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2019 Insurance Related Legislation

The following bills were filed during the 2019 General Legislative Session. Each bill number links to the most recent version of the bill. The bills that pass will take effect May 14, 2019, unless specified otherwise within the bill. Bills not passed are stricken.

The following may not be an all-inclusive list of insurance-related bills passed during the 2019 Legislature.

For more information about the Legislature and the legislative process, visit the Utah State Legislature Web Site.

HOUSE BILLS

  • HB 19: Pretrial Release Amendments
  • HB 40: Amendments to Criminal Provisions
  • HB 52: Remote Notarization Standards
  • HB 55: Insurance Amendments (Dept’s Bill) — Summary
  • HB 101: Autonomous Vehicle Regulations
  • HB 106: Medical Cannabis Modifications
  • HB 121: End of Life Prescription Provisions
  • HB 136: Abortion Amendments
  • HB 147: Physical Certification Amendments
  • HB 178: Transparency Website Amendments
  • HB 194: Uninsured Motorist Amendments
  • HB 267: Prescription Drug Importation Program
  • HB 322: Title Insurance Amendments
  • HB 368: Health Insurance Athletic Trainer Services Amendments
  • HB 370: Pharmacy Benefit Manager Amendments
  • HB 378: Regulatory Sandbox
  • HB 435: Undiagnosed Children Insurance Coverage Amendments
  • HB 441: Tax Equalization and Reduction Act

SENATE BILLS

  • SB 24: State Energy Policy Amendments
  • SB 39: Assisted Outpatient Treatment for Mental Illness
  • SB 53: Uniform Guardianship, Conservatorship, and Other Protective Arrangements Act
  • SB 70: Unclaimed Property Amendments
  • SB 95: Autism Amendments
  • SB 106: Mental Health Services in Schools
  • SB 121: Controlled Business in Title Insurance Repeal
  • SB 190: Rental Car Amendments
  • SB 203: Physician Assistant Amendments
  • SB 213: Blockchain Technology Act
  • SB 223: Pharmaceutical Entity Transparency Act
  • SB 241: Treatment Medication Amendments
  • SB 264: Medical Treatment Authorization Amendments
  • SB 265: Truth in Health Care Costs

JOINT RESOLUTIONS

  • None

CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS

  • None