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House Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Committee - February 06, 2018
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Chair Redd called the meeting to order at 3:46 p.m.
Rep. Miles moved to approve the minutes from February 2nd, 2018.
H.B. 70 Costs for Aggravated Murder Offenses
Rep. Stephen G. Handy presented the bill.
Rep. Perry assumed the chair.
Rep. Miles moved to pass H.B. 70 out favorably.
H.B. 209 Mental Health Protections for First Responders
Rep. Karen Kwan presented the bill.
Rep. Miles moved to amend H.B. 209 with Amendment #2.
Mr. Jack Tidrow, President, Professional Firefighters of Utah, spoke in favor of the bill.
Rep. Redd assumed the chair.
Mr. Jeff Rowley, Risk Manager, Salt Lake County, spoke in opposition to the bill.
Ms. Christy Cushing, Field Services Manager, Utah Public Employees Association, spoke in favor of the bill.
Mr. Karson Eilers, Utah League of Cities and Towns, spoke in opposition to the bill.
Mr. Mike Brown, Chief of Polices, Salt Lake City, spoke in favor of the bill.
Mr. Mike Hadden, Deputy Director, Department of Corrections, spoke in favor of the bill.
Mr. Chad Bennion, Executive Director, Utah Fraternal Order of Police, spoke in favor of the bill.
Mr. Tom Ross, Bountiful City Police, Utah Chief of Police, spoke in opposition to the bill.
Mr. Ryan Andrus, WCF Mutual Insurace Company, spoke in opposition to the bill.
Ms. Lisa Bagley, Citizen, spoke in favor of the bill.
Mr. Dan Petersen, Fire Chief, United Fire Authority, spoke to the bill.
Mr. Dave Davis, President, Utah Retail Merchants Association, spoke to the bill.
Mr. Brian Allen, Director, Cottonwood Height City, spoke in opposition to the bill.
Rep. Ray moved to pass H.B. 209 out favorably.
H.B. 269 Identity Theft Paraphernalia Provisions
Rep. Patrice M. Arent presented the bill with the assistance of Mr. William Carlson, Deputy District Attorney, Salt Lake County, and Ms. Kelly Shafto, Detective, Utah Identity Passport.
Mr. Jeff Silvestrini, Mayor, Millcreek, spoke in favor of the bill.
Mr. Steve Burton, President, Utah Association of Defense Lawyers, spoke in opposition to the bill.
Ms. Maryann Christensen, Executive Director, Eagle Forum of Utah, spoke in favor of the bill.
Mr. Stanton VanWagoner, Detective Sergeant, Millcreek City, spoke in favor of the bill.
Mr. Jared Bingham, Head, U.S. Postal Inspection Service, spoke in favor of the bill.
Rep. Hutchings moved to replace H.B. 269 with 1st Substitute H.B. 269.
Rep. Hutchings moved to pass 1st Substitute H.B. 269 out favorably.
H.B. 248 Compensatory Service in Lieu of Fine Amendments
(King, B. S.)
Rep. Brian King presented the bill.
Ms. Christensen spoke in favor of the bill.
Mr. William Carlson, Deputy District Attorney, Salt Lake County District Attorney's Office, spoke in opposition to the bill.
Mr. Marshall Thompson, Director, Utah Sentencing Commission, spoke in favor of the bill.
Mr. Gary Scheller, Director, Office of Victims and Crime, spoke in opposition to the bill.
Ms. Molly Davis, Libertas Institute, spoke in favor of the bill.
Mr. David Brickey, League of Cities and Towns, spoke in opposition to the bill.
Ms. Jacey Skinner, Administrative Offices of the Courts, spoke to the bill.
Mr. Burton, spoke in favor of the bill.
Rep. Hutchings moved to adjourn.
Rep. Romero moved to pass H.B. 248 out favorably, and then withdrew the motion.
Rep. Hutchings' motion to adjourn
Chair Redd adjourned the meeting at 6:38 p.m.
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