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That the constitutional convention may by ordinance provide for the election of officers for a full State government, including members of the legislature and representatives in the fifty-fourth congress, at the time for the election for the ratification or rejection of the constitution; but the said State government shall remain in abeyance until the State shall be admitted into the Union as proposed by this Act. In case the constitution of said State shall be ratified by the people, but not otherwise, the legislature thereof may assemble, organize, and elect two Senators of the United States in the manner now prescribed by the laws of the United States; and the governor and secretary of state of the proposed State shall certify the election of the Senators and Representatives in the manner required by law, and when such State is admitted into the Union, as provided in this Act, the Senators and Representatives shall be entitled to be admitted to seats in Congress, and to all rights and privileges of Senators and Representatives of other States in the Congress of the United States; and the State government formed in pursuance of said constitution, as provided by the constitutional convention, shall proceed to exercise all the functions of state officers; and all laws in force made by said Territory at the time of its admission into the Union shall be in force in said State, except as modified or changed by this Act or by the constitution of the State; and the laws of the United States shall have the same force and effect within the said State as elsewhere within the United States.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Utah Enabling Act § 20 Repealing clause - last updated May 05, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ut/enabling-act/ut-enabling-act-sect-20.html
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