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January 18, 2005
Room W135, State Capitol Complex
Rep. LaVar Christensen, Vice Chair
Rep. Ron Bigelow
Rep. Duane Bourdeax
Rep. John Dougall
Rep. James A. Ferrin
Rep. James R. Gowans
Rep. David L. Hogue
Rep. Kory M. Holdaway
Rep. Gregory H. Hughes
Rep. Bradley T. Johnson
Rep. Carol Spackman Moss
Rep. Merlynn T. Newbold
Rep. LaWanna Shurtliff
Rep. Stephen Urquhart
STAFF PRESENT: Constance C. Steffen, Policy Analyst
Cindy Baker, Committee Secretary
Note: List of visitors and copy of handouts are filed with committee minutes.
Chair Dayton called the meeting to order at 8:00 a.m. and welcomed committee members. The members were asked to introduce themselves to the public. Rep. Moss was called on to give a one minute lesson on grammer.
H.B. 43 School Land Trust Program Funding Amendments ( Rep. Urquhart )
Rep. Urquhart said the bill removes a cap on School Land Trust Funds distributed to schools.
The following spoke in support of the bill:
Marilyn Kofford, Utah PTA
Gary Cameron, Utah School Boards Association
Pat Rusk, Utah Education Association
Janet Cannon, Utah State Board of Education
Dave Herbertson, School and Institutional Trust Lands Association
MOTION: Rep. Newbold moved to pass the bill out favorably. The motion passed
unanimously, 14-0-1, with Rep. Shurtliff absent for the vote.
H.B. 46 Public Education Capital Outlay Act Amendments ( D. Cox )
Rep. Cox introduced the bill which modifies the funding formula for the Capital
Outlay Foundation Program. He distributed materials summarizing the bill and
showing the future fiscal impact of the bill. Larry Newton, Utah State Office of
Education, answered questions about the bill.
Rep. Dayton, Chair, indicated that the committee would not be acting on the bill
as a fiscal note was not available.
MOTION: Rep. Ferrin moved to adjourn. The motion passed unanimously, 11-0-4, with Rep.
Bigelow, Rep. Hogue, Rep. Shurtliff, and Rep. Urquhart absent for the vote.
Chair Dayton adjourned the meeting at 9:02 a.m.
____________________________ Rep. Margaret Dayton, Chair