On Friday, Feb. 17, the Utah House passed House Bill 422, a bill that would raise the threshold to enact a ballot measure from 50% to 60% if the measure increases taxes.
On Tuesday, Utah Gov. Spencer Cox (R) signed numerous new bills into law, including one focused on “election security.”
On March 17, a lawsuit was filed against Utah’s new congressional map passed after the release of 2020 census data.
Utah Republicans have introduced a bill that touches on several different parts of the voting process, limiting options for Utahns and reversing the state’s longstanding mail-in voting policy.
Today, the Utah Legislature approved a new congressional map, raising complaints that the Legislature ignored the input of an independent commission.
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