Bills to reduce fireworks hours, keep Utah gambling-free, make hit-and-run boating accidents a crime and declare skiing and snowboarding as the official state winter sports are among those that Gov. Gary Herbert has signed into law in recent days.
Herbert on Tuesday released a list of 230 bills he has signed so far. Another 241 are awaiting his consideration. He has until March 28 to either sign bills, veto them or allow them to take effect without his signature.
He has vetoed one bill so far: HB363, which would have allowed school districts to drop sex education and required abstinence-only instruction in those that kept it.