House of Representatives  State of Utah

P.O. BOX 145030 • SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 84114-5030 • (801)538-1029


TO:Members of the House Business and Labor Standing Committee
Rep. James A. Dunnigan, Chair
Rep. A. Cory Maloy, Vice Chair
Committee Meeting

DATE:Wednesday, January 30, 2019
TIME:2:00 PM
PLACE:445 State Capitol

- Call to order and approval of minutes

- The following bills are scheduled for consideration:
1. HB0018Massage Therapy Practice Act Amendments   (M. Roberts)
2. HB0023Gambling Machines Amendments   (M. McKell)
3. HB0051Free Market Protection and Privatization Board Revisions   (K. Christofferson)
4. HB0095Bad Check Fee Amendments   (K. Ivory)
5. HB0132Occupational and Professional Licensing Amendments   (K. Kwan)
6. HB0159Certified Public Accountant Exam Amendments   (J. Hawkins)


Rep. James A. Dunnigan, Chair
Rep. A. Cory Maloy, Vice Chair

Rep. Brady BrammerRep. Susan DuckworthRep. Craig Hall
Rep. Brian S. KingRep. John KnotwellRep. Michael K. McKell
Rep. Calvin R. MusselmanRep. Tim QuinnRep. Marc K. Roberts
Rep. Mike SchultzRep. Casey SniderRep. Mark A. Wheatley
Rep. Mike Winder

Committee Analyst: Adam J. Sweet, Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel
Committee Secretary: An Bradshaw

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