Utah State Bulletin, Volume 2015, Number 2 (January 15, 2015)

Notices of Utah State Government
Filed December 16, 2014, 12:00 AM through December 31, 2014, 11:59 PM

Nancy L. Lancaster, Editor
Kenneth A. Hansen, Director
Kimberly K. Hood, Executive Director


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Table of Contents

1. Special Notices

2. Notices of Proposed Rules

  • Administrative Services
    • Facilities Construction and Management
      • No. 39033 (Repeal and Reenact): Rule R23-1. Procurement of Construction
    • Purchasing and General Services
      • No. 39042 (Amendment): Section R33-26-202. Information Technology Equipment
  • Attorney General
    • Administration
      • No. 39032 (Amendment): Rule R105-1. Attorney General's Selection of Outside Counsel, Expert Witnesses and Other Litigation Support Services
  • Capitol Preservation Board (State)
    • Administration
      • No. 39025 (Amendment): Rule R131-2. Capitol Hill Complex Facility Use
  • Commerce
    • Administration
      • No. 39034 (Amendment): Section R151-14-3. Adjudicative Proceedings
    • Occupational and Professional Licensing
      • No. 39018 (Amendment): Rule R156-17b. Pharmacy Practice Act Rule
      • No. 39015 (Amendment): Rule R156-37. Utah Controlled Substances Act Rule
      • No. 39020 (Amendment): Section R156-37f-102. Definitions
  • Environmental Quality
    • Radiation Control
      • No. 39016 (Amendment): Section R313-28-31. General and Administrative Requirements
      • No. 39047 (Amendment): Rule R313-34. Requirements for Irradiators
      • No. 39017 (Amendment): Rule R313-35. Requirements for X-ray Equipment Used for Non-Medical Applications
  • Health
    • Health Care Financing, Coverage and Reimbursement Policy
      • No. 39040 (Amendment): Section R414-1-5. Incorporations by Reference
  • Natural Resources
    • Oil, Gas and Mining; Oil and Gas
      • No. 39028 (Amendment): Rule R649-3. Drilling and Operating Practices
  • Public Safety
    • Driver License
      • No. 39043 (New Rule): Rule R708-51. Mobility Vehicle Permit
    • Criminal Investigations and Technical Services, 911 Committee (Utah)
      • No. 39022 (Amendment): Rule R720-1. Utah 911 Committee
    • Criminal Investigations and Technical Services, Criminal Identification
      • No. 39019 (New Rule): Rule R722-370. Firearm Safety Program
  • Regents (Board Of)
    • Administration
      • No. 39023 (New Rule): Rule R765-611. Veterans Tuition Gap Program
  • Technology Services
    • Administration
      • No. 39026 (Amendment): Rule R895-6. IT Plan Submission Rule for Agencies

3. Notices of Changes in Proposed Rules

  • Environmental Quality
    • Administration
      • No. 38753 (Change in Proposed Rule): Section R305-7-607. Matters Governed by the Radiation Control Act, Title 19, Chapter 3, but not including Section 19-3-109

4. Notices of 120-Day (Emergency) Rules

  • Capitol Preservation Board (State)
    • Administration
      • No. 39024 (Emergency Rule): Rule R131-2. Capitol Hill Complex Facility Use

5. Five-Year Notices of Review and Statements of Continuation

  • Administrative Services
    • Facilities Construction and Management
      • No. 39013 (5-year Review): Rule R23-26. Dispute Resolution
  • Agriculture and Food
    • Plant Industry
      • No. 39045 (5-year Review): Rule R68-20. Utah Organic Standards
  • Capitol Preservation Board (State)
    • Administration
      • No. 39035 (5-year Review): Rule R131-1. Procurement of Architectural and Engineering Services
      • No. 39041 (5-year Review): Rule R131-2. Capitol Hill Complex Facility Use
      • No. 39036 (5-year Review): Rule R131-7. State Capitol Preservation Board Master Planning Policy
      • No. 39037 (5-year Review): Rule R131-8. CPB Facilities and Grounds: Maintenance of Aesthetics
      • No. 39039 (5-year Review): Rule R131-14. Parking on Capitol Hill
  • Commerce
    • Occupational and Professional Licensing
      • No. 39012 (5-year Review): Rule R156-38b. State Construction Registry Rule
  • Environmental Quality
    • Radiation Control
      • No. 39046 (5-year Review): Rule R313-34. Requirements for Irradiators
  • Insurance
    • Administration
      • No. 39044 (5-year Review): Rule R590-88. Prohibited Transactions Between Producers and Unauthorized Multiple Employer Trusts
      • No. 39027 (5-year Review): Rule R590-128. Unfair Discrimination Based on the Failure to Maintain Automobile Insurance. (Revised.)
      • No. 39021 (5-year Review): Rule R590-132. Insurance Treatment of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Infection
  • School and Institutional Trust Lands
    • Administration
      • No. 39014 (5-year Review): Rule R850-10. Expedited Rulemaking

6. Notices of Rule Effective Dates

Additional Information

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For questions about the rulemaking process, please contact the Division of Administrative Rules.