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12.02.2021
: Senate
Bill Numbered but not Distributed
12.02.2021
: Senate
Numbered Bill Publicly Distributed
16.02.2021
: Senate
received bill from Legislative Research
16.02.2021
introduction, reading-1: Senate
1st reading (Introduced)
16.02.2021
referral-committee: Senate
to Senate Government Operations and Political Subdivisions Committee
18.02.2021
: Senate
Senate Comm - Substitute Recommendation from # 0 to # 1
18.02.2021
committee-passage-favorable: Senate
Senate Comm - Favorable Recommendation
18.02.2021
: Senate
received fiscal note from Fiscal Analyst
18.02.2021
: Senate
comm rpt/substituted
18.02.2021
: Senate
placed on 2nd Reading Calendar
19.02.2021
reading-2: Senate
2nd reading
19.02.2021
: Senate
circled
22.02.2021
: Senate
uncircled
22.02.2021
: Senate
substituted from # 1 to # 2
22.02.2021
reading-2: Senate
passed 2nd reading
23.02.2021
reading-3: Senate
3rd reading
23.02.2021
: Senate
circled
23.02.2021
: Senate
uncircled
23.02.2021
: Senate
floor amendment # 1
23.02.2021
passage: Senate
passed 3rd reading
23.02.2021
: Senate
to House
24.02.2021
: House
received from Senate
24.02.2021
introduction, reading-1: House
1st reading (Introduced)
25.02.2021
referral-committee: House
to House Government Operations Committee
01.03.2021
: Senate
House Comm - Substitute Recommendation from # 2 to # 3
01.03.2021
: Senate
House Comm - Amendment Recommendation # 1
01.03.2021
committee-passage-favorable: Senate
House Comm - Favorable Recommendation
02.03.2021
: House
comm rpt/substituted/amended
02.03.2021
: House
return to Rules due to fiscal impact
02.03.2021
: legislature
fiscal note sent to sponsor
02.03.2021
: legislature
fiscal note publicly available
04.03.2021
: House
Rules to 3rd Reading Calendar
04.03.2021
reading-2: House
2nd reading
04.03.2021
reading-3: House
3rd reading
04.03.2021
: House
substitute adoption failed from # 3 to # 4
04.03.2021
: House
floor amendment # 3
04.03.2021
passage: House
passed 3rd reading
04.03.2021
: House
to Senate
05.03.2021
: Senate
received from House
05.03.2021
: Senate
placed on Concurrence Calendar
05.03.2021
: Senate
concurs with House amendment
05.03.2021
: Senate
to House
05.03.2021
: House
received from Senate
05.03.2021
: House
signed by Speaker/returned to Senate
05.03.2021
: House
to Senate
05.03.2021
: Senate
received from House
05.03.2021
: Senate
signed by President/sent for enrolling
09.03.2021
: Senate
Bill Received from Senate for Enrolling
09.03.2021
: Senate
Draft of Enrolled Bill Prepared
16.03.2021
: Senate
Enrolled Bill Returned to House or Senate
16.03.2021
: Senate
enrolled bill to Printing
17.03.2021
: Senate
received enrolled bill from Printing
17.03.2021
executive-receipt: Senate
to Governor
24.03.2021
executive-signature: executive
Governor Signed
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Change The Scariest Bill Utah Has Ever Seen

Dear ____:

I'm your constituent, and I have an important question for you:

Do you feel that SB195 is actually a bill that reins in the health department?

If so, would you please write me back telling me ...

WHICH part solves the problem of the gross overreach of our governor, and the health departments and labor commission?

WHICH part returns we, the people, our basic human rights and choice?

WHICH part of it is Constitutional?

Please pass a bill that disempowers the terrible legislation of last year. I'm sure if you participated in passing the 28 laws to enable Herbert (now Cox) and the health departments, you didn't imagine that almost a year later, we'd have soaring suicides and suicidal ideation; thousands of businesses shut down for good; financial insecurity for a huge and growing number of Utahns--and no end in sight.

For a virus that 99.98% survive, according to the CDC, if you're 49 and younger. (Why are we destroying school for the kids, and jobs for the adults, in the 49 and younger category? Why can't we come up with better solutions than mayors and councils and governors "declaring" long-term emergencies?)

As your constituent, I need you to be the check and balance on the Executive, which is out of control. That's a major reason we elected you!

Now that Cox has done so much damage, he can't possibly admit he's wrong. So we need YOU to save what's left of Utahns' health, sanity, and ability to provide for our families.

Please stand up for our constitutional right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

Currently we are bound by hundreds of new rules, orders, laws, restrictions; our businesses are "going under" at an unprecedented rate; people who host a party are fined $10,000; our Governor canceled Easter, Thanksgiving, and worship--worst of all, Utahns are losing their jobs or on the brink of it, and our  suicide rate is going through the roof while they cover it up, calling it "accidental drug overdose."

HB195 doesn't help. Please be part of massively revising it so that it ACTUALLY protects the people you're called to serve, rather than codifying long-term emergency.

Lives, livelihoods, and the education of Utah's children depend on you. We NEED you to protect us from Cox. He ran on a platform of "limited government" and "less regulation of schools" and being a "conservative Republican"--and since NONE of that has panned out to be true--we need YOU to step up.

In the next election, we will elect whoever stands up for us. The workforce survives this virus 399 times out of 400, and that even includes all the folks who've had two heart attacks, have been through years of chemo, or who are 100 pounds overweight and diabetic. If this is an emergency, then we have set the precedent for anything and everything to be an emergency.

Thank you,

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