Utah lawmakers are thinking about putting some money away in case the state economy takes a turn for the worse. 

UtahPolicy.com says the state lawmakers are considering putting 100-million-dollars into the state's rainy day fund. 

The money would help the state cope if tax collections slow down or unemployment started to rise. 

Lawmakers say they are particularly worried about what could happen to the economy if the coronavirus outbreak continues to worsen.

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