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TO:Members of the Senate Economic Development and Workforce Services Standing Committee
Sen. David P. Hinkins, Chair
Committee Meeting

DATE:Wednesday, February 22, 2023
TIME:9:00 AM
LOCATION:215 Senate Building
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Members of the public may participate in the meeting remotely by visiting the committee's webpage at le.utah.gov to access the live streaming options.

- Call to order and approval of minutes from February 17, 2023

- The following bills are scheduled for consideration:
1. HB0355Utah Data Research Center Amendments   (V. Peterson)
2. HB0186State Land Purchase Restrictions   (C. Pierucci)
3. HB0280Local Government Construction Project Bid Notice   (D. Owens)
4. HB0284S01Public Library Background Check Requirements   (D.N. Johnson)
5. HB0303S02Elections Record Amendments   (N. Thurston)
6. HB0401S01Homeowners Association Requirements   (C.K. Acton)


Sen. David P. Hinkins, Chair

Sen. Karen KwanSen. Michael K. McKellSen. Ann Millner
Sen. Derrin R. OwensSen. Jerry W. Stevenson

Committee Analyst: Sivan Nizan, Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel
Committee Secretary: Karen C. Allred

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