SALT LAKE CITY — As lawmakers start their third week of the 2019 legislative session, Medicaid enlargement is predicted to dominate dialogue again at the moment with the Senate set to hear the House-accepted model of SB96, which alters the voter-permitted Proposition 3 for full enlargement of the federal program underneath Reasonably priced Care Act tips.
The Home authorised an amended SB96 on Friday amid vocal protests. The Senate opens its flooring session at eleven a.m. with the bill on its concurrence calendar.
Different points expected to be mentioned on the Statehouse in the course of the day embrace:
• The House Schooling Committee is considering HB242 and HJR13, which alter the best way the State Board of Schooling is chosen, by appointment as an alternative of election, in addition to scale back the dimensions of the varsity board. HJR13 would put the modifications on the poll to amend the state constitution to allow for members to be appointed by the governor.
• The Senate Natural Assets, Agriculture and Setting Committee will take a look at SB52, which requires the metering of pressurized secondary water.
• The House Public Utilities, Power and Know-how Committee has HB107 on its agenda, which would amend the Sustainable Transportation and Power Plan Act to broaden the program to incorporate a big-scale natural fuel utility in its objectives for power manufacturing within the state.
This is what happened on Feb. eight, the 12th day of the 2019 session:
- The House voted 56 to 19 in favor of SB96 Friday, the GOP legislative management’s various to the complete Medicaid enlargement authorised by voters that now consists of the potential for reverting again to a lot of Proposition 3.
- A bill that’s been years in the making, aiming to permit driverless automobiles to ply Utah’s highways and byways, earned the unanimous approval of a legislative committee Friday, a primary step toward turning into regulation.
- A invoice to permit candidates to pay for youngster care during marketing campaign occasions passed unanimously in the Senate Friday, with a substitution allowing use throughout legislative duties as properly.