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TO:Members of the Senate Health and Human Services Standing Committee
Sen. Lincoln Fillmore, Chair
Committee Meeting

DATE:Monday, February 13, 2017
TIME:8:00 AM
PLACE:250 State Capitol

- Call to order and approval of minutes

- The following bills are scheduled for consideration:
1. SCR008Health Care Freedom Concurrent Resolution   (D. Hemmert)
2. SCR009Concurrent Resolution Concerning the Oral Health Care of Utah's At-risk Populations   (P. Knudson)
3. SJR012Joint Resolution Designating Post-traumatic Stress Injury Awareness Day   (P. Knudson)
4. HB0060Deaf and Hard of Hearing Amendments   (N. Thurston)
5. HB0061Pharmacy Service for Discharged Hospital Patients   (E. Redd)
6. HB0066S01Opiate Overdose Response Act Amendments   (C. Moss)
7. HB0154Telehealth Amendments   (K. Ivory)
8. HB0227Emergency Medical Service System Amendments   (A. Gardiner)


Sen. Lincoln Fillmore, Chair

Sen. Allen M. ChristensenSen. Jim DabakisSen. Luz Escamilla
Sen. Peter C. KnudsonSen. Brian E. ShiozawaSen. Kevin T. Van Tassell
Sen. Evan J. Vickers

Committee Analyst: Mark D. Andrews, Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel
Committee Secretary: Nancy Skidmore

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