UTAH BEATS THE CHIP – HB 234 passes to Governor’s desk

Posted: March 9, 2010 in HB 234, Real ID Act, Repeal Travel ID


Utah’s bill to opt out of the Real ID Act , HB 234, has passed both chambers of the State legislature and is now on the way to the Governor’s desk today. The bill was signed by the Senate President late afternoon.
Rep. Stephen Sandstrom, author of the bill, introduced HB 234 at the beginning of the Utah legislative session. He then watched it rocket through the local legislature after mounting public outcry over decisions to move forward with implementation of Real ID regulations for drivers licenses.
  1. Anonymous says:

    H.B 234 substitute allows some of the provisions of REAL ID to be implemented. See lines 27-30 of the bill that passed.http://le.utah.gov/~2010/bills/hbillamd/hb0234s01.htm

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