Gov. Gary Herbert has signed nearly four dozen more bills, including measures that simplify licensing for food trucks and get rid of a state law that bans the "advocacy of homosexuality" in schools.
Herbert's office said late Monday afternoon that the Republican governor had signed 80 bills Monday, and 183 so far this year.
The food truck law aims to prevent the trucks from needing to obtain multiple licenses from different cities in order to stage their mobile businesses around various urban areas.
The measure stripping the "advocacy of homosexuality" from Utah's sex education law was driven by a court challenge from LGBT-rights groups.
The National Center for Lesbian Rights and Equality Utah sued the state education board last fall, saying the law creates a "chilling culture of silence that stigmatizes LGBTQ students."