House of Representatives  State of Utah

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TO:Members of the House Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Standing Committee
Rep. Ryan D. Wilcox, Chair
Rep. Matthew H. Gwynn, Vice Chair
Committee Meeting

DATE:Thursday, February 2, 2023
TIME:3:40 PM
LOCATION:30 House Building
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- Call to order and approval of minutes

- The following bills are scheduled for consideration:
1. HJR010Proposal to Amend Utah Constitution - Election of County Sheriffs   (B. Wilson)
2. HB0278First Responder Mental Health Services Grant Program   (R. Wilcox)
3. HB0061School Safety Requirements   (R. Wilcox)
4. HB0140Standard Response Protocol to Active Threats in Schools   (D.N. Johnson)
5. HB0304Juvenile Justice Revisions   (K. Lisonbee)
6. HB0060Juvenile Justice Modifications   (C.K. Acton)
7. HB0107Concealed Weapons Permit Fee Amendments   (K. Lisonbee)
8. HB0219Firearms Regulations   (K. Lisonbee)
9. HB0300Voluntary Firearm Restrictions Amendments   (S. Eliason)
10. HB0086Firearm Reporting Requirements   (Brian S. King)
11. HB0165Firearm Discharge on Private Property Amendments   (T. Lee)


Rep. Ryan D. Wilcox, Chair
Rep. Matthew H. Gwynn, Vice Chair

Rep. Melissa G. BallardRep. Jefferson S. BurtonRep. Katy Hall
Rep. Sahara HayesRep. Sandra HollinsRep. Trevor Lee
Rep. Karianne LisonbeeRep. Val L. PetersonRep. Mike Schultz
Rep. Andrew StoddardRep. Stephen L. Whyte

Committee Analyst: John Feinauer, Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel
Committee Secretary: An Bradshaw

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