Legislative Session 2014
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The Utah State Legislative Session begins on Monday, January 27, 2014 and will run through Thursday, March 13, 2014. We hope you continue to check this site for updates and SLCC activities happening throughout the session. Check out links to weekly updates, useful information and resources.
On Tuesday, February 11, President Deneece Huftalin presented before the Higher Education Appropriation Subcommittee for the second time this Legislative Session regarding the College’s base budget.
Download the February 11, Powerpoint Presentation.
On Friday, January 31, President Deneece Huftalin presented before the Higher Education Appropriation Subcommittee regarding the College’s base budget. The President discussed the many ways the College has become more efficient in the delivery of services to students over the past several years.
Download January 31, Powerpoint Presentation.
SL Trib Article: Editorial: Utah’s open-admissions schools need taxpayer help
February 14:SLCC students visited with Representative Johnny Anderson and Senator Shizoawa at Utah Higher Education Day at the Capitol.
Nine small businesses will received the Utah Small Business Development Center’s Regional Client of the Year award at the State Capitol during Rural Legislative Day.
Each winner represents nine regions in Utah that work with the Utah SBDC. The businesses represent a broad range of products, services and innovations offered by Utah’s entrepreneurs.
This year’s winners are:
- Bella Vida Laser & Aesthetics, Orem
- Breeders N Feeders LLC, Tooele
- Caregiver Support Network, Kaysville
- Grandpa’s Kitchen, Ogden
- Healthy Express Weight Loss and Management, St. George
- Ooh La La & Friends, Vernal
- South Mountain Builders, Inc., Salt Lake City
- Stan’s Burger Shak, Ephraim
- Unshoes Minimal Footwear, Cedar City
Legislative Update Reports
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