From: League of Women Voters of Utah
To: Michael Mckell,
Subject: October Utah Legislative Interim Day
Date: Wed Oct 15 03:00:42 MDT 2014
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LEGISLATIVE INTERIM PREVIEW

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October 2014 Interim Meetings

Come join us at the Utah Legislature interim session Wednesday October 15, 2014. There are many interesting meetings scheduled around and on the interim day as we build toward the next legislative session. The League receives many compliments from legislators on our attendance at Interim Meetings.  Come and help us make sure we cover every committee!  If you need a mentor, call Nickie at 801-231-7326 or Angie at 801-558-9344.

Brief descriptions of the meetings and links to their agendas are attached.

Some of the more interesting items:
 
Wednesday, October 15:

  • Economic Development discusses Women in the Economy and also will hear a report on Intergenerational Poverty
  • Law Enforcement discusses Rape Kit Processing and Firearms on Campuses
  • Natural resources hears a report on Tier III Fuel
  • Government Operations discusses Lobbyist Disclosure and Campaign Finance – State and Local Laws

Don’t forget to join us for lunch (bring your own, if you wish) in the cafeteria of the Senate Building at noon to hear reports and discuss interim meetings!! We had 13 members at our table in September—gives us great visibility! 
 

Angie Abram and Nickie Nelson
Co-Directors, Legislative Corps
League of Women Voters of Utah

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Subcommittee on Oversight 8:30 am, Room 415, Capitol agenda
Review and approve Proposed FY 2016 budgets for Legislative Research and General Counsel, Fiscal Analyst, and Auditor General
 
Executive Appropriations Committee 1:00 p.m. in Room 210 Senate Building agenda
Governor’s Office of Economic Development (OED) Incentives Audit
Revenue Update
FY14 Preliminary Surplus, Closing Nonlapsing and Restricted Fund Balances
School Grading
STEM Accountability
Jail Report, Prison Projection, and Treatment Programs
 
 
State Water Development Commission 3:00 p.m. in Room 30 House Building agenda
Draft Legislation on “Water Rights Amendments”
Reports on Snake Valley Water Sharing Agreement, Water Energy Summit and Water Infrastructure Needs and Cost
 
Legislative Management Committee 3 pm, Room 210 Senate Building agenda
Letters to the Committee from various Appropriations Subcommittees, Committees and Commissions
Requests for Proposals for Commission on Federalism and Federal Funds Commission
 

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Economic Development and Workforce Services Interim Committee 9:00 am Room 20 House Building agenda
Draft Legislation on Tourism Marketing Performance Amendments – updating definition of “sales of tourist-oriented goods and services”
Annual Reports from Dept. of Heritage and Arts, Dept. of Workforce Services and Governor’s Office of Economic Development
Intergenerational Poverty Report
Women in the Economy Commission
Daylight Savings Time Study’
Updates on New Convention Facility Act and USTAR
 
Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Environment Interim Committee 8:40 am Room 30 House Building agenda
Report on Consumer Electronic Device Recycling
Governor’s Energy Advisor’s Report/Review of Energy Policy
Raw Milk
Sage Grouse - Report on Strategies for Delaying Listing as Endangered Species
Tier III  (Low Sulphur) Motor Fuel – Options for Production and Sales in Utah
State Fairpark
Air Quality, Wildfires, Wildfire Reduction Strategies, and the Impact of Federal Land Ownership, Intervention, and Policies
 
Transportation Interim Committee 9:00 a.m. Room 250 Capitol Building agenda
DUI Annual Report
State Highway System Report
Public Transit Issues Report by Transit Riders Union Representatives
Active Transportation Funding Report by Bike Utah Executive Director
Electric Motor Vehicles Report from General Motors Representative
Reports from Committee Members on Long-Term Transportation Funding Options
 
Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Interim Committee 9:00 a.m. Room 25 House Building agenda
Draft Legislation on Penalty for Traffic Violation Causing a Death
Gang Issues in Utah
Rape Kit Processing
State Prisoners in County Jails
Motor Vehicle Emissions
Firearms on University Campuses
 
Judiciary Interim Committee 9:00 a.m. Room 215 Senate Building agenda
Minimum Mandatory Sentencing
Continued discussion of domestic asset protection trusts (related to 2014 HB 162)  
 
Revenue and Tax Interim Committee 9:00 a.m. Room 210 Senate Building agenda
Draft Legislation on Valuation Appeals for Centrally Assessed Property (e.g. utilities)
Draft Legislation on Income Tax Credits and Contributions Accounts
Special Service District Issues“New Growth” and Utah’s Property Tax System
Draft Legislation on Taxation of Molten Magnesium
Business Personal Property Taxes Overview
 
LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF UTAH LUNCH IN THE SENATE BUILDING CAFETERIA AT 12:00

 
Business and Labor Interim Committee 2:30 p.m. Room 210 Senate Building agenda
Bail Bond Agents
Reviews of Draft Legislation on:
Consumer Protection Amendments;
Insurance Modifications;
Insurance Producer Amendments;
State Fire Code Amendments;
Liquefied Petroleum Gas Board Amendments;
State Construction Code Amendments.
 
Education Interim Committee 2:30 p.m. Room 30 House Building agenda
Proposed Legislation, "Math Teacher Training Program Amendments"
Student Funding Pilot Program – for student purchase of secondary school or college courses and instructional materials
Utah State Board of Education Risk Management- Request for Appropriations for newly-identified risks
Search for Educational Best Practices
Teacher Perspective on What Utah Schools Can Learn from Finland
Five Statutorily Required Reports
 
Health and Human Services Interim Committee 2:30 p.m. Room 250 State Capitol agenda
Sunset Reviews of Children’s Hearing Aid Pilot Program and Utah Digital Health Service Commission
Health Care Professions
Certificate of Stillbirth Amendments
Utah State Office of Rehabilitation
 
Political Subdivisions Interim Committee 2:30 p.m. Room 25 House Building agenda
Community Energy Choice
Annual Report from Utah's Seven Associations of Governments
Quality Growth Commission Annual Report
 
Public Utilities and Technology Interim Committee
2:30 p.m. Room 215 Senate Building agenda
Natural Gas Lines in Rural Utah – costs and safety
Governor’s Office of Energy Development:  Annual Report
Environmental Protection Agency Section 111 (d) Rule Impact - requiring states to regulate air pollution fromexisting sources
Energy Demand, Supply, and Cost Projections - from electric power generators and natural gas producers
 
Government Operations Interim Committee 2:30 p.m. Room 20 House Building agenda
Reports from Department of Veterans' and Military Affairs, Governor's Office of Economic Development (Daylight Savings Time), and Federal Funds Commission
Lobbyist Disclosure and Campaign Finance – discrepancies between State and Local Laws
Sunset Review – Resource Development Coordination Committee
 

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Occupational and Professional Licensure Review Committee 2 pm. Room 415 Capitol agenda
Sunset Reviews of Licensing of Dental Educators, the  Health Facility Administrator Act and the Occupational Therapy Act
Modifications to the Architects Licensing Act
Less Restrictive Alternatives to Licensing
 

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Prison Relocation Committee 9:00 a.m. Room 415 Capitol No agenda published as of 10 October
 

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Health Reform Task Force 9:00 a.m. Room 210 Senate Building No agenda published as of 10 October
 

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Commission for the Stewardship of Public Lands 8:30 a.m. Room 220 Senate Building No agenda published as of 10 October 


 
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