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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 2011, 2:00 P.M.

Members Present:    Sen. Stuart Reid, Committee Chair
            Sen. Ralph Okerlund
            Sen. Jerry Stevenson
            Sen. Michael Waddoups
            Sen. Patricia Jones
            Sen. Karen Morgan     
Staff Present:    Art Hunsaker, Policy Analyst
            Karen Allred, Committee Secretary

Public Speakers Present: Cassey Hill, Utah Medical Association
         Aleta Taylor, South Jordan City Council

A list of visitors and a copy of handouts are filed with the committee minutes.

Chair Reid called the meeting to order at 2:15 p.m.

MOTION: Sen. Stevenson moved to approve minutes of the January 31, 2011, meeting.

    The motion passed unanimously with Sens. Okerlund and Jones absent for the vote.

1.     S.B. 134 Transparency in Health Care Provider Advertising (J. Stevenson)

    Sen. Stevenson explained the bill assisted by Casey Hill, Utah Medical Association, both of whom answered questions from the committee.

    Aleta Taylor, South Jordan Community Council, spoke in support of the bill.

     MOTION: Sen. Okerlund moved to transmit S.B. 134 with a favorable recommendation.

    The motion passed unanimously with Sen. Jones absent for the vote.

2.     S.C.R. 6 Concurrent Resolution Honoring the Sorsenson Legacy Foundation
(C. Bramble)

    Sen. Bramble explained the bill.

     MOTION: Sen. Morgan moved to transmit S.C.R. 6 with a favorable recommendation.

    The motion passed unanimously with Sen. Jones absent for the vote.

3.     S.C.R. 9 Philo T. Farnsworth Concurrent Resolution (D. Stowell)

Sen. Stowell distributed the following amendments:

1.    Page 1, Lines 22 through 23 :    

             22          WHEREAS, Philo T. Farnsworth has deep roots in Beaver, Utah, where he was born
             23      August 19, 1906, in a log cabin
{   and where his father had served as mayor in the 1880s   } ;

2.    Page 3, Lines 65 through 70 :    

             65          WHEREAS, in 1999, Time Magazine included Farnsworth in the "Time 100: The Most
             66      Important People of the Century";
{   and   }

  WHEREAS, the log cabin where Philo T. Farnsworth was born has been restored and can be visited by the public; and      

             67          WHEREAS, a statue of Philo T. Farnsworth is one of two statues representing the state
             68      of Utah in the National Statuary Hall Collection in the United States Capitol, a second statue of
             69      Farnsworth stands in the Utah State Capitol, and a third statue stands in his hometown of
             70      Beaver:
    MOTION: Sen. Okerlund moved to adopt the amendments.

    The motion passed unanimously with Sen. Jones absent for the vote.
     MOTION: Sen. Stevenson moved to transmit S.C.R. 9 with a favorable recommendation.

    The motion passed unanimously.
    MOTION: Sen. Morgan moved to adjourn.

    The motion passed unanimously.

    Chair Reid adjourned the meeting at 3:42 p.m.


Sen. Stuart Reid, Committee Chair