House Political Subdivisions Committee - February 13, 2017

450 State Capitol

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Chair Hall assumed the chair.
 Recording 1
 Chair Hall called the meeting to order at 8:13 a.m.
 Chair Pitcher assumed the chair.
 H.B. 288 School Sunscreen Provision (Hall, C.)
 Rep. Hall presented the bill.
 Rep. Dunnigan assumed the chair.
 Ms. Michelle McOmber, Utah Medical Association, spoke in favor of the bill.
 Rep. Poulson moved to replace H.B. 288 with 1st Substitute H.B. 288. The motion passed with a vote of 10-0-3. Voting in the affirmative were: Hall C, Dunnigan J, Kwan K, Potter V, Poulson M, Pulsipher S, Roberts M, Ward R, Weight E, Wilde L Absent or not voting were: Pitcher D, Grover K, Webb R C
 Rep. Roberts moved to pass 1st Substitute H.B. 288 out favorably. The motion passed with a vote of 10-0-3. Voting in the affirmative were: Hall C, Dunnigan J, Kwan K, Potter V, Poulson M, Pulsipher S, Roberts M, Ward R, Weight E, Wilde L Absent or not voting were: Pitcher D, Grover K, Webb R C
 Rep. Kwan moved to place 1st Substitute H.B. 288 on the Consent Calendar. The motion passed with a vote of 10-0-3. Voting in the affirmative were: Hall C, Dunnigan J, Kwan K, Potter V, Poulson M, Pulsipher S, Roberts M, Ward R, Weight E, Wilde L Absent or not voting were: Pitcher D, Grover K, Webb R C
 Vice Chair Hall assumed the chair.
 Recording 2
 H.B. 298 Free Expression Regulation by Local Government (Thurston, N.)
 Rep. Thurston presented the bill.
 Mr. Michael Curtis, Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel, answered questions.
 Mr. Lincoln Shurtz, Utah Association of Counties, spoke to the bill.
 Mr. Lynn Pace, Policy Advisor, Salt Lake City and Member of League of Cities and Towns, spoke in opposition to the bill.
 Mr. Michael Melendez, Libertas Institiute, spoke in favor of the bill.
 Mr. John Mejia, ACLU of Utah, spoke in favor of the bill.
 Rep. Roberts moved to replace H.B. 298 with 1st Substitute H.B. 298. The motion passed with a vote of 10-0-3. Voting in the affirmative were: Hall C, Dunnigan J, Kwan K, Potter V, Poulson M, Pulsipher S, Roberts M, Ward R, Weight E, Wilde L Absent or not voting were: Pitcher D, Grover K, Webb R C
 Rep. Dunnigan moved to amend 1st Substitute H.B. 298 with Amendment #1. The motion passed with a vote of 6-4-3. Voting in the affirmative were: Hall C, Dunnigan J, Potter V, Poulson M, Pulsipher S, Weight E Voting in the negative were: Kwan K, Roberts M, Ward R, Wilde L Absent or not voting were: Pitcher D, Grover K, Webb R C
 Rep. Roberts moved to pass 1st Substitute H.B. 298 out favorably as amended.
 Rep. Kwan moved to hold 1st Substitute H.B. 298 as amended. The motion passed with a vote of 6-5-2. Voting in the affirmative were: Dunnigan J, Kwan K, Potter V, Poulson M, Pulsipher S, Weight E Voting in the negative were: Hall C, Roberts M, Ward R, Webb R C, Wilde L Absent or not voting were: Pitcher D, Grover K
 H.B. 290 Community Reinvestment Agency Amendments (Handy, S.)
 Rep. Stephen G. Handy presented the bill with the assistance of Mr. Randy Sant, Utah RDA Association, and Mr. Craig Smith, Attorney, Utah RDA Association.
 Rep. Ward moved to pass H.B. 290 out favorably. The motion passed with a vote of 10-0-3. Voting in the affirmative were: Hall C, Dunnigan J, Kwan K, Potter V, Pulsipher S, Roberts M, Ward R, Webb R C, Weight E, Wilde L Absent or not voting were: Pitcher D, Grover K, Poulson M
 Rep. Kwan moved to place H.B. 290 on the Consent Calendar. The motion failed with a vote of 8-2-3. Voting in the affirmative were: Hall C, Dunnigan J, Kwan K, Potter V, Roberts M, Webb R C, Weight E, Wilde L Voting in the negative were: Pulsipher S, Ward R Absent or not voting were: Pitcher D, Grover K, Poulson M
 Rep. Roberts moved to adjourn. The motion passed with a vote of 10-0-3. Voting in the affirmative were: Hall C, Dunnigan J, Kwan K, Potter V, Pulsipher S, Roberts M, Ward R, Webb R C, Weight E, Wilde L Absent or not voting were: Pitcher D, Grover K, Poulson M
 Chair Hall adjourned the meeting at 9:29 a.m.
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