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HOUSE TRANSPORTATION STANDING COMMITTEE
ROOM W135, WEST OFFICE BUILDING, STATE CAPITOL COMPLEX
February 10, 2005
Rep. J. Stuart Adams , Vice-Chair
Rep. David Clark
Rep. Tim M. Cosgrove
Rep. Bradley M. Daw
Rep. Brad Dee
Rep. John Dougall
Rep. Jim Dunnigan
Rep. Julie Fisher
Rep. Kerry W. Gibson
Rep. Brad King
Rep. Karen W. Morgan
Rep. Peggy Wallace
Rep. Larry B. Wiley
MEMBERS ABSENT: Rep. Jeff Alexander
STAFF PRESENT: Benjamin N. Christensen, Policy Analyst
Rosemary Young, House Secretary
Note: A list of visitors and a copy of handouts are filed with the committee minutes.
Rep. Adams called the meeting to order at 4:10 p.m.
MOTION: Rep. Dee moved to approve the minutes of the February 4, 2005 meeting. The motion passed unanimously with Reps. Clark, Dougall, Dunnigan, Fisher, King and Morgan absent for the vote.
H.B. 261 Motorboat Liability Insurance and Uninsured Motorist and Motorboat Identification Database Program Amendments (Rep. K. Gibson)
Rep. Gibson explained the bill to the committee assisted by David Spatafore of Insure-Rite, Inc.
The following people spoke against the bill:
Ross Marchant, Farmers Insurance
Wayne Jones, Utah Marine Association
Chris Purcell, State Farm Insurance
MOTION: Rep. Dougall moved to proceed to the next item on the agenda. The motion passed unanimously with Rep. King absent for the vote.
H.B. 299 Motor Vehicle Business Licensing Amendments (Rep. P. Ray)
Rep. Ray explained the bill to the committee.
The following people spoke in favor of the bill:
Craig Bickmore, Utah Automobile Dealers Association
Wayne Jones, Independent Auto Dealers Association
Rod Marrelli, State Tax Commission, responded to questions from the committee.
MOTION: Rep. Dougall moved to amend HB 299 as follows:
l. Page 1, Line 17: After the bullet insert "failure to disclose".
2. Page 2, Line 58: After "(xi)" insert "failure to disclose".
MOTION: Rep. Dunnigan moved to amend HB 299 as follows:
1. Page 1, Lines 17 through 19 :
. charges filed by a county attorney, district attorney, or U.S.
attorney alleging a
18 violation of any state or federal law involving controlled substances, fraud, or a
19 registerable sex offense; and }
2. Page 2, Line 52 through Page 3, Line 62 :
(ix) charges filed with any county attorney, district attorney, or U.S.
attorney in any
53 court of competent jurisdiction for a violation of any state or federal law involving the use of a
54 motor vehicle
a violation of any state or federal law involving fraud;
a violation of any state or federal law involving a registerable
sex offense under
57 Section 77-27-21.5
(xi) charges filed by any county attorney, district attorney, or U.S. attorney
in a court of
59 competent jurisdiction alleging any violation under Subsections (2)(b)(vii) through (x). }
60 (c) Any action taken by the administrator under Subsection (2)(b)
61 remain in effect until a final resolution is reached by the court involved or the charges are
The motion passed with Rep. Dougall voting in opposition.
MOTION: Rep. Dougall moved to adjourn.
MOTION: Rep. Dunnigan moved to adjourn at 5:22. The motion passed with Reps. Clark, Dougall and Morgan voting in opposition.
MOTION: Rep. Dunnigan moved to pass out favorably HB 299 as amended . The motion passed with Reps. Dougall and Murray voting in opposition and Rep. King absent for the vote.
Rep. Adams adjourned the meeting at 5:22 p.m.
Representative Joseph G. Murray