The Utah Senate Health and Human Services Standing Committee unanimously passed House Bills 59 and 278 with favorable recommendations on Wednesday.      HB 59 is an amendment to a law that was passed last year that requires first responder agencies in Utah to provide mental health services for first responders, both active and retired, … Read more

The Utah Legislature kicked off the first day of its 65th General Session on Tuesday with the introduction of bills in both the House and Senate. Utah Senator Stuart Adams (R – Layton) and Rep. Brad Wilson (R – Kaysville) were sworn in as leaders of their respective chambers.      “What we do in … Read more