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Daily Dashboard | Utah Senate passes privacy bill; Committee advances Washington Foundational Privacy Act Related reading: The rise of US state-level BIPA: Illinois leads, others catching up



  • The Utah Senate passed Senate Bill 227, the Utah Consumer Privacy Act, on a 28-0 vote. The bill was transmitted to and received its first reading in the House, where it will first be considered by the Committee on Transportation. The legislative session adjourns March 4.
  • The Washington House Appropriations Committee voted 17-16 for favorable recommendation on House Bill 1850, the Washington Foundational Privacy Act. The committee adopted a substitute bill that ties HB 1850 closer to Senate Bill 5062, the Washington Privacy Act. HB 1850 has been assigned to the House Rules Committee. Editor's note: IAPP's Joe Duball outlined the 2022 landscape for Washington's proposed privacy bills. 

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