sanctions, including suspension and
300     expulsion;
301          (g) specific provisions, consistent with Section 53E-3-509, for preventing and
302     responding to gang-related activities in the school, on school grounds, on school vehicles, or in
303     connection with school-related activities or events;

304          (h) standards and procedures for dealing with habitual disruptive or unsafe student
305     behavior in accordance with the provisions of this part; and
306          (i) procedures for responding to reports received through the [School Safety and]
307     SafeUT Crisis Line under Subsection [53E-10-502] 53B-17-1202(3).
308          (2) (a) Each local school board shall establish a policy on detaining students after
309     regular school hours as a part of the district-wide discipline plan required under Section
310     53G-8-202.
311          (b) (i) The policy described in Subsection (2)(a) shall apply to elementary school
312     students, grades kindergarten through six.
313          (ii) The board shall receive input from teachers, school administrators, and parents and
314     guardians of the affected students before adopting the policy.
315          (c) The policy described in Subsection (2)(a) shall provide for:
316          (i) notice to the parent or guardian of a student prior to holding the student after school
317     on a particular day; and
318          (ii) exceptions to the notice provision if detention is necessary for the student's health
319     or safety.
320          Section 9. Section 53G-9-703 is amended to read:
321          53G-9-703. Parent education -- Mental health -- Bullying -- Safety.
322          (1) (a) Except as provided in Subsection (4), a school district shall offer a seminar for
323     parents of students in the school district that:
324          (i) is offered at no cost to parents;
325          (ii) begins at or after 6 p.m.;
326          (iii) is held in at least one school located in the school district; and
327          (iv) covers the topics described in Subsection (2).
328          (b) (i) A school district shall annually offer one parent seminar for each 11,000
329     students enrolled in the school district.
330          (ii) Notwithstanding Subsection (1)(b)(i), a school district may not be required to offer
331     more than three seminars.
332          (c) A school district may:
333          (i) develop its own curriculum for the seminar described in Subsection (1)(a); or
334          (ii) use the curriculum developed by the State Board of Education under Subsection

335     (2).
336          (d) A school district shall notify each charter school located in the attendance
337     boundaries of the school district of the date and time of a parent seminar, so the charter school
338     may inform parents of the seminar.
339          (2) The State Board of Education shall:
340          (a) develop a curriculum for the parent seminar described in Subsection (1) that
341     includes information on:
342          (i) substance abuse, including illegal drugs and prescription drugs and prevention;
343          (ii) bullying;
344          (iii) mental health, depression, suicide awareness, and suicide prevention, including
345     education on limiting access to fatal means;
346          (iv) Internet safety, including pornography addiction; and
347          (v) the [School Safety and] SafeUT Crisis Line established in Section [53E-10-502]
348     53B-17-1202; and
349          (b) provide the curriculum, including resources and training, to school districts upon
350     request.
351          (3) The State Board of Education shall report to the Legislature's Education Interim
352     Committee, by the October 2015 meeting, on:
353          (a) the progress of implementation of the parent seminar;
354          (b) the number of parent seminars conducted in each school district;
355          (c) the estimated attendance reported by each school district;
356          (d) a recommendation of whether to continue the parent seminar program; and
357          (e) if a local school board has opted out of providing the parent seminar, as described
358     in Subsection (4), the reasons why a local school board opted out.
359          (4) (a) A school district is not required to offer the parent seminar if the local school
360     board determines that the topics described in Subsection (2) are not of significant interest or
361     value to families in the school district.
362          (b) If a local school board chooses not to offer the parent seminar, the local school
363     board shall notify the State Board of Education and provide the reasons why the local school
364     board chose not to offer the parent seminar.
365          Section 10. Section 62A-15-116 is amended to read:

