SALT LAKE CITY — A invoice that may criminalize selling or possessing pretend urine to cheat a drug check has cleared its remaining legislative hurdle and is now on its approach to Gov. Gary Herbert’s desk.
The Utah House of Representatives on Friday consented to technical modifications made in the Senate to offer ultimate passage to HB16 on a 57-3 vote with no debate.
The bill’s remaining passage comes after the Home beforehand mentioned the invoice and passed it on to the Senate with a sixty one-eight vote.
The Senate then authorised it with a 26-1 vote, specifying the regulation would not apply to a person presently underneath the supervision of the Board of Pardons and Parole.
If signed by the governor, the invoice will make it an infraction to use synthetic urine to defraud a drug check.
Underneath current Uta regulation, it isn’t unlawful to cheat a drug check or promote supplies for the needs of cheating a drug check.