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TO:Members of the Senate Business and Labor Standing Committee
Sen. Curtis S. Bramble, Chair
Committee Meeting

DATE:Wednesday, February 22, 2017
TIME:4:00 PM
PLACE:215 Senate Building

- Call to order and approval of minutes

- The following bills are scheduled for consideration:
1. SB0248Physical Therapy Licensure Compact   (E. Vickers)
2. SB0250Food Truck Licensing and Regulation   (D. Henderson)
3. SB0222Equitable Allocation of Public Transit District Funding   (K. Mayne)
4. SB0129Salvage Vehicle Amendments   (C. Bramble)
5. HB0042S01Insurance Related Modifications   (J. Dunnigan)
6. HCR013Concurrent Resolution for Public Employees' Benefit and Insurance Program   (J. Dunnigan)
7. HB0238S01Payment of Wages Act Amendments   (T. Hawkes)


Sen. Curtis S. Bramble, Chair

Sen. Gene DavisSen. Daniel HemmertSen. Don L. Ipson
Sen. Karen MayneSen. Ralph OkerlundSen. Jerry W. Stevenson
Sen. Todd Weiler

Committee Analyst: M'kynzi E. Newbold, Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel
Committee Secretary: Karen Allred

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