Utah Legislative Wrap-Up 2021

In what might be the weirdest legislative session on record, conducted in the midst of a global pandemic, the Utah Legislature met to conduct the state’s business and has now concluded their efforts! Want to know what happened at Utah’s Capitol behind the tight security, masks, and plexiglass barriers? Well, jump on WebEx – no mask, hand sanitizer, or COVID test required – to learn from the H&H Government Affairs team what you need to know about the bills that passed during the legislative session. They sported masks, washed their hands obsessively, and endured twice-weekly nasal COVID tests to be part of the action and shaping of bills.
 
Among the many topics discussed over the last 45 days are:

  • Changes in Utah’s Operating Budget
  • Tax cuts even in a pandemic
  • Economic Stimulus programs for businesses
  • Regulatory department reorganizations
  • New human resource issues brought about by the pandemic
  • And so much more

Please join Holland & Hart's Government Affairs team for a discussion of these and other issues covered during the 2021 legislative session.
 
Holland & Hart lobbyists Kate Bradshaw and Billy Hesterman will discuss the implications of these legislative changes and summarize the potential effects these changes may have on your business.
 
Tax attorney Steve Young will also interpret changes in Utah tax legislation.


Agenda: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 2021
12:00-1:30 PM MDT


Speakers:
Steve Young
Kate Bradshaw
Billy Hesterman

Location: Webinar Only

Questions? Please contact Charles Cobbins.

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