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Senate Judiciary, Law Enforcement, and Criminal Justice Committee - January 31, 2018
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Chair Weiler called the meeting to order at 2:07 p.m.
Sen. Hillyard moved to approve the minutes of the January 29, 2018.
S.B. 105 Crime Statistics Reporting Amendments
Sen. Ispson explained the bill.
Sen. Hillyard moved to amend S.B. 105 with Amendment #1.
Sen. Hillyard moved to pass S.B. 105 out favorably.
H.B. 43 Blood Testing Amendments
Rep. Hall explained the bill.
Ms. Alexandra Wubble, Nurse, spoke in favor of the bill.
Ms. Karra Porter, Attorney, spoke in favor of the bill.
Ms. Marina Lowe, Legislative Council, American Civil Liberities Union (ACLU), spoke in favor of the bill.
Mr. Steven Winward, Captain, Utah Highway Patrol, spoke in favor of the bill.
Ms. Maryann Christensen, Utah Eagle Forum, spoke in favor of the bill.
Sen. Hillyard moved to pass H.B. 43 out favorably.
Sen. Hillyard assumed the chair.
S.B. 118 Abortion Law Amendments
Sen. Weiler explained the bill.
Sen. Weiler moved to replace S.B. 118 with 1st Substitute S.B. 118.
Sen. Weiler moved to amend 1st Substitute S.B. 118 with Amendment #1.
Ms. Mark Brinton, General Counsel and Director of Government Affairs, Utah Medical Association, spoke to the bill.
Ms. Maryann Christensen, Director, Utah Eagle Forum spoke in favor of the bill.
Ms. Mary Taylor, President, Pro-Life Utah, spoke in favor of the bill.
Ms. Jean Hill, Government Liaison, Catholic Diocese of Salt Lake City spoke in favor of the bill.
Ms. Deanna Holland, VIce President, Pro-Life Utah, spoke in favor of the bill.
Ms. Marilee Boyack, President, Family Watch International-Utah, spoke in favor of the bill.
Ms. Kristy Nielsen, Social Media Director, Pro-Life Utah, spoke in favor of the bill.
Sen. Weiler moved to pass 1st Substitute S.B. 118 out favorably.
H.B. 13 Public Safety Peer Counseling Provisions
Rep Perry explained the bill with the assistance of Ms. Heather S. White, Attorney, Mr. Ken Wallentine, Policeman.
Sen. Thatcher moved to amend H.B. 13 with Amendment #1.
Ms. Jacee Skinner, Administrative Office of the Courts, spoke to the bill.
Sen. Thatcher moved to pass H.B. 13 out favorably.
H.B. 44 Child Support Guidelines Amendments
Rep. McKell explained the bill.
Sen. Escamilla moved to pass H.B. 44 out favorably.
Sen. Thatcher moved to place H.B. 44 on the Consent Calendar.
Sen. Thatcher assumed the chair.
S.B. 121 Uniform Electronic Legal Material Act
Sen. Hillyard explained the bill with the assistance of Melissa Bernstein, Director, James E. Faust Law Library, Mike Broschinsky, Coordinator, Office of Administrative Rules.
Sen. Hillyard moved to pass S.B. 121 out favorably.
Sen. Hillyard moved to place S.B. 121 on the Consent Calendar.
Sen. Escamilla moved to adjourn.
Acting Chair Thatcher adjourned the meeting at 3:27 p.m.
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