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TO:Members of the Senate Government Operations and Political Subdivisions Standing Committee
Sen. Daniel W. Thatcher, Chair
Committee Meeting

DATE:Thursday, January 31, 2019
TIME:2:00 PM
PLACE:220 Senate Building

- Call to order

- The following bills are scheduled for consideration:
1. SB0050Local Government Office Amendments   (E. Vickers)
2. SB0070Unclaimed Property Amendments   (L. Hillyard)
3. SCR005Concurrent Resolution Recognizing Edward T. Alter for His Service as Utah State Treasurer   (R. Okerlund)
4. SB0060Automatic Local District Withdrawal Amendments   (L. Fillmore)
5. SB0090Political Signs Amendments   (T. Weiler)
6. SB0104Removal or Disruption of Survey Monuments   (D. G. Buxton)
7. SB0061Poll Hours for Early Voting   (J. Iwamoto)
8. SB0062Campaign Finance Revisions   (J. Iwamoto)
9. SB0089Conflict Disclosure Amendments   (J. Iwamoto)
10. HB0026Political Subdivision Lien Amendments   (C.K. Acton)


Sen. Daniel W. Thatcher, Chair

Sen. J. Stuart AdamsSen. David G. BuxtonSen. Don L. Ipson
Sen. Jani IwamotoSen. Kathleen RiebeSen. Todd Weiler

Committee Analyst: Brian J. Bean, Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel
Committee Secretary: Paula Morgan

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