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Salt Lake County, Utah County make gatherings of more than 10 illegal. (Utah County) SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — (UPDATE 9:41 p.m.) Utah Governor Gary Herbert says the state was not consulted on the new and controversial orders by the Salt Lake and Utah County Health Departments which make gatherings of more than ten people a class B misdemeanor.How many terms can a governor serve in Utah?
The Governor of Utah was formerly limited to serving three terms, but all term limit laws were repealed by the Utah Legislature in 2003; Utah is one of the few states where gubernatorial term limits are not determined by the constitution. Cal Rampton, Gary Herbert, and Mike Leavitt are the only Governors of Utah ever to serve more than two terms.Who is the current governor of Utah?
The current governor is Gary Herbert, who took office on August 11, 2009, upon the resignation of Jon Huntsman, Jr., to become United States Ambassador to China.What are the powers of the Utah governor?
The governor has a duty to enforce state laws as well as the power to either approve or veto bills passed by the Utah Legislature. The governor may also convene the legislature on "extraordinary occasions".