Morning Buzz: March 10, 2014


Now that standing committees are all wrapped up this session, we’re on the floor almost exclusively. Except for an hour break during the elusive Executive Appropriations Committee at 4.

We’ll be working on House bills all day and late into the night. See the list of bills here.

The House Investigation Committee is scheduled to release the final report sometime this week, to make sure all the evidence recovered is included. KUER has more.

Reps in the News

Deseret News: The House passed HB133 keeping Utah’s national parks open in the event that another federal government shut down occurs.

Salt Lake Tribune: Rep. Johnny Anderson’s HB388 allows municipalities to raise their specific sales tax in order to fund transit in their areas.

Deseret News:

Deseret News: The convention center hotel is moving through the Legislature. It passed through a Senate committee on Friday, continuing its prolonged process of getting through the Senate.