Fiscal Summary of the 2000 Legislative Session


The 2000 legislative session, though dominated by the education funding issue, still found time to allocate the tobacco settlement funds, appropriate $694 million for capital projects (mostly highways), change Human Right’s Day to the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday, pass mental health insurance reform, delay payments due to the state from the Salt Lake Olympic Committee until after the Olympics in 2002, and pass a $6.7 billion budget.

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