P.O. BOX 145115 • SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 84114-5515 • (801) 538-1035

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

DATE:Monday, March 4, 2019
TIME:8:00 AM
PLACE:215 Senate Building

- Call to order and approval of the minutes of the February 27, 2019, meeting.

- The following bills are scheduled for consideration:
1. SB0228Public Infrastructure District Act   (D. McCay)
2. SB0210Revised Athletic Agent Act   (L. Hillyard)
3. SB0221Veterans Preference in Private Employment   (J. Anderegg)
4. HB0152Voluntary Commitment of a Firearm Amendments   (A.C. Maloy)
5. HB0230S02Exemptions from Collection Amendments   (K. Stratton)
6. HB0322Title Insurance Amendments   (M. McKell)
7. HJR019Joint Resolution Directing a Study of Blockchain Technology   (M. McKell)
8. HJR008Proposal to Amend Utah Constitution - Slavery and Involuntary Servitude Prohibition   (S. Hollins)


Sen. Curtis S. Bramble, Chair

Sen. Jacob L. AndereggSen. Kirk A. CullimoreSen. Gene Davis
Sen. Daniel HemmertSen. Don L. IpsonSen. Karen Mayne
Sen. Daniel McCay

Committee Analyst: Adam J. Sweet, Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel
Committee Secretary: Karen C. Allred

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