House of Representatives  State of Utah

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


TO:Members of the House Education Standing Committee
Rep. V. Lowry Snow, Chair
Rep. Susan Pulsipher, Vice Chair
Committee Meeting

DATE:Thursday, February 27, 2020
TIME:8:00 AM
PLACE:30 House Building

- Call to order and approval of minutes

- The following bills are scheduled for consideration:
1. HJR013Proposal to Amend Utah Constitution - State Board of Education   (M.G. Ballard)
2. HB0372Digital Wellness, Citizenship, and Safe Technology Commission   (K. Stratton)
3. HB0392Early Warning Program Amendments   (V. Peterson)
4. SB0117Higher Education Financial Aid Amendments   (D. Hemmert)


Rep. V. Lowry Snow, Chair
Rep. Susan Pulsipher, Vice Chair

Rep. Melissa G. BallardRep. Dan N. JohnsonRep. Bradley G. Last
Rep. Carol Spackman MossRep. Jefferson MossRep. Lee B. Perry
Rep. Val L. PetersonRep. Marie H. PoulsonRep. Adam Robertson
Rep. Steve WaldripRep. Christine F. Watkins

Committee Analyst: Micah Ann Wixom, Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel
Committee Secretary: Steve Benard

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