I am reading through some of the recent COVID legislation in my state. Specifically, Utah HB1007. In the text, there are "you can't do that" type clauses... e.g. "An institution of higher education... may not require an individual to wear a face covering". However, there doesn't seem to be any "or else" type language that one typically sees in criminal-type-law, such as "impose a jail sentence of not less than 5 days"
What is the point of laws with no "or else" clause? Does this just create some other kind of legal pathways toward "or else" via other vehicles? If so, how can I track down the "or else" resulting from these laws?