Salt Lake City (AP) -
A fiscal note for House Bill 70, released Monday, estimates that
An estimate by the legislative fiscal analyst says the law would cost the state almost $900,000 per year.
That would include about $713,000 for the Department of Public Safety to train employees and enforce the law, and $160,000 per year for litigation by the state attorney general's office.
Utah House and Senate legislative leaders have said they doubt a bill costing state or local governments money would pass.