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Utah Emergency Rules in Effect



Utah emergency administrative rules currently in effect. This feed contains a summary of information published in the Utah State Bulletin.



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Rule R661-6. Utah Navajo Trust Fund Higher Education Financial Assistance and Scholarship Program

Fri, 23 Sep 2016 11:48:28 MDT

Navajo Trust Fund, Trustees
No. 40830 (Emergency Rule): Rule R661-6. Utah Navajo Trust Fund Higher Education Financial Assistance and Scholarship Program
SUMMARY: This change revises the procedure to be consistent with revisions proposed to Rule R661-3 to determine residency by individual documentation and approval instead of the current rule requirements of using a Chapter residency committee to determine residency and to determine progenitors.
JUSTIFICATION: Eligible Utah Navajo students are requesting funding as soon as possible, and UNTF is seeking to award these students with college financial assistance and scholarships, but the current requirements call for Utah Navajo Chapters to set up Residency Committees to approve residency and to identify progenitors under the new rule that is in effect as of 09/01/2016, but the Chapters have not set up committees. UNTF is proposing to revise the new rule so that it eliminates the use of outside committees and places the primary responsibility of verifying residency on UNTF, a state agency, so that each applicant's request can be reviewed and approved on an individual basis in much the same way as before under previous UNTF and UNRHF administration.
PUBLISHED/TO BE PUBLISHED: 10/15/2016
CONTACT(S):
- Tony Dayish by telephone at 435-678-1468, by FAX at 435-678-1464, or by E-mail at tdayish@utah.gov
EFFECTIVE DATE: 09/23/2016
EFFECTIVE THROUGH: 01/21/2017 unless otherwise superseded.




Rule R661-3. Utah Navajo Trust Fund Residency Policy

Fri, 23 Sep 2016 11:34:11 MDT

Navajo Trust Fund, Trustees
No. 40829 (Emergency Rule): Rule R661-3. Utah Navajo Trust Fund Residency Policy
SUMMARY: The change revises the procedure to determine residency by individual documentation and approval instead of the current rule requirements of using a Chapter residency committee to determine residency and to determine progenitors.
JUSTIFICATION: Eligible Utah Navajo students are requesting funding as soon as possible, and UNTF is seeking to award these students with college financial assistance and scholarships, but the current requirements call for Utah Navajo Chapters to set up Residency Committees to approve residency and to identify progenitors under the new rule that is in effect as of 09/01/2016, but the Chapters have not set up committees. UNTF is proposing to revise the new rule so that it eliminates the use of outside committees and places the primary responsibility of verifying residency on UNTF, a state agency, so that each applicant's request can be reviewed and approved on an individual basis in much the same way as before under previous UNTF and UNRHF administration.
PUBLISHED/TO BE PUBLISHED: 10/15/2016
CONTACT(S):
- Tony Dayish by telephone at 435-678-1468, by FAX at 435-678-1464, or by E-mail at tdayish@utah.gov
EFFECTIVE DATE: 09/23/2016
EFFECTIVE THROUGH: 01/21/2017 unless otherwise superseded.




Rule R671-201. Original Hearing Schedule and Notice

Thu, 25 Aug 2016 15:04:45 MDT

Pardons (Board Of), Administration
No. 40707 (Emergency Rule): Rule R671-201. Original Hearing Schedule and Notice
SUMMARY: Original hearings for individuals who committed a homicide offense as a minor will be set at less than 15 years. Original hearings for individuals sentenced to three years to life will be scheduled after the service of twelve months as opposed to the previous requirement of three years. (Editor's Note: A corresponding proposed amendment to Rule R671-201 is under Filing No. 40708 in this issue, September 15, 2016, Bulletin.)
JUSTIFICATION: Case law requires a certain standard of review when an individual who is sentenced to life in prison for an offense that was committed when the individual was a minor. If the sentence is three years to life, the Board must conduct the original hearing before the minimum sentence, which is less than three years.
PUBLISHED/TO BE PUBLISHED: 09/15/2016
CONTACT(S):
- Greg Johnson by telephone at 801-261-6454, by FAX at 801-261-6481, or by E-mail at gregjohnson@utah.gov
EFFECTIVE DATE: 08/25/2016
EFFECTIVE THROUGH: 12/23/2016 unless otherwise superseded.