Monday , March 06, 2017 - 5:30 AM
SALT LAKE CITY — Two bills were passed in the Utah House and Senate last week that approve the designation of different “state works of art.”
House Bill 211 designated the Salt Lake’s Spiral Jetty as an official “state work of art,” and Senate Bill 171 designated ancient rock art as “state works of art.”
Both bills also reaffirm provisions regarding Utah’s state symbols. This includes symbols such as the state bird and state emblem, but it also has official state symbols that you may not think of as being official symbols. Examples of these could be the official state grass or the official state cooking pot.
How many of these state symbols do you know? Take the quiz below to find out.
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