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TO:Members of the Senate Transportation and Public Utilities and Technology Standing Committee
Sen. Alvin B. Jackson, Chair
Committee Meeting

DATE:Monday, February 29, 2016
TIME:4:00 PM
PLACE:215 Senate Building

- Call to order and approval of minutes

- The following bills are scheduled for consideration:
1. HB0097Children with Cancer Special License Plate   (R. Edwards)
2. HB0130Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Amendments   (P. Arent)
3. HB0227Electronic Driver License Amendments   (C. Hall)
4. HB0283S01Public Utility Easement Amendments   (M. Nelson)
5. HB0209Public Transit District Board County Appointment Amendments   (Johnny Anderson)
6. HB0241Computer Abuse and Data Recovery Act   (R. Chavez-Houck)
7. HB0280S01Autonomous Vehicle Study   (R. Spendlove)
8. HB0314Bedding, Upholstered Furniture, and Quilted Clothing Inspection Act Amendments   (S. Handy)
9. HB0344S01Move over Amendments   (S. Eliason)


Sen. Alvin B. Jackson, Chair

Sen. J. Stuart AdamsSen. Wayne A. HarperSen. David P. Hinkins
Sen. Karen MayneSen. Kevin T. Van Tassell

Committee Analyst: Alex R. Janak, Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel
Committee Secretary: Chandler Young

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