This Week at Rules – April 28, 2021

Brody Mangum Public News, This Week at Rules

This week at Rules, we’re introducing a new subscription service.

Front Page Focus

This week, we’re taking a look at the Title R277, Education. R277 looks at educator licensing, school fees, enrollment information, and other things Utah schools.

We’re also looking at all current rules as seen through the new eRules service as well as the recently updated Codification Segue.

New Subscription Service

We’re thrilled to introduce the new, easy, and fast way to subscribe to the various publications from the Office of Administrative Rules.

Starting today, we’re rolling out new mailing list subscriptions that will directly send emails upon the release of new issues of the Utah State Bulletin, Utah State Digest, and our RulesNews blog. To subscribe, simply visit the Subscriptions page, enter a valid email address, and choose which publications you’d like to receive notifications on. Below, we’ve answered a couple of common questions about this new service:

How am I alerted to new issues or versions?

First, you’ll need to subscribe to receive email alerts. Visit the Utah State Digest, Utah State Bulletin, or Subscription pages to sign up. When a new issue of your desired subscription is published, you’ll receive an email notification. You’ll want to add the following email addresses to your contact list to ensure any emails don’t end up in the spam folder:

What if I’m interested in another publication not listed above?

If there’s another publication you’d like to see have a subscription service, contact us here.

What if I have a pre-existing Utah State Digest subscription?

That hasn’t changed at all. You’ll still be on the same mailing list and won’t see any difference to your active subscription.

How do I find the new subscription pages?

We have a general Subscriptions page where all available subscriptions are listed. Individual publication pages also have subscription information, typically at the bottom of the page. Finally, the home page contains a link to the Subscription page.

How do I remove myself from a subscription?

Click the unsubscribe link at the bottom of any email to send us a message. Alternatively, use our contact us form to request a removal.

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