SALT LAKE CITY (Feb. 13, 2018) – The Salt Lake Chamber Executive Board formally voted today to ask the Legislature to remove H.B. 330, Communications Interception Amendments, from consideration.

Wilford Clyde, chairman and CEO of Clyde Companies, chairman of the Salt Lake Chamber Executive Board, said, “This morning, we voted to ask the Legislature to remove H.B. 330 from consideration during the 2018 General Legislative Session. We believe it should be studied during the upcoming interim session.”

Lane Beattie, president and CEO of the Salt Lake Chamber, said, “We want to express our deep appreciation for Representative Lowry Snow and Senator Todd Weiler for their sponsorship of this bill, at our request, and regret the unintended consequences and negative attention they received.”



The Salt Lake Chamber is Utah’s largest and longest-standing business association. A statewide chamber of commerce with members in all 29 Utah counties, the Chamber represents the broad interests of the state’s 63,000- plus employers, which employ more than 1.4 million Utahns. This includes thousands of Chamber members and their employees.

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