Post Updated: February 19th, 2021 @ 6:40 pm
Original Post: January 26th, 2021
The 2021 Utah Legislative Session began on January 19, 2021, to March 5, 2021
Unless otherwise stated in a Bill, if passed and signed by Governor Cox, it will become effective on May 5th, 2020.
The following Bills are firearm, security, and/or self-defense related. Each Bill has information including if we support it [ ], oppose it [ ], Title, Sponsor, Current Status, and Current Location. If you want to know more about what a Bill is, the process it goes through, and how it becomes law, see the Utah State Legislature website or How A Bill Becomes A Law In Utah.
Posts are being created for each Bill and will be updated with links to read more information about each Bill.
|/||Short Title||Sponsor||Last Action||Last Location|
|H.B. 60 Conceal Carry Firearms Amendments - Read More||Brooks, W. (Republican)||Governor Signed||Lieutenant Governor's office for filing|
|H.B. 61 Concealed Carry Exemption During State of Emergency||Maloy, A.C. (Republican)||19 Jan 2021, House/ 1st reading (Introduced)||House Rules Committee|
|H.B. 76 Firearm Preemption Amendments||Maloy, A.C. (Republican)||LFA/ fiscal note publicly available||Senate Rules Committee|
|H.B. 101 Protected Persons Amendments||Stoddard, A. (Democrat)||Senate/ placed on 2nd Reading Calendar||Senate 2nd Reading Calendar|
|H.B. 200 Firearm Safe Harbor Amendments||Maloy, A.C. (Republican)||Senate/ 1st reading (Introduced)||Senate Rules Committee|
|H.B. 205 Universal Background Checks for Firearm Purchases||King, Brian S. (Democrat)||28 Jan 2021, House/ received fiscal note from Fiscal Analyst||House Rules Committee|
|H.B. 216 Firearms Amendments||Lisonbee, K. (Republican)||Senate/ to standing committee||Senate Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Environment Committee|