Governor Herbert signs over 100 bills
Governor Gary Herbert isn't neglecting other state business in the midst of the coronavirus emergency.
The governor signed 148 bills into law yesterday, including measures that will end straight-ticket voting in Utah and expand telehealth services throughout the state.
The governor also signed a resolution that will urge school districts to start high school classes later in the day.
The governor has another week to decide whether to sign or veto the remaining bills passed during this year's legislative session.