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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 - 04:27 PM

Senate Judiciary Reports Two Bills, One Comm. Sub. to the Floor

The Senate Judiciary Committee has approved two bills and one committee substitute to be reported to the floor with the recommendation that they pass.

ORG 1 is a bill created by the Senate Judiciary that would repeal a Division of Natural Resources legislative rule realing to the Litter Control Grant Program, since the Department of Environmental Protection is now in authority over the program.

SB 214 would adopt the Uniform Electronic Legal Material Act to preserve and protect certain legal material in official electronic records that may be unavailable in physical form.

The committee substitute for SB 125 contains nine seperate bills relating to authorizing the Department of Health and Human Resources to promulgate legislative rules. These bills are SB 118 through SB 126.

SB 118 would authorize the Department of Health and Human Resources to promulgate a legislative rule relating to expedited partner therapy.

SB 119 would authorize the Department of Health and Human Resources to promulgate a legislative rule relating to clinical laboratory technician and technologist licensure and certification.

SB 120 would authorize the Department of Health and Human Resources to promulgate a legislative rule relating to clandestine drug laboratory remediation.

SB 121 would authorize the Department of Health and Human Resources to promulgate a legislative rule relating to medication-assisted opioid treatment programs.

SB 122 would authorize the Department of Health and Human Resources to promulgate a legislative rule relating to office-based, medication-assisted treatment.

SB 123 would authorize the Health Care Authority to promulgate a legislative rule relating to exemption from certificate of need.

SB 124 would authorize the Health Care Authority to promulgate a legislative rule relating to Rural Health Systems Grant Program.

SB 125 would authorize the Health Care Authority to promulgate a legislative rule relating to the Hospital Assistance Grant Program.

SB 126 would authorize the Health Care Authority to promulgate a legislative rule relating to certificate of need.

Senator Charles Trump (R-Morgan), Chair, removed SB 55 from consideration on the agenda for today, but said the bill would be revisited in a future meeting.



Wednesday, February 22, 2017 - 03:58 PM

Four Bills Moved through House Judiciary Today

The House Judiciary Committee met at 9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. today and moved HB 2506, HB 2486, HB 2083, and HB 2585.

HB 2506 would require permits limits to be calculated using design flows recommended by the United States Environmental Protection Agency for protection of human health. It's a technical bill and it was said the bill would not alter the existing quality standards. It allows for overlapping of mixing zones, which could lead to more carcinogens and toxins released into streams and rivers. 

HB 2486 would allow medical records and releases for medical information to be requested and required without a court order, when a party's health condition is at issue in a civil action. 

HB 2083 would increase the penalties from exposing children to methamphetamine manufacturing from 2-10 years to 3-15 years.

HB 2585 would create criminal offenses relating to money laundering. Two new felonies are specified in the bill: laundering criminal proceeds through financial transaction and the transportation, transmission, or transfer of criminal proceeds. 



Wednesday, February 22, 2017 - 03:15 PM

Senate Pensions Approves Four Bills

The Senate Pensions Committee has approved four bills to be reported to the floor with the recommendation to pass.

SB 321 would provide minimum reporting requirements for employee information to the Consolidated Public Retirement Board.

SB 354 would permit municipalities with policemen’s and firemen’s pension plans fully funded at or above 125 percent to not pay normal cost into the pension plans.

SB 355 would update the required minimum distribution laws to be in compliance with federal internal revenue code requirements.

SB 371 would require the Consolidated Public Retirement Board to adopt a four-year smoothing method relating to actuarial gains and losses on Teachers Retirement System Fund assets.

Senate Bills 354, 355 and 371 will be referred to Senate Finance once reported to the floor.



Wednesday, February 22, 2017 - 02:52 PM

Senate Economic Development Approves Two Tax Credits

The Senate Economic Development Committee has approved two bills to be reported to the floor that would create two new tax credits for the state.

The first, SB 238, would increase the tax credits allowed for rehabilitation of certified historic structures from the current 10% percent to a 25% percent credit.

The bill was on layover from the last committee meeting, since members wished to review the fiscal note further. 

The second, SB 341, would establish a tax credit for West Virginia business growth in low-income communities. 

Advantage Capital spokesman Ryan Dressler discussed his support for the bill and said West Virginia has "underperformed" in providing finances for growing small businesses throughout the state.

