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TO:Members of the Senate Government Operations and Political Subdivisions Standing Committee
Sen. Don L. Ipson, Chair
Committee Meeting

DATE:Friday, February 9, 2018
TIME:3:00 PM
PLACE:415 State Capitol

- Call to order and approval of minutes

- The following bills are scheduled for consideration:
1. SB0160Cold Case Database   (T. Weiler)
2. SJR011Joint Resolution Authorizing Energy Solutions to Create a Landfill for Non-Radioactive Waste   (D. Thatcher)
3. HB0134S01Conflict of Interest Disclosure Requirements   (V. Potter)
4. HB0061County Recorder Amendments   (C.K. Acton)
5. HB0072S02Communications of Governmental Entity Employees and Officers   (J. Fawson)
6. HB0113Candidate Filing Amendments   (C. Hall)
7. HB0151Utah Population Estimates Production   (R. Spendlove)
8. HB0166Division of State History Amendments   (M. Winder)
9. HB0253S01Trust Lands Amendments   (V. L. Snow)


Sen. Don L. Ipson, Chair

Sen. J. Stuart AdamsSen. Margaret DaytonSen. Luz Escamilla
Sen. David P. HinkinsSen. Jani IwamotoSen. Peter C. Knudson
Sen. Daniel W. Thatcher

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

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