or the child
becomes subject to the care and custody of the state,
income may be
imputed at the federal minimum wage for a 40-hour work week to
payor parent's alimony obligation may not be reduced by
The motion passed unanimously.
Spoke against the bill: Mr. Stewart Ralphs, Legal Aid Society of Salt Lake
Spoke to the bill: Ms. Dani Hartvigsen, Coalition for the Preservation of Family
Mr. Stan Rasmussen , Sutherland Institute
MOTION: Rep. Redd moved to return 1st Substitute H.B. 348, as amended, to the Rules
Committee for reassignment.
The motion passed with Rep. Kennedy voting in opposition.
H.B. 134 Firearm Safety Amendments (Rep. S. Eliason)
Rep. Eliason explained the bill to the committee and provided the following handouts:
Utah Youth Suicide Facts
Deseret News Suicide Fact Publication
Means Matter: Suicide, Guns & Public Health
MOTION: Rep. Cosgrove moved to replace H.B. 134 with 1st Substitute H.B. 134. The
motion passed unanimously.
Spoke in favor of the bill: Mr. Clark Aposhian, Utah Shooting Sports Council
Rep. Ryan Wilcox, Utah State Legislature
Mr. Andy Jacobs, coach, Orem High School
Dr. Doug Gray, University of Utah Department of Psychiatry
MOTION: Rep. Menlove moved pass the bill out favorably as substituted. The motion
1st Sub. S.B. 137 Health Care Professional Truth in Advertising (Sen. T. Weiler)
The bill was not heard.
MOTION: Rep Cosgrove moved to adjourn the meeting. The motion passed unanimously.
Chair Ray adjourned the meeting at 9:50 a.m.
Paul Ray, Chair