House Business and Labor Committee - February 12, 2018

445 State Capitol

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 Recording 1
 Acting Chair Roberts called the meeting to order at 2:06 p.m.
 Rep. Dunnigan assumed the chair.
 Rep. Froerer moved to approve the minutes of the February 8, 2018, meeting.
 H.B. 323 Massage Therapy Practice Act Amendments (Roberts, M.)
 Vice Chair Roberts explained the bill assisted by Ms. Andrea Jones, Bowenwork practitioner.
 Ms. Nichole Soholt, student, Bowenwork Academy, spoke for the bill.
 Rep. Duckworth moved to replace H.B. 323 with 1st Substitute H.B. 323.
 Rep. Duckworth moved to pass 1st Substitute H.B. 323 out favorably.
 Vice Chair Roberts resumed the chair.
 H.B. 173 Occupational Licensing Requirement Amendments (Maloy, A.C.)
 Rep. A. Cory Maloy explained the bill.
 Ms. Elaine Augustine, citizen, spoke for the bill.
 Mr. Brad Stevens, Independent Electrical Contractors Association, spoke against the bill.
 Rep. Schultz moved to replace H.B. 173 with 2nd Substitute H.B. 173.
 Rep. Froerer moved to pass 2nd Substitute H.B. 173 out favorably.
 H.B. 191 Carbon Monoxide Detector Repeal (Wheatley, M.)
 Rep. Wheatley explained the bill assisted by Ms. Bethany Taylor, citizen, and Chief Mike Mathieu, Ogden City Fire Department.
 Mr. Gary Edwards, Salt Lake County Health Department, offered a point of clarification.
 Mr. Kirk Cullimore, Utah Apartment Association, spoke against the bill.
 Rep. Peterson moved to hold H.B. 191.
 H.B. 250 Building Permit and Impact Fees Amendments (Schultz, M.)
 Rep. Schultz explained the bill assisted by Mr. Mike Ostermiller, Utah Association of Realtors.
 Mr. Taz Biesinger, Utah Home Builders Association, spoke for the bill.
 Mr. John Hill, Rocky Mountain Gas Association, spoke against the bill.
 Mr. Brent Bateman, State Property Rights Ombudsman, spoke to the bill.
 Mr. Brent Ursenbach, citizen, spoke against the bill.
 Ms. Rachel Otto, Utah League of Cities and Towns, spoke for the bill.
 Mr. David Hill, Utah Plumbing and Heating Contractors Association, spoke against the bill.
 Mr. Tom Peterson, Utah Association of Building Officials, spoke for the bill.
 Mr. Brad Stephens, Independent Electrical Contractors of Utah, spoke against the bill.
 Rep. Webb moved to amend H.B. 250 with Amendment #3.
 Rep. Froerer moved to pass H.B. 250 out favorably as amended.
 H.B. 288 Workers' Compensation Claims Amendments (Ivory, K.)
 Rep. Ken Ivory explained the bill assisted by Mr. Jaceson Maughan, Commissioner, Labor Commission.
 Mr. Dennis Lloyd, Senior Vice President, WCF Mutual Insurance Company, spoke for the bill.
 Rep. Peterson moved to replace H.B. 288 with 1st Substitute H.B. 288.
 Rep. Schultz moved to amend 1st Substitute H.B. 288 with Amendment #1.
 Rep. Peterson moved to pass 1st Substitute H.B. 288 out favorably as amended.
 Rep. Schultz moved to place 1st Substitute H.B. 288 on the Consent Calendar.
 1st Sub. S.B. 40 Workers' Compensation Dependent Benefit Amendments (Mayne, K.)
 Sen. Karen Mayne explained the bill assisted by Mr. Lloyd.
 Mr. Chris Hill, Labor Commission, spoke for the bill.
 Mr. David Head, Utah Association of Justice, spoke for the bill.
 Rep. Wheatley moved to pass 1st Substitute S.B. 40 out favorably.
 S.B. 92 Workers' Compensation Attorney Fees Amendments (Mayne, K.)
 Sen. Mayne explained the bill assisted by Mr. Maughan and Mr. Lloyd.
 Mr. Head spoke for the bill
 Rep. Wheatley moved to pass S.B. 92 out favorably.
 H.B. 133 Employment Amendments (Hall, C.)
 Rep. Craig Hall explained the bill.
 Rep. Hawkes moved to replace H.B. 133 with 1st Substitute H.B. 133.
 Rep. Froerer moved to pass 1st Substitute H.B. 133 out favorably.
 Rep. Potter moved to adjourn.
 Acting Chair Roberts adjourned the meeting at 4:03 p.m.
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