requires the Criminal Investigations and Technical Services Division of the
Department of Public Safety to notify an administrator at a school district, charter
school, or private school when a new entry is made against an employee or volunteer
whose fingerprints are held on file regarding any matters involving an alleged
offense against property; and
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(C) any matters involving an alleged alcohol-related offense;
(D) any matters involving an alleged offense against the person under Title 76,
5, Offenses Against the Person
(E) any matters involving an alleged offense against property under Title 76,
Chapter 6, Offenses Against Property.
(iii) The [
cost of maintaining the separate file shall be paid by the] school district,
charter school, or private school shall pay the cost of maintaining the separate file
charged to [those] applicants, volunteers, and employees submitting fingerprints
The motion passed unanimously.
Spoke to the bill: Jackie de Gasten
MOTION: Rep. Poulson moved to pass out the bill favorably.
The motion passed unanimously with Rep. Stratton absent for the vote.
H.B. 81 Parental Review of Statewide Summative Test Questions (Rep. M. Kennedy)
Rep. Kennedy explained the bill to the committee.
Spoke to the bill: Brad Asay, President, American Federation of Teachers
Spoke for the bill: Tiffany Hess, parent
Gayle Ruzicka, Eagle Forum
Jackie de Gasten
Jason Carmon, father
Spoke against the bill: Sarah Jones, Utah Education Association
MOTION: Rep. Cunningham moved to adjourn.
H.B. 249 Grants for Digital Textbooks (Rep. J. Anderegg)
The bill was not heard.
The motion to adjourn passed unanimously with Rep. Last, Rep. Moss, Rep. Poulson, and Rep.
Sanpei absent for the vote. Rep. Snow adjourned the meeting at 5:57 p.m.
Rep. Francis Gibson, Chair