The House gave final passage Wednesday to a bill designed to help prevent repeating election lines that stretched up to four hours long in Salt Lake County last November.
The House voted 67-0 to pass SB116, and sent it to Gov. Gary Herbert for his signature or veto. It previously passed the Senate 27-0.
It mandates that county clerks come up with plans, to be reviewed by the lieutenant governor's office, on how to keep election lines under 30 minutes long.