It’s week 6 at the state legislative session, and bills are really starting to move. It’s not too late to speak up about issues you care about — in fact this is a prime time to take action. Taking just two minutes to email legislators can make a big difference. Contact legislators today on Utah’s top issues!
Your voice is needed on these bills!
SB 39 Affordable Housing Amendments – This important housing bill would provide critical funding for rental assistance and affordable housing development, but only if the Executive Appropriations Committee approves the funding THIS WEEK.
EXTRA ACTION: The Utah Housing Coalition is seeking organizational support for SB 39. Sign on your organization or business in favor of SB 39 today by clicking here.
HB 207 Insulin Access Amendments – Allows state employees to purchase insulin through a bulk purchasing program to lower overall cost of the drug for certain patients. This bill has passed in a senate committee and moves to a full senate vote.
HB 211 Renter Expenses Disclosure Requirements – Requires transparency through disclosure of all expenses charged to a renter by an owner to ensure the affordability of housing options for renters. Thanks for your actions! This bill has passed in Senate committee and moves to the Senate floor for a vote.
HB 259 Electric Vehicle Charging Network – Creates a state-wide electric vehicle charging network plan to build out charging stations every 50 miles along certain highways by Dec. 2025.
HB 70 Repeal of Single-Mark Straight Ticket Voting – Removes straight ticket party voting and requires voting for the candidates on a ballot individually to update election policy and reduce confusion. This bill passed in Senate committee this morning and moves to a full Senate vote.