P.O. BOX 145115 • SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 84114-5515 • (801) 538-1035

TO:Members of the Senate Government Operations and Political Subdivisions Standing Committee
Sen. Margaret Dayton, Chair
Committee Meeting

DATE:Tuesday, March 1, 2016
TIME:8:04 AM
PLACE:415 State Capitol

- Call to order and approval of minutes

- The following bills are scheduled for consideration:
1. SB0233Governmental Immunity Act Amendments   (C. Bramble)
2. SB0228Multicounty Assessing and Collecting Levy Amendments   (H. Stephenson)
3. SB0227Private Security Licensing Board Amendments   (M. Dayton)
4. HB0220Legislative Organization Amendments   (L. Christensen)
5. HB0359Political Subdivision Ethics Commission Amendments   (J. Draxler)
6. HB0110S03Election Law Changes   (C. Hall)
7. HJR005Joint Rules Resolution on Redistricting Standards   (M. Nelson)
8. HJR011Joint Resolution Designating Utah as a Purple Heart State   (F. Cox)
9. HB0285Board of Examiners Meeting Notice Amendments   (R. Chavez-Houck)


Sen. Margaret Dayton, Chair

Sen. Luz EscamillaSen. Lyle W. HillyardSen. David P. Hinkins
Sen. Alvin B. JacksonSen. Daniel W. Thatcher

Committee Analyst: Megan L. Bolin, Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel
Committee Secretary: Lori Brinkerhoff

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