Dressler said this bill would help investment companies and Community Development Entities provide existing businesses with the funding necessary for expansion.

Both bills will be referred to Senate Finance once reported to the floor.



Wednesday, February 22, 2017 - 01:51 PM

Seven Bills Passed in House

Today seven bills were passed by the House of Delegates.

Com. Sub. for HB 2167 creates a Silver Alert program for senior citizens. It sets guidelines to be met before a Silver Alert can be activated. 

HB 2300 regulates the use of step therapy protocols by providing a simple and quick process for exceptions to the protocols that the health care provider deems not in the best interests of the patient.

Com. Sub for HB 2301 permits individuals to enter into agreements for direct primary care with an individual or other legal entity authorized to provide primary care services, outside of an insurance plan or outside of the Medicaid or Medicare program and pay for the care. 

Com. Sub. for HB 2318 strengthens and establishes criminal offenses relating to human trafficking. 

Com. Sub. for HB 2347 allows schools licensed to provide barber, cosmetology and related training to hold theory classes and clinical classes at different locations and prohibit schools from being established in salons, spas, and similar locations. 

HB 2348 eliminates any requirement that class hours of students be consecutive when studying professions regulated by the board of Barbers and Cosmetologists. 

HB 2431 allows influenza immunizations to be offered to patients and residents if specified facilities on a voluntary basis based upon recommendations of the Center for Disease Control.

Committee Meetings Today

Veteran Affairs and Homeland Security: 1:15 p.m.

Judiciary: 2 p.m. in 410M

Finance: 2 p.m. in 460M

Gov. Org.: 2 p.m. in 215E

Education: 2 p.m. in 434M

Committee Meetings Tomorrow

Small Business, Entrepreneurship, and Economic Development: 9 a.m. in 434M

Judiciary Sub-Committee on HB 2364: 10 a.m. in 410M

Banking and Insurance: 10 p.m. in 215E

Senior Citizen Issues: 1 p.m. in 215E

Health and Human Resources: 2 p.m. in 215E

Energy: 2 p.m. in 410M

Select Committee on Prevention and Treatment: 3:30 p.m. in 215E

Education Sub-Committee on K-12 Issues: 4:30 p.m. in 434M

The House is adjourned until 11 a.m.



Wednesday, February 22, 2017 - 01:40 PM

Senate Passes Three Bills and Discusses Budget

Today the Senate met and passed three bills and also discussed the budget. The bills that were passed and sent on to the house were SB 188, SB 222, and SB 242.

Senate Bill 188 would correct the definition of "telehealth" in medication-assisted treatment programs.

Senate Bill 222 would relate to disqualification for unemployment benefits. Senator Trump (R-Morgan) said this bill makes it clear that those who are on strike cannot receive unemployment benefits. Other senators had concerns that this bill would make it harder for those who were locked out of their places of employment and who couldn't work because of it to get unemployment benefits. The bill passed with a vote of 22 yeas and 11 nays.

Senate Bill 242 would relate to school calendars.

Senate bills 387-404 were introduced today.

Senate Resolution 18 was adopted which would designate the week of March 5th-11th, 2017 as MS Awareness Week. Senator Ojeda (D-Logan) said that he supported the resolution and reminded the Senate of his proposed bill to legalize medical marijuana and how much it could help those who suffer from MS.

Bills on second reading were SB 182 which had an amendment that was adopted, SB 240, and SB 330 which will lie over one day.

Many senators discussed their concerns over Governor Justice's proposed budget bill. After encouragement of bipartisanship in this matter by both parties, Senator Palumbo (D-Kanawha) said that the Senate needs to "shut up and do our jobs" in regard to the budget.

The following committees are meeting:

Finance at 3 p.m. and tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. in 451M.

Economic Development at 1:20 p.m. in 208W.

Agriculture at 2 p.m. in 208W.

Pensions at 2 p.m. in 451M.

Judiciary at 3 p.m. in 208W.

Workforce at 10 a.m. tomorrow in 208W.

 

 

The Senate has adjourned until 11 a.m. tomorrow.



Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - 03:47 PM

Senate Energy Considers Eliminating Tax Credit for Wind Power

The Senate Committee on Energy, Industry and Mining has postponed making a decision on whether or not to approve of a bill that would repeal tax credits for wind power projects in the state. 

The bill, SB 16, would eliminate a section of the Code that was added in 2001.

The fiscal note for the bill states that the elimination of this section would be of no cost to the state government and would include an annual increase of $8 million annually in revenue, starting in fiscal year 2019.

Some senators raised concerns toward the constitutionality of the bill, since they believed the bill could violate the protection of private property by eliminating a tax credit those properties might rely on.

Staff counsel said the bill would most likely not violate the state constitution, since a tax credit would affect the money of an individual, not the property directly.

Judy Rodd of Friends of Blackwater spoke in support of the bill. She said the wind power projects around the state have brought certain liabilities to the surrounding communities.

Specifically, Rodd said many people have confronted wind power companies about the noise produced by the wind turbines, the decline in property value they can cause, and the danger they pose to birds in the state.

Rodd also mentioned that eliminating the tax credit could help with the budget gap by giving the state $8 million more annually.

"This would be a good place to look," Rodd said.

Bruce Burcat spoke on behalf of the Mid-Atlantic Renewable Energy Coalition in opposition to the bill and said it would be "a significant detriment to [wind power] industry in West Virginia."

Burcat said the wind turbines have affected the state in a positive way to create clean energy solutions and provide jobs. He said repealing the tax credit would create a poor business environment for companies wishing to bring wind power projects to the state.

Currently, Burcat said states such as Ohio and Pennsylvania offer "favorable" tax credits for wind power projects.

The committee also moved consideration of bills SB 42 and SB 43 to the next meeting.



Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - 03:40 PM

Senate Education Approve Medicaid Related Bill, Postpone ACT Testing Bill

The Senate Education Committee has approved a bill relating to the State Board of Education and Medicaid-elligible children to be reported to the Senate floor.

The bill, SB 231, would allow the State Board of Education to delegate its Medicaid provider status and subsequent reimbursement to regional educational service agencies (RESAs) or county boards subject to the county board determining that there is a net benefit and no detraction from the educational program of the county.

SB 18 was appropriated to a sub-committee today after decision on the bill was postponed during the last Senate Education meeting Thursday, Feb. 16.

The bill would require ACT and ACT Aspire to be used as the official comprehensive statewide student assessment.

A subcommittee consisting of Senators Patricia Rucker (R-Jefferson), Robert Plymale (D-Wayne) and Charles Trump (R-Morgan) will further research and discuss the bill for the next committee meeting.

The committee will next meet Thursday, Feb. 23 at a time yet to be determined. 



Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - 02:53 PM

Committee on Senate Government Organization Reports Three Bills

Today the Senate Committee on Government Organization met and reported three bills to the Committee on Judiciary with recommendation that they pass. The bills were SB 204, SB 349, and SB 337.

Senate Bill 204 would require people who are appointed to fill a vacancy by the Governor to have the same qualifications for the vacated office and receive the same compensation and expenses.

Senate Bill 349 would repeal outdated code related to the Division of Corrections.

Senate Bill 337 would relate to hiring correctional officers without regard to placement on the correctional officer register.



Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - 02:04 PM

Health and Human Resources Committee Reports Two Bills to Judiciary Committee

Today the Health and Human Resources Committee met and reported two bills to the Judiciary Committee with recommendation that they pass as amended. The bills were SB 121 and SB 122.

Senate Bill 121 would alter a rule from the Department of Health and Human Resources to medication-assisted opioid treatment programs. The amendments added on by council are technical to make sure the rule gets implemented properly.

Senate Bill 122 would be a new rule from the DHHR and would relate to medication-assisted treatment and office based medication-assisted treatment. This rule was also amended by council and recommended that it pass.



Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - 12:14 PM

Six bills advance to Third reading and three advance to Second reading

Today in the House of Delegate six bills were read a second time today and advanced to third reading. 

HB 2167 would establish a Silver Alert program for senior citizens and it would set criteria for when State Police can activate the Silver Alert.

HB 2300 would regulate the use of step therapy protocols by providing a simple and quick process for exceptions to the protocols that the health care provider deems not in the best interest of the patient. 

HB 2301 would permit individuals to enter into agreements for direct primary care with an individual or other legal entity authorized to provide primary care services, outside of an insurance plan or outside of the Medicaid or Medicare program and pay for the care. 

HB 2347 would allow schools licensed to provide barber, cosmetology and related training to hold theory classes and clinical classes at different locations and prohibits schools from being established in salons, spas, and similar locations. 

HB 2348 would eliminate any requirement that class hours of students be consecutive when studying professions regulated by the Board of Barbers and Cosmetologist. 

HB 2431 would allow influenza immunizations to be offered to patients and residents of specified facilities on a voluntary basis based upon recommendation of the Center for Disease Control.

Three bills were read for the first time and advanced on to second reading. 

HB 2404 would keep persons who are convicted of certain criminal offenses from acquiring property from their victims through joint tenancy or inheritance. The bill also creates exceptions. 

HB 2447 would rename the Court of Claims of the state as Claims Commission and rename the judges as commissioners. 

HB 2465 would modify the requirements that allow a child to witness to testify by closed circuit television. 

Committee Meetings Today

Political Subdivisions: 1 p.m. in 215E

Health: 2 p.m. in 215E

Judiciary Sub-Committee on HB 2544: 3 p.m. in 410M

Select Committee on Prevention and Treatment: 3:30 p.m. in 215E

Committee Meetings Tomorrow

Finance: 9 a.m. in 460M

Education: 9 a.m. in 434M

Gov. Org: 9 a.m. in 215E

Judiciary: 9:30 a.m. in 410M

Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security: 1 p.m. in 434M

The House is adjourned until 11 a.m. tomorrow. 



Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - 12:14 PM

Six bills advance to Third reading and three advance to Second reading

Today in the House of Delegate six bills were read a second time today and advanced to third reading. 

HB 2167 would establish a Silver Alert program for senior citizens and it would set criteria for when State Police can activate the Silver Alert.

HB 2300 would regulate the use of step therapy protocols by providing a simple and quick process for exceptions to the protocols that the health care provider deems not in the best interest of the patient. 

HB 2301 would permit individuals to enter into agreements for direct primary care with an individual or other legal entity authorized to provide primary care services, outside of an insurance plan or outside of the Medicaid or Medicare program and pay for the care. 

HB 2347 would allow schools licensed to provide barber, cosmetology and related training to hold theory classes and clinical classes at different locations and prohibits schools from being established in salons, spas, and similar locations. 

HB 2348 would eliminate any requirement that class hours of students be consecutive when studying professions regulated by the Board of Barbers and Cosmetologist. 

HB 2431 would allow influenza immunizations to be offered to patients and residents of specified facilities on a voluntary basis based upon recommendation of the Center for Disease Control.

Three bills were read for the first time and advanced on to second reading. 

HB 2404 would keep persons who are convicted of certain criminal offenses from acquiring property from their victims through joint tenancy or inheritance. The bill also creates exceptions. 

HB 2447 would rename the Court of Claims of the state as Claims Commission and rename the judges as commissioners. 

HB 2465 would modify the requirements that allow a child to witness to testify by closed circuit television. 

Committee Meetings Today

Political Subdivisions: 1 p.m. in 215E

Health: 2 p.m. in 215E

Judiciary Sub-Committee on HB 2544: 3 p.m. in 410M

Select Committee on Prevention and Treatment: 3:30 p.m. in 215E

Committee Meetings Tomorrow

Finance: 9 a.m. in 460M

Education: 9 a.m. in 434M

Gov. Org: 9 a.m. in 215E

Judiciary: 9:30 a.m. in 410M

Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security: 1 p.m. in 434M

The House is adjourned until 11 a.m. tomorrow. 



Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - 12:06 PM

Senate Passes Three Bills To the House Today

The Senate met today and passed three bills. These bills were SB 134, SB 202, and SB 249.

Senate Bill 134 would authorize the Bureau of Commerce to promulgate legislative rules.

Senate Bill 202 would relate to pawn brokers and gift cards. The bill's purpose is to stop any money laundering that can occur with gift cards in pawn shops.

Senate Bill 249 would relate to information required in abstract of judgement.

Senate Resolution 17 was adopted today. It designates February 21, 2017 as celebrating children and families day.

Bills on second reading were SB 188, SB 222, SB 242, and SB 330. SB 330 was requested to lie over one day.

Senate bills 357-386 were introduced.

The following committees meet today:

Energy, Industry and Mining at 1 p.m. in 208W.

Health and Human Resources at 1 p.m. in 451M.

Education at 2 p.m. in 451M.

Government Organization at 2 p.m. in 208W.

Judiciary at 3 p.m. in 208W.

Finance at 3 p.m. in 451M.

The committee on Workforce will meet at 10 a.m. tomorrow in 208W.

 

The senate is adjourned until 11 a.m. tomorrow.



Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - 10:47 AM

Senate Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure Reports Three Bills Today

Today the Senate Committee reported three bills out of the committee. They were SB 210, SB 164, and SB 173.

Senate Bill 210 would Provide for fair distribution of costs for county development by authorizing assessment and collection of fees. The two amendments for the bill give counties more flexibility in how much they collect. Senator Rucker (R-Jefferson) wanted to be sure that people wouldn't be getting double taxed and was assured my council that they wouldn't. The bill was then referred to the committee on finance and was given the recommendation that it pass.

Senate Bill 164 would relate to traffic regulations and special load limits. It would allow for extra space for large things coming off of a truck. It is geared towards transporting power poles. Senator Beach (D-Monongalia) wanted to be sure there were no weight limit changes to make sure bridges would be safe. Council assured him that there aren't. The bill was then reported to the floor with recommendation that it pass.

Senate Bill 173 would define an aoutocycle for the road as a three wheeled enclosed vehicle that meets all the safety requirements as a car. It was given the recommendation that it pass and was reported out of the committee.



Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - 09:47 AM

Eleven Bills Presented in House Ag. and Natural Resource Committee

The House Agriculture and Natural Resource Committee met this morning and discussed five agriculture bills and six natural resource bills. 

HB 2218 would authorize the Commissioner of Agriculture to issue a legislative rule relating to Dangerous Wild Animals.

HB 2219 would authorize the Commissioner of Agriculture to issue a legislative rule relating to Livestock Care Standards. 

HB 2233 would authorize the Commissioner of Agriculture to issue a legislative rule relating to Animal Disease Control.

HB 2234 would authorize the Commissioner of Agriculture to issue a legislative rule relating to Captive Cervid. 

HB 2296 would authorize the Board of Veterinary Medicine to issue a legislative rule relating to Standards of Practice.

HB 2231 would authorize the Division of Natural Resources to issue a legislative rule relating to the Point System of the Revocation of Hunting- Repeal.

HB 2248 would authorize the Dangerous Wild Animal Board to issue a legislative rule relating to the board.

HB 2268 would authorize the Division of Natural Resources to issue a legislative rule relating to Revocation of Hunting and Fishing Licenses. 

HB 2269 would authorize the Division of Natural Resources to issue a legislative Rule relating to Special Waterfowl Hunting.

HB 2270 would authorize the Division of Natural Resources to issue a legislaitve rule relating to the Commercial Sale of Wildlife.

HB 2271 would authorize the Division of Natural Resources to issue a legislative rule relating to Miscellaneous Permits and Licenses.

 



Monday, February 20, 2017 - 04:43 PM

Senate Judiciary Approves Drone Regulations

The Senate Judiciary Committee has reported a bill to the full Senate that would regulate unmanned aircraft systems, otherwise known as drones.

The bill, SB 9, would place restrictions on the use of drones, as well as provide criminal offenses and penalties for certain conduct while using a drone.

Most members were concerned with FAA safety regulations and constitutional considerations with the bill, including what distance would constitute an invasion of privacy, whether or not captured images could be published, etc.

The committee substitute of the bill was amended by Senators Ryan Weld (R-Brooke), Mike Romano (D-Harrison) and Robert Karnes (R-Upshur) to include some technical corrections, added restrictions, and considerations regarding the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.

Legal counsel to the committee Tom Smith said the purpose of the bill is to "fill in the blanks" of federal legislation regarding drones.

Members of the committee also considered a committee substitute containing SBs 105-113, as well as SB 41 and SB 236.

 



Monday, February 20, 2017 - 04:41 PM

Thirteen Bills Discussed in House Gov. Org.

Today, the House Government Organization Committee Meet and heard 13 pieces of legislation. 

HB 2286 would authorize the Secretary of State to issue a legislative rule relating to Voter Registration at the Division of Motor Vehicles.

HB 2287 would authorize the Secretary of State to issue a legislative rule relating to Voter Registration List Maintenance by the Secretary of State.

HB 2278 would authorize the Public Service Commission to issue a legislative rule relating to Telephone Conduit Occupancy.

HB 2285 would authorize the State Board of Sanitarians to issue a legislative rule relating to Practice of Public Health Sanitation.

HB 2289 would authorize the Board of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology to issue a legislative rule relating to Licensure of Speech-Pathology and Audiology.

HB 2250 would authorize the Ethics Commission to issue a legislative rule relating to Private Gain.

HB 2235 would authorize the Board of Architects to issue a legislative rule relating to the Registration of Architects.

HB 2236 would authorize the Athletic Commission to issue a legislative rule relating to Administrative Rule of the West Virginia State Athletic Commission.

HB 2237 would authorize the Athletic Commission to issue a legislative rule relating to Regulations of Mixed Martial Arts.

HB 2247 would authorize the Board of Examiners in Counseling to issue a legislative rule relating to Marriage and Family Therapist License Renewal and Continuing Professional Education Requirement.

HB 2244 would authorize the Board of Examiners in Counseling to issue a legislative rule relating to Licensed Professional Counselor Fees.

HB 2245 would authorize the Board of Examiners in Counseling to issue a legislative rule relating to Licensed Professional Counselor License Renewal and Continuing Professional Education Requirements.

HB 2246 would authorize the Board of Examiners in Counseling to issue a legislative rule relating to Marriage and Family Therapist Fees.

 

All bills were approved to the committee and will be sent to the floor with the recommendation that they do pass but first be referred to the judiciary. 



Monday, February 20, 2017 - 04:04 PM

House Education Committee Reports House Bill 2420

The House Education Committee met today to discuss House Bill 2420

House Bill 2420 would provide that the State Board of Education may delegate its Medicaid provider status and subsequent reimbursement to regional educational service agencies or county boards. The bill was referred to the Health and Human Resources Committee with the recommendation that it pass on the floor.

They also had a presentation on the Community and Technical College System in West Virginia. The presenter emphasized that the average age of a student attending these colleges is 28 years old and that they have more bills to pay, families to care for, and jobs to work than the average college student. This means that if tuition to these schools goes up by even a little then the head count will go down as it will be less affordable for these students who are working to pay their way through school. The presenter also said that their goal is to provide the support that community and technical college students need in West Virginia.



Monday, February 20, 2017 - 02:00 PM

Senate Natural Resources Approves Sunday Hunting Statewide

The Senate Committee on Natural Resources has approved a bill that would allow hunting and trapping throughout the state on Sundays.

The bill, SB 345, amends certain sections of the Code to allow hunting on Sundays across the state, rather than leaving the decision up to county-wide elections.

Sunday hunting would only be permitted on private lands with the consent of the landowner.

National Shooting Sports Foundation advocate Jason Webb said the bill would be able to attract tourism to the state, by attracting hunters who normally have to travel to Ohio, Kentucky or Virginia to hunt on Sundays.

The fiscal note for the bill also shows that passing the bill could add just over $600,000 in general revenue annually.

As of now, 42 states allow hunting on Sundays.

The bill will be reported to Senate Judiciary for a second reference.

Members of the committee also voted to report SB 325 to the floor with the recommendation that it pass to clarify licensing for the use of a crossbow during crossbow deer season.



Monday, February 20, 2017 - 12:57 PM

Bill Increasing Penalties for Littering Passes

Today on the House floor HB 2303 and HB 2319 passed. 

HB 2303 increases the penalties for littering. 

HB 2319 requires legislators to disclose contributions and fund-raising events while the Legislature is in session. Information must be provided within 5 days of the event or receipt of contribution. 

Seven bills were on first reading today:

Committee Meetings Today

Roads and Transportation: 1 p.m. in 215E

Judiciary: Resuming at 2 p.m. in 410M

Finance: 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. for budget hearings in 460M

Education: 2 p.m. in 434M

Committee Meetings Tomorrow

Ag. and Nat. Resources: 8:30 a.m. in 215E

Industry and Labor: 10 a.m. in 215E

Political Subdivisions: 1 p.m. in 215E

Health and Human Resources: 2 p.m. in 215E

Select Committee on Prevention and Treatment: 3:30p.m. in 215E

 




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