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TO:Members of the Senate Transportation, Public Utilities, Energy, and Technology Standing Committee
Sen. David G. Buxton, Chair
Committee Meeting

DATE:Monday, February 26, 2018
TIME:4:00 PM
PLACE:215 Senate Building

- Call to order and approval of minutes

- The following bills are scheduled for consideration:
1. HB0076Tire Recycling Amendments   (S. Sandall)
2. HB0184S01Driver License Form Amendments   (R. Ward)
3. HB0266S01Limited Access Highway Amendments   (R. C. Webb)
4. HB0314S01Class B and Class C Road Funds Amendments   (M. Noel)
5. HB0171S01Motor Vehicle Emissions Amendments   (A. Romero)
6. HB0368Autism License Plate Amendments   (R. Edwards)

- Bill tabled previously:
SB0210Intoxicated Driving Limit Changes   (J. Dabakis)


Sen. David G. Buxton, Chair

Sen. J. Stuart AdamsSen. Jacob L. AndereggSen. Jim Dabakis
Sen. Wayne A. HarperSen. Karen MayneSen. Kevin T. Van Tassell

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

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