Home Sessions Committee Streaming This is the notification div House Judiciary Committee - February 28, 2020 20 House Building Participate in Virtual Meeting Option to provide public comment (at committee chair's discretion) Video for all meetings Requires submitting name to join meeting Live Audio/Video No option to provide public comment Audio only for meetings in House 30, Senate 210, and State Capitol 445; video for all other meetings Does not require submitting name to listen to/watch meeting Additional Information Follow Along Display documents automatically as they are discussed This meeting is not currently streaming. Markers Agenda Docs Downloads Make Clip Recording 1 Chair Lisonbee called the meeting to order at 8:05 a.m. S.B. 34 Sex Offender Registry Amendments (Weiler, T.) Sen. Weiler presented the bill. Rep. Hall moved to amend S.B. 34 with Amendment #1. Rep. Snow moved to favorably recommend S.B. 34, as amended. H.B. 158 Data Privacy Amendments (Roberts, M.) Rep. Roberts presented the bill. Tara Twue, AT&T, spoke in favor of the bill. Nic Dunn, Director of Public Policy and Business Development, Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce, spoke in favor of the bill. Tsutomu Johnson, Of counsel, Parsons Behle & Latimer, spoke in favor the bill. Aaron Wild, Utah Association for Justice, spoke against the bill. Lou McKee, resident, spoke against the bill. Rep. Brammer moved to replace H.B. 158 with 1st Substitute H.B. 158. Rep. Brammer moved to favorably recommend 1st Substitute H.B. 158. H.B. 366 Utah Alternative Dispute Process for ADA Complaints Act (Thurston, N.) Rep. Thurston presented the bill with support from James Orel, Americans with Disabilities Act litigation specialist. Andy Curry, Executive Director of Roads to Independence, spoke in favor of this bill. Nate Crippes, Legislative & Policy Counsel for the Disability Law Center, spoke against the bill. Joseph Rust, attorney, spoke in favor of the bill. Jennifer Miller Smith, Legislative Coalition for People with Disability, spoke against the bill. Eric Story, Corporate Real Estate Division of Zions Bank, spoke in favor of the bill. Lou McKee, Disability Rights Action Committee, spoke against the bill. Dallas Reid, Woodbury Corporation, spoke in favor of the bill. Jeff Bentonsen, former Valley Fair Mall general manager, spoke in favor of the bill. Ashley Kimmell, Institute of Real Estate Management, spoke in favor of the bill. Rep. Brammer moved to favorably recommend H.B. 366. H.B. 364 Abortion Revisions (Christiansen, S.) 3a) HB 364 Handout Rep. Christiansen presented the bill with support from Lindsey Tafengatoto, Outreach Director, Pro-Life Utah; Dusty Johns, nurse; and Rep. Lisonbee. Vice Chair Hall assumed the chair. Landy Nicole, resident, spoke in favor of the bill. Lou McKee, resident, spoke against the bill. Kristy Nielsen, Pro-Life Utah, spoke in favor of the bill. Dr. Marcela Smid, Obstetrician-gynecologist, Utah Chapter of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, spoke against the bill. Bryonna Jones, resident, spoke in favor of the bill. Mark Brinton, General Counsel and Director of Government Affairs for the Utah Medical Association, spoke against the bill. Rep. Hawkins moved to adjourn. Vice Chair Hall adjourned the meeting at 10:09 a.m. S.B. 34 Sex Offender Registry AmendmentsS.B. 34 Sex Offender Registry Amendments H.B. 366 Utah Alternative Dispute Process for Ada Complaints ActH.B. 366 Utah Alternative Dispute Process for Ada Complaints Act H.B. 364 Abortion RevisionsH.B. 364 Abortion Revisions H.B. 65 Abortion AmendmentsH.B. 65 Abortion Amendments H.B. 158 Data Privacy AmendmentsH.B. 158 Data Privacy Amendments AgendaAgenda MINUTESMINUTES 3a) HB 364 Handout3a) HB 364 Handout SB0034SB0034 HB0366HB0366 HB0364HB0364 HB0065HB0065 HB0158HB0158 Recording 1 - Low Quality Start with offset Position: (Seconds) Get Current Position End with offset Position: (Seconds) Get Current Position Clip URL: Copy Resize Audio/Video Player Having trouble listening? Try our troubleshooting page.