366          62A-15-116. Mobile crisis outreach team expansion.
367          (1) In consultation with the [Crisis Line] Mental Health Crisis Line Commission,
368     established in Section [53E-10-503] 63C-18-202, the division shall award grants for the
369     development of five mobile crisis outreach teams:
370          (a) (i) in counties of the second, third, fourth, fifth, or sixth class; or
371          (ii) in counties of the first class, if no more than two mobile crisis outreach teams are
372     operating or have been awarded a grant to operate in the county; and
373          (b) to provide mental health crisis services 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, and
374     every day of the year.
375          (2) The division shall prioritize the award of a grant described in Subsection (1) to
376     entities, based on:
377          (a) the number of individuals the proposed mobile crisis outreach team will serve; and
378          (b) the percentage of matching funds the entity will provide to develop the proposed
379     mobile crisis outreach team.
380          (3) An entity does not need to have resources already in place to be awarded a grant
381     described in Subsection (1).
382          (4) In consultation with the [Crisis Line] Mental Health Crisis Line Commission,
383     established in Section [53E-10-503] 63C-18-202, the division shall make rules, in accordance
384     with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act, for the application and award
385     of the grants described in Subsection (1).
386          Section 11. Section 62A-15-117 is enacted to read:
387          62A-15-117. Medicaid reimbursement for school-based health services -- Report
388     to Legislature.
389          (1) As used in this section, "individualized education program" or "IEP" means a
390     written statement for a student with a disability that is developed, reviewed, and revised in
391     accordance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, 20 U.S.C. Sec. 1400 et seq.
392          (2) The division shall coordinate with the State Board of Education, the Department of
393     Health, and stakeholders to address and develop recommendations related to:
394          (a) the expansion of Medicaid reimbursement for school-based health services,
395     including how to expand Medicaid-eligible school-based services beyond the services for
396     students with IEPs; and

397          (b) other areas concerning Medicaid reimbursement for school-based health services,
398     including the time threshold for medically necessary IEP services.
399          (3) The division, the State Board of Education, and the Department of Health shall
400     jointly report the recommendations described in Subsection (2) to the Education Interim
401     Committee on or before August 15, 2019.
402          Section 12. Repealer.
403          This bill repeals:
404          Section 53E-10-505, State Board of Education and local boards of education to
405     update policies and promote awareness.
406          Section 53E-10-506, Higher education implementation of School Safety and Crisis
407     Line.
408          Section 13. Appropriation.
409          The following sums of money are appropriated for the fiscal year beginning July 1,
410     2019, and ending June 30, 2020. These are additions to amounts previously appropriated for
411     fiscal year 2020. Under the terms and conditions of Title 63J, Chapter 1, Budgetary Procedures
412     Act, the Legislature appropriates the following sums of money from the funds or accounts
413     indicated for the use and support of the government of the state of Utah.
414     ITEM 1
415          To State Board of Education - Minimum School Program - Related to Basic School
416          Programs
417               From Education Fund Ŝ→ [
$6,000,000] $26,000,000 ←Ŝ

418               From Education Fund, One-time Ŝ→ [
$10,000,000] ($10,000,000) ←Ŝ

419               Schedule of Programs:
420                    Student Health and Counseling
421                     Support Program                    $16,000,000
422          The Legislature intends that the State Board of Education use the appropriation
423     provided under this item for the purposes described in Section 53F-2-415.
424     ITEM 2
425          To Department of Human Services - Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health
426               From General Fund

427               Schedule of Programs:

428                    Community Mental Health Services          ($500,000)
429     ITEM 3
430          To University of Utah - SafeUT Crisis Text and Tip Line
431               From Education Fund

432               Schedule of Programs:
433                    SafeUT Operations                    $1,770,000
434          Section 14. Coordinating H.B. 373 with S.B. 14 -- Substantive language.
435          If this H.B. 373 and S.B. 14, Education Reporting Requirements, both pass and become
436     law, it is the intent of the Legislature that the Office of Legislative Research and General
437     Counsel prepare the Utah Code database for publication by:
438          (1) inserting the following language as a new Subsection 53E-1-201(2)(j):
439          "(j) the report described in Section 62A-15-117 by the Division of Substance Abuse
440     and Mental Health, the State Board of Education, and the Department of Health regarding
441     recommendations related to Medicaid reimbursement for school-based health services;"; and
442          (2) renumbering remaining subsections accordingly.
443          Section 15. Coordinating H.B. 373 with H.B. 27 -- Superseding technical and
444     substantive amendments.
445          If this H.B. 373 and H.B. 27, Public Education Definitions Amendments, both pass and
446     become law, it is the intent of the Legislature that when the Office of Legislative Research and
447     General Counsel prepares the Utah Code database for publication:
448          (1) Section 53B-17-1203 in this bill supersedes Section 53E-10-503 in H.B. 27; and
449          (2) Section 53B-17-1204 in this bill supersedes Section 53E-10-504 in H.B. 27.