House of Representatives  State of Utah

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TO:Members of the House Government Operations Standing Committee
Rep. Calvin R. Musselman, Chair
Rep. Michael J. Petersen, Vice Chair
Committee Meeting

DATE:Wednesday, February 21, 2024
TIME:4:00 PM
LOCATION:30 House Building
Members of the public may participate in the meeting remotely by visiting the committee's webpage at to access the live streaming options.

- Call to order and approval of minutes for February 20, 2024.

- The following bills are scheduled for consideration:
1. HB0462Employee Compensation Amendments   (R. Lesser )
2. HB0542Lobbyist Disclosure and Regulation Act Modifications   (B. Brammer )
3. SB0108Veteran Access to State Parks   (K. Kwan )
4. SB0174S01Safe Leave Amendments   (S. Pitcher )


Rep. Calvin R. Musselman, Chair
Rep. Michael J. Petersen, Vice Chair

Rep. Brady BrammerRep. Jennifer Dailey-ProvostRep. Stephanie Gricius
Rep. Sahara HayesRep. A. Cory MaloyRep. Val L. Peterson
Rep. Candice B. PierucciRep. Mike SchultzRep. Andrew Stoddard
Rep. Norman K ThurstonRep. Douglas R. Welton

Committee Analyst: Adam J. Sweet, Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel
Committee Secretary: Karen C. Allred

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