House Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Committee - February 14, 2017

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Chair Redd called the meeting to order at 8:15 a.m.
 Recording 1
 Rep. Miles moved to approve the minutes of the February 8, 2017 meeting . The motion passed with a vote of 6-0-6. Voting in the affirmative were: Perry L, Redd E, Hollins S, Miles K, Ray P, Winder M Absent or not voting were: Edwards R, Eliason S, Gardiner A, Hutchings E, Romero A, Weight E
 H.B. 208 Jail Release Orders Amendments (Ivory, K.)
 Rep. Ken Ivory presented the bill with the assistance of Deputy Ryan Rasmussen, Davis County Sherriff's Department.
 Ms.Heather Wolsey, resident, spoke in favor of the bill.
 Chief Tom Ross, Bountiful City Police, Utah Chiefs' of Police Association and the Sheriff's Association, spoke in favor of the bill.
 Mr. Scott Campbell, Owner, Strider's Security LLC, spoke in favor of the bill.
 Rep. Ray moved to pass H.B. 208 out favorably. The motion passed with a vote of 9-0-3. Voting in the affirmative were: Perry L, Redd E, Edwards R, Eliason S, Gardiner A, Hollins S, Miles K, Ray P, Winder M Absent or not voting were: Hutchings E, Romero A, Weight E
 H.B. 0237 Firearms and Domestic Violence Modifications (Perry, L.)
 Rep. Lee B. Perry presented the bill with the assistance of Mr. Jeremy Roberts, Buckshot Caucus.
 Ms. Heather Woolsey, resident, spoke in favor of the bill.
 Ms. Ann Bagley, Volunteer, Utah Chapter of Mom's Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, spoke in opposition to the bill.
 Mr. Clark Aposhian, Chair, Utah Shooting Sports Council. spoke in favor of the bill.
 Mr. Edwin Rutan, Gun Violance Prevention Center, spoke in opposition to the bill.
 Chief Tom Ross, Bountiful City Police, Utah Chiefs' of Police Association, spoke to the bill.
 Rep. Ray moved to amend H.B. 237 with Amendment #1. The motion passed with a vote of 10-0-2. Voting in the affirmative were: Perry L, Redd E, Edwards R, Eliason S, Gardiner A, Hollins S, Miles K, Ray P, Weight E, Winder M Absent or not voting were: Hutchings E, Romero A
 Rep. Ray moved to pass H.B. 237 out favorably. The motion failed with a vote of 5-5-2. Voting in the affirmative were: Perry L, Eliason S, Gardiner A, Ray P, Winder M Voting in the negative were: Redd E, Edwards R, Hollins S, Miles K, Weight E Absent or not voting were: Hutchings E, Romero A
 H.B. 123 Juvenile Offenses Amendments (Roberts, M.)
 H.B. 123 will not be heard today.
 S.B. 31 Protection of Law Enforcement Officers' Personal Information (Ipson, D.)
 Rep. Ray presented the bill with the assistance of Chief Tom Ross, Bountiful City Police, Utah Chiefs' of Police Association.
 Mr. Ronald Mortensen, resident, spoke to the bill.
 Ms.Renee Cowley, Google and the Utah Media Coalition, spoke in favor of the bill.
 Steve Harting, Salt Lake City Police Department, spoke in favor of the bill.
 Rep. Perry moved to replace S.B. 31 with 1st Substitute S.B. 31. The motion passed with a vote of 9-0-3. Voting in the affirmative were: Perry L, Redd E, Edwards R, Hollins S, Miles K, Ray P, Romero A, Weight E, Winder M Absent or not voting were: Eliason S, Gardiner A, Hutchings E
 Rep. Perry moved to amend 1st Substitute S.B. 31 with Amendment #0. The motion passed with a vote of 10-0-2. Voting in the affirmative were: Perry L, Redd E, Edwards R, Gardiner A, Eliason S, Hollins S, Miles K, Ray P, Romero A, Weight E, Winder M Absent or not voting were: Eliason S, Hutchings E
 Rep. Miles moved to pass 1st Substitute S.B. 31 out favorably. The motion passed with a vote of 10-0-2. Voting in the affirmative were: Perry L, Redd E, Edwards R, Gardiner A, Hollins S, Miles K, Ray P, Romero A, Weight E, Winder M Absent or not voting were: Eliason S, Hutchings E
 Rep. Miles moved to adjourn. The motion passed with a vote of 10-0-2. Voting in the affirmative were: Perry L, Redd E, Edwards R, Gardiner A, Hollins S, Miles K, Ray P, Romero A, Weight E, Winder M Absent or not voting were: Eliason S, Hutchings E
 Chair Redd adjourned the meeting at 9:51 a.m.
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