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TO:Members of the Senate Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Environment Standing Committee
Sen. Scott D. Sandall, Chair
Electronic Committee Meeting

DATE:Friday, February 26, 2021
TIME:4:00 PM
ANCHOR LOCATION:210 Senate Building
*This electronic meeting may be held without an anchor location if the committee chair determines that conducting the meeting with an anchor location presents a substantial risk to the health and safety of those who may be present at the anchor location. Whether the meeting is conducted with or without an anchor location, members of the public may participate remotely in the meeting. To participate remotely in the electronic meeting, please visit the committee’s webpage at https://le.utah.gov to access the live streaming options.

- Call to order and approval of minutes

- The following bills are scheduled for consideration:
1. SB0225Navajo Water Rights Negotiation   (D. Hinkins)
2. SJR014Joint Resolution on Settlement of Federal Reserved Water Right Claims   (D. Hinkins)
3. HCR019Concurrent Resolution Recognizing Farmers Feeding Utah   (S. Chew)
4. HB0227S03Self Defense Amendments   (K. Lisonbee)
5. HJR007S03Joint Resolution Amending Rules of Criminal Procedure on Motions   (C. Watkins)
6. HCR010Concurrent Resolution Regarding an Interlocal Agreement Creating the Jordan River Commission   (C.K. Acton)
7. HB0296S02Soil Health Amendments   (J. Ferry)


Sen. Scott D. Sandall, Chair

Sen. David G. BuxtonSen. Gene DavisSen. Keith Grover
Sen. David P. HinkinsSen. Jani IwamotoSen. Derrin R. Owens
Sen. Evan J. Vickers

Committee Analyst: Nathan W. Brady, Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel
Committee Secretary: Kristen Anderson

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