House Health and Human Services Committee - February 09, 2017

210 Senate Building

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 Recording 1
 Chair Kennedy called the meeting to order at 3:10 p.m.
 H.B. 50 Opioid Prescribing Regulations (Ward, R.)
 Rep. Raymond P. Ward presented the bill.
 Mr. David Skalka, Utah Nurse Practitioners, spoke in favor of the bill.
 Mr. Cole Brinkerhoff spoke in favor of the bill.
 Ms. Michelle McOmber, Utah Medical Association, spoke in opposition to the current substitute bill and in favor of amending the bill.
 Rep. Redd moved to move to next agenda item. The motion passed with a vote of 11-0-1. Voting in the affirmative were: Daw B, Kennedy M, Barlow S, Chavez-Houck R, Hall C, Hollins S, Miles K, Redd E, Spendlove R, Thurston N, Ward R Absent or not voting was: Ray P
 H.B. 76 End of Life Options Act (Chavez-Houck, R.)
 Rep. Rebecca Chavez-Houck presented the bill.
 Mr. Forest Shaw spoke in favor of the bill.
 Ms. Arlene Pentila spoke in favor of the bill.
 Mr. John Sharf spoke in favor of the bill.
 Mr. Stan Rasmussen, Sutherland Institute, spoke in opposition to the bill.
 Mr. Mark Rothacher spoke in favor of the bill.
 Ms. Laura Bunker, Family Policy Resource, spoke in opposition to the bill.
 Dr. Victoria Burgess spoke in favor of the bill.
 Ms. Angela Falconer spoke in opposition to the bill.
 Ms. Vickie Samuelson, League of Women Voters, spoke in favor of the bill.
 Maryann Christensen, Utah Eagle Forum, spoke in opposition to the bill.
 Ms. Michele Melendez Russich spoke in favor of the bill.
 Dr. Catherine Stokes spoke in opposition to the bill.
 Ms. Michelle Sharf spoke in favor of the bill.
 Ms. Delane England spoke in opposition to the bill.
 Ms. Kathleen Kaufman spoke in favor of the bill.
 Ms. Jean Hill, Catholic Diocese, spoke in opposition to the bill.
 Ms. Alice Lappe spoke in favor of the bill.
 Rep. Ward moved to pass H.B. 76 out favorably.
 Rep. Ray moved to table H.B. 76. The motion passed with a vote of 9-3-0. Voting in the affirmative were: Daw B, Kennedy M, Barlow S, Hall C, Miles K, Ray P, Redd E, Spendlove R, Thurston N Voting in the negative were: Chavez-Houck R, Hollins S, Ward R
 H.B. 50 Opioid Prescribing Regulations (Ward, R.)
 Rep. Raymond P. Ward continued his presentation of the bill.
 Ms. Michelle McOmber, Utah Medical Association, spoke in favor of Second Substitute H.B. 50, with Amendment #3.
 Rep. Spendlove moved to replace H.B. 50 with 2nd Substitute H.B. 50. The motion passed with a vote of 11-0-1. Voting in the affirmative were: Daw B, Kennedy M, Barlow S, Hall C, Hollins S, Miles K, Ray P, Redd E, Spendlove R, Thurston N, Ward R Absent or not voting was: Chavez-Houck R
 Rep. Spendlove moved to amend 2nd Substitute H.B. 50 with Amendment #3. The motion passed with a vote of 11-0-1. Voting in the affirmative were: Daw B, Kennedy M, Barlow S, Hall C, Hollins S, Miles K, Ray P, Redd E, Spendlove R, Thurston N, Ward R Absent or not voting was: Chavez-Houck R
 Rep. Spendlove moved to pass 2nd Substitute H.B. 50 out favorably. The motion passed with a vote of 11-0-1. Voting in the affirmative were: Daw B, Kennedy M, Barlow S, Hall C, Hollins S, Miles K, Ray P, Redd E, Spendlove R, Thurston N, Ward R Absent or not voting was: Chavez-Houck R
 H.B. 246 System of Care Development (Edwards, R.)
 Rep. Rebecca P. Edwards presented the bill with the assistance of Ms. Ann Williamsen, Executive Director, Department of Human Services
 Ms. Kris Fawson, Coalition for People with Disabilities, spoke in favor of the bill.
 Rep Daw moved to amend H.B. 246 with Amendment #2. The motion passed with a vote of 9-0-3. Voting in the affirmative were: Daw B, Kennedy M, Barlow S, Chavez-Houck R, Hall C, Hollins S, Redd E, Spendlove R, Thurston N Absent or not voting were: Miles K, Ray P, Ward R
 Rep. Thurston moved to pass H.B. 246 out favorably. The motion passed with a vote of 9-0-3. Voting in the affirmative were: Daw B, Kennedy M, Barlow S, Chavez-Houck R, Hall C, Hollins S, Redd E, Spendlove R, Thurston N Absent or not voting were: Miles K, Ray P, Ward R
 H.C.R. 16 Concurrent Resolution Declaring Mental Health Issues to Be a Public Health Crisis At Utah Higher Education Institutions (Redd, E.)
 Rep. Edward H. Redd presented the bill with the assistance of Mr. Ty Aller.
 Mr. Dave Buhler, Commissioner of Higher Education, spoke in favor of the bill.
 Mr. Matthew Clewtt, Utah State University Student Association, spoke in favor of the bill.
 Rep. Thurston moved to replace H.C.R. 16 with 1st Substitute H.C.R. 16. The motion passed with a vote of 9-0-3. Voting in the affirmative were: Daw B, Kennedy M, Barlow S, Chavez-Houck R, Hall C, Hollins S, Redd E, Spendlove R, Thurston N Absent or not voting were: Miles K, Ray P, Ward R
 Chair Daw moved to pass 1st Substitute H.C.R. 16 out favorably. The motion passed with a vote of 9-0-3. Voting in the affirmative were: Daw B, Kennedy M, Barlow S, Chavez-Houck R, Hall C, Hollins S, Ray P, Spendlove R, Thurston N Absent or not voting were: Miles K, Redd E, Ward R
 Rep. Thurston moved to place 1st Substitute H.C.R. 16 on the Consent Calendar. The motion passed with a vote of 8-0-4. Voting in the affirmative were: Daw B, Kennedy M, Barlow S, Chavez-Houck R, Hollins S, Redd E, Spendlove R, Thurston N Absent or not voting were: Hall C, Miles K, Ray P, Ward R
 H.B. 260 Drug and Alcohol Treatment Related to Bail Amendments (Redd, E.)
 Rep. Edward H. Redd presented the bill.
 Chair Daw moved to hold H.B 260. The motion passed with a vote of 8-0-4. Voting in the affirmative were: Daw B, Kennedy M, Barlow S, Chavez-Houck R, Hollins S, Ray P, Redd E, Thurston N Absent or not voting were: Hall C, Miles K, Spendlove R, Ward R
 H.C.R. 19 Concurrent Resolution on Health Sciences (Redd, E.)
 Rep. Ray moved to pass H.C.R. 19 out favorably. The motion passed with a vote of 8-0-4. Voting in the affirmative were: Daw B, Kennedy M, Barlow S, Chavez-Houck R, Hollins S, Ray P, Redd E, Thurston N Absent or not voting were: Hall C, Miles K, Spendlove R, Ward R
 Rep. Thurston moved to adjourn. The motion passed with a vote of 8-0-4. Voting in the affirmative were: Daw B, Kennedy M, Barlow S, Chavez-Houck R, Hollins S, Ray P, Redd E, Thurston N Absent or not voting were: Hall C, Miles K, Spendlove R, Ward R
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