By MELISSA SANDERS ABC NEWS/ ABC News Staff – NOVEMBER 01, 2020 – A woman in Utah will soon have a new way to get her hands on her favorite Mormon magic underwear without going to a Mormon temple.

The Utah state Legislature has passed a bill that allows women to buy the underwear directly from the manufacturer online.

It comes as the Mormon Church is working on a new set of policies to end child abuse, and it also comes after a series of high-profile sexual abuse scandals at the LDS church.

“We know there are people who are doing things that don’t seem to be right, and we know they have a way to do it,” Utah Rep. Julie Miller told ABC News.

The legislation was sponsored by Miller, Utah Rep., and Utah State Rep. Katie Miller.

The bill would allow Utah women to purchase underwear directly on the Utah state Department of Health’s website.

Miller told Fox News that Utah’s law allows her to “get all of the good stuff.”

The legislation does not make Utah the first state to legalize a form of online shopping.

The U.S. states of California and New York also allow women to shop for their favorite Mormon underwear online, though those states are still in the process of implementing a policy that will prohibit the practice.

In California, the law was signed by Gov.

Gavin Newsom in September and went into effect in March.

Newsom has said he supports the state’s effort to end online child abuse.

“There are some things we can do in our society that we can’t do in person,” he said in a statement.

“This is one of them.”

California’s new law has a few big differences from Utah’s.

California has already legalized online shopping, while Utah is not.

But both laws are designed to allow the women in the state to buy Mormon Magic products directly.

Utah’s legislation is similar to a new law in Oregon, which went into force in October.

It allows women who are pregnant or nursing a child under the age of 18 to buy a pair of Mormon Magic panties from the website, as long as they also buy the baby-sitting and other child-sustainability products.

Oregon’s law requires a parent’s consent before a woman can buy any kind of underwear.

“It’s not like we’re banning that,” Miller said.

“The laws are there for good reasons, but they’re not there for the same reason that we have laws about underage drinking.”

The Oregon law also allows for the purchase of underwear by people who have an online profile that includes a picture of a child.

The law also prohibits businesses from selling underwear to minors.

Miller said the laws are similar to laws in California and Washington.

“Oregon is a good example of an issue that I think is in the midst of a change of heart,” she said.

Oregon is the first U.K. state to enact a similar law.

Utah was the second U.