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TO:Members of the Senate Health and Human Services Standing Committee
Sen. Ronald Winterton, Chair
Committee Meeting

DATE:Wednesday, February 13, 2019
TIME:3:40 PM
PLACE:250 State Capitol

- Call to order and approval of minutes

- The following bills and item are scheduled for consideration:
1. SB0059Child Welfare Worker Protections   (E. Vickers)
2. SB0143Public Education Vision Screening   (L. Escamilla)
3. HB0077Health Information Exchange Amendments   (B. Daw)
4. HB0165Dandy-walker Syndrome Awareness Day   (K. Coleman)
5. Report by U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Region 8 Director Dr. Brian E. Shiozawa, M.D., on Secretary Alex M. Azar II's priorities, with Q&A by the committee.
6. HCR004Concurrent Resolution Supporting Utah's Every Kid Outdoors Initiative   (P. Arent)
7. HCR008Concurrent Resolution Recognizing the Work of the Stop the Bleed Initiative and Campaign   (R. Spendlove)


Sen. Ronald Winterton, Chair

Sen. J. Stuart AdamsSen. David G. BuxtonSen. Allen M. Christensen
Sen. Luz EscamillaSen. Jani IwamotoSen. Scott D. Sandall
Sen. Evan J. Vickers

Committee Analyst: Mark D. Andrews, Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel
Committee Secretary: Nancy Skidmore

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