News ReleaseGovernor signs 21 bills, vetoes one bill of the 2022 General Legislative SessionNews Release·March 22, 2022· Share Today, Gov. Spencer J. Cox signed 21 bills. The governor also vetoed one bill. This brings the total number of signed or vetoed pieces of legislation from the 2022 General Legislative Session to 143. Information on these bills can be found below. HB 10Lane Filtering Amendments. Brooks, W.HB 36Insurance Amendments. Dunnigan, Waldrip, S.HB 63COVID-19 Vaccine Exemptions. Burton, J.HB 67Voter Roll Maintenance Amendments. Petersen, M.HB 90Transparency in Lobbying and Disclosures Amendments. Pierucci, C.HB 91Financial Disclosures Amendments. Teuscher, J.HB 96Government Records Fee Amendments. Johnson, D.HB 101Rural Coworking and Innovation Center Grant Program Amendments. Albrecht, C.HB 267Campaign Finance Amendments. Strong, M.HB 313Election Security Amendments. Hawkins, J.HB 449Bereavement Leave Modifications. Shipp, R.HCR 21Concurrent Resolution Concerning the Conflict in Ukraine. Stratton, K.SB 11Local Election Amendments. Iwamoto, J.SB 12Property Tax Appeals Process Amendments. Millner, A.SB 15Department of Government Operations. Millner, A.SB 19Elections Revisions. Thatcher, D.SB 63Bereavement Leave Amendments. Harper, W.SB 64Identification for Vehicle Registration Amendments. Davis, G.SB 172Higher Education Student Assistance Amendments. Vickers, ESB 181Parental Representation Amendments. Harper, W.SB 194Medical Rationing Amendments. Fillmore, L. Gov. Cox also vetoed HB11 and sent an explanatory letter to the House and Senate, which is attached. HB 11Student Eligibility in Interscholastic Activities. Birkeland, K.