Lauren’s Law was heard in both the House Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Committee and the House Judiciary Committee during the 2019 session. While it was ultimately tabled for further discussion, we are working diligently with legislators across the aisle to create a bill that will pass in future sessions. I am planning to reintroduce Lauren’s Law in 2020, and while committee assignments will likely be different, contacting your legislators still makes a huge impact on their potential support of the bill.


  • Find out who represents you at Lawmakers are much more likely to listen to constituents!

  • Please be brief, respectful, and clear!

  • Include where you live, so they can determine if you are a constituent.

  • Explain your personal reasons for supporting the bill, and why you feel it is good policy that deserves a debate on the floor of the House.

  • Remember that legislators are just people, and they do their best to make informed and positive decisions for the good of all of Utah. We work together better when we are understanding and kind to each other.

  • Don’t see your representatives on the committee? Email your reps anyway — your voice is important, and your representatives are there to listen. They will want to have your feedback when the time comes to vote on the bill.

Members of the House Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Committee include:

Representative Lee Perry- 435-225-0430 (contact form)

Representative Kim Coleman - 801-865-8970

Representative Sandra Hollins - 801-363-4257

Representative Kelly Miles - 801-458-8270

Representative Val Potter - 435-757-9834

Representative Paul Ray - 801-725-2719

Representative Angela Romero - 801-722-4972

Representative Mike Schultz - 801-859-7713

Representative Casey Snider - 435-890-3383

Representative Mark Strong - 385-275-5682

Andrew Stoddard - 385-256-3281 (that's me!)