Wednesday, the Utah Legislature approved bills that would impose a sales tax on Internet sales, prohibit some lawmakers from performing outside work and require written permission from a parent for minors to get tattoos or piercings.
A bill aimed at providing equal housing and employment rights to all Utahns, regardless of sexual orientation, is headed to the House floor. SB262 passed through the Economic and Workforce Services Committee Thursday with a vote of 4-3.
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