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03/30/2015 01:00 PM House JUDICIARY

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            HB 123-ESTABLISH MARIJUANA CONTROL BOARD                                                                        
1:34:22 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR LEDOUX announced that the  final order of business would be                                                               
HOUSE BILL  NO. 123, "An  Act establishing the  Marijuana Control                                                               
Board;  relating  to  the  powers and  duties  of  the  Marijuana                                                               
Control Board;  relating to the appointment,  removal, and duties                                                               
of the director  of the Marijuana Control Board;  relating to the                                                               
Alcoholic Beverage Control Board;  and providing for an effective                                                               
1:34:38 PM                                                                                                                    
MICAELA  FOWLER, Legislative  Liaison, Special  Assistant to  the                                                               
Commissioner,   Office  of   the   Commissioner,  Department   of                                                               
Commerce,  Community, and  Economic Development  (DCCED), advised                                                               
this  is  Governor  Bill  Walker's  bill  to  create  a  separate                                                               
marijuana  control  board.   The  initiative  specified that  the                                                               
legislature has  the authority  to create  a new  board otherwise                                                               
the regulation fall to the  Alcoholic Beverage Control Board (ABC                                                               
Board).    Initially, she  offered,  the  idea of  a  stand-alone                                                               
agency  was pursued.   However,  she remarked,  given the  fiscal                                                               
climate  Alaska is  facing  it did  not appear  to  be a  prudent                                                               
approach.  The compromise then  developed to a separate marