Laws of Utah Digitized

RulesNews, the newsletter of the Utah State Division of Administrative Rules, has posted as follows:

Laws of Utah Digitized
[Posted] On December 6, 2010, In Other News, By Ken Hansen

The Utah State Law Library reports that the Laws of Utah have been scanned and are now available online through the Utah State Library’s Pioneer service.  The session laws, from 1851 through 2009, are available thanks to the efforts of the Utah State Library in cooperation with W.S. Hein & Co., Inc.  Read more here.

Congratulations on this signal accomplishment by the State of Utah in open access!

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One thought on “Laws of Utah Digitized

  1. Well, I suppose it’s a sort of “open” access. I made it to a page asking me for my library card’s bar code under a banner that reads, “Premium Pioneer Databases – exclusively for Utah residents.” Let’s just hope Utah residents without library cards and non-Utah residents never need access to Utah’s statutes…

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