Utah State Bulletin, Volume 2018, Number 22 (November 15, 2018)

Notices of Utah State Government
Filed October 16, 2018, 12:00 AM through November 1, 2018, 11:59 PM

Nancy L. Lancaster, Managing Editor


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Table of Contents

1. Special Notices

2. Executive Documents

3. Notices of Proposed Rules

  • Alcoholic Beverage Control
    • Administration
      • No. 43336 (Amendment): Section R81-1-11. Multiple-Licensed Facility Storage and Service
      • No. 43337 (Repeal): Section R81-1-24. Responsible Alcohol Service Plan
      • No. 43338 (Amendment): Section R81-1-25. Sexually Oriented Entertainers and Stage Approvals
      • No. 43339 (Amendment): Section R81-1-27. Label Approvals
      • No. 43340 (Amendment): Section R81-4-4. Verification of Proof of Age by Applicable Licensees
      • No. 43341 (Amendment): Rule R81-4A. Restaurant Liquor Licenses
      • No. 43342 (Amendment): Rule R81-4C. Limited Restaurant Licenses
      • No. 43344 (Amendment): Rule R81-4E. Resort Licenses
      • No. 43345 (Amendment): Rule R81-5. Club Licenses
      • No. 43348 (Amendment): Rule R81-10. Off-Premise Beer Retailers
      • No. 43346 (Amendment): Section R81-10A-2. Licensing
      • No. 43343 (Amendment): Rule R81-10C. Beer-Only Restaurant Licenses
      • No. 43347 (Amendment): Section R81-10D-6. Age Verification - Taverns
  • Commerce
    • Occupational and Professional Licensing
      • No. 43334 (Amendment): Rule R156-17b. Pharmacy Practice Act Rule
      • No. 43333 (Amendment): Section R156-37-602. Records
      • No. 43353 (Amendment): Rule R156-37f. Controlled Substance Database Act Rule
      • No. 43279 (Amendment): Rule R156-55a. Utah Construction Trades Licensing Act Rule
      • No. 43318 (Amendment): Rule R156-63a. Security Personnel Licensing Act Contract Security Rule
      • No. 43319 (Amendment): Rule R156-63b. Security Personnel Licensing Act Armored Car Rule
  • Governor
    • Economic Development
      • No. 43335 (New Rule): Rule R357-3. Economic Development Tax Increment Financing Rule
      • No. 43350 (Amendment): Rule R357-15. Enterprise Zone Tax Credit
  • Health
    • Health Care Financing, Coverage and Reimbursement Policy
      • No. 43331 (Amendment): Section R414-504-3. Principles of Facility Case Mix Rates and Other Payments
      • No. 43332 (New Rule): Rule R414-520. Admission Criteria for Medically Complex Children's Waiver
      • No. 43352 (New Rule): Rule R414-521. Accountable Care Organization Hospital Report
    • Family Health and Preparedness, Emergency Medical Services
      • No. 43321 (Amendment): Rule R426-9. Trauma and EMS System Facility Designations
  • Human Services
    • Administration, Administrative Services, Licensing
      • No. 43330 (Amendment): Rule R501-1. General Provisions for Licensing
    • Child and Family Services
      • No. 43322 (Amendment): Rule R512-43. Adoption Assistance
      • No. 43325 (Amendment): Rule R512-306. Out-of-Home Services, Transition to Adult Living Services, Education and Training Voucher Program
  • Insurance
    • Administration
      • No. 43281 (New Rule): Rule R590-278. Consent Requests Under 18 USC 1033(e)(2)
      • No. 43282 (New Rule): Rule R590-279. Rule Designating Fraud Division Offices as a Secured Area
  • Labor Commission
    • Industrial Accidents
      • No. 43351 (Amendment): Rule R612-300. Workers' Compensation Rules - Medical Care
  • Natural Resources
    • Wildlife Resources
      • No. 43328 (Amendment): Rule R657-48. Wildlife Species of Concern and Habitat Designation Advisory Committee
  • Public Safety
    • Driver License
      • No. 43326 (New Rule): Rule R708-52. Air Pollution Mitigation Education Program
    • Fire Marshal
      • No. 43354 (New Rule): Rule R710-15. Seizure and Disposal of Fireworks, Class A Explosives, and Class B Explosives
  • Public Service Commission
    • Administration
      • No. 43324 (Amendment): Rule R746-8. Utah Universal Public Telecommunications Service Support Fund (UUSF)
      • No. 43329 (New Rule): Rule R746-450. Procedural and Informational Requirements for Solar Resource Solicitations and Acquisitions

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

  • Commerce
    • Consumer Protection
      • No. 43280 (5-year Review): Rule R152-21. Credit Services Organizations Act Rule
  • Human Services
    • Child and Family Services
      • No. 43320 (5-year Review): Rule R512-306. Out-of-Home Services, Transition to Adult Living Services, Education and Training Voucher Program
  • Insurance
    • Administration
      • No. 43323 (5-year Review): Rule R590-267. Personal Injury Protection Relative Value Study Rule

5. Notices of Rule Effective Dates

Additional Information

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