SALT LAKE CITY — Debate over nuclear waste is predicted to return to the Capitol on Wednesday as the Senate Natural Assets, Agriculture and Setting Committee takes its first take a look at HB22, which cleared the Home on Tuesday.
The radioactive waste amendments would change how some waste classifications are determined, and critics say, will open up Utah to simply accept depleted uranium, which had been blocked earlier than.
Other issues expected to be mentioned at the Statehouse in the course of the day embrace:
• The House Well being and Human Providers Committee is contemplating HB153, which amends provisions to regulation on permissible modifications to delivery certificates, particularly noting that male or feminine are “the innate and immutable characteristics established at conception” and shouldn’t be changed.
• The Home Schooling Committee is slated to hear HB250 that sets faculty charge tips for boards to enforce.
• The House Public Utilities, Power and Know-how Committee will evaluation HJR19, a joint resolution directing a research of blockchain know-how that includes legislative suggestions relating to the potential advantages and worth of blockchain and potential makes use of in state authorities.
This is what occurred on Feb. 13, the seventeenth day of the 2019 session:
- A Democratic state lawmaker proposed HB331, legislation that may prohibit the import, sale, manufacture and possession of units that modify a semiautomatic weapon to considerably improve the speed at which it fires. The bill would additionally permit police to confiscate bump shares and destroy them.
- Sen. Curt Bramble, R-Provo, proposed SB95, a invoice that aims to require sure health profit plans in Utah to offer protection for behavioral well being remedy for individuals with autism spectrum disorder, regardless of their age and what number of hours of remedy they could want.
- HB324 was launched into the Home of Representatives on Wednesday and positioned within the Rules Committee. The invoice would increase the minimal age for acquiring, possessing, utilizing, offering or furnishing tobacco products, paraphernalia, “and underneath certain circumstances, digital smoking units” from 19 to twenty then to 21 years of age over time.