House of Representatives  State of Utah

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TO:Members of the House Business and Labor Standing Committee
Rep. A. Cory Maloy, Chair
Rep. Stephen L. Whyte, Vice Chair
Committee Meeting

DATE:Thursday, January 19, 2023
TIME:2:00 PM
LOCATION:445 State Capitol
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- Call to order and approval of minutes

- The following bills are scheduled for consideration:
1. HB0035Unfair Practices Act Amendments   (N. Thurston)
2. HB0078Behavioral Health Treatment Access Amendments   (S. Eliason)
3. HB0094Reverse Mortgage Amendments   (W. Brooks)


Rep. A. Cory Maloy, Chair
Rep. Stephen L. Whyte, Vice Chair

Rep. Carl R. AlbrechtRep. Brady BrammerRep. Walt Brooks
Rep. Jefferson S. BurtonRep. James A. DunniganRep. Jon Hawkins
Rep. Brian S. KingRep. Ashlee MatthewsRep. Calvin R. Musselman
Rep. Thomas W. PetersonRep. Mike SchultzRep. Norman Thurston
Rep. Ryan D. Wilcox

Committee Analyst: Rohnin Randles, Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel
Committee Secretary: An Bradshaw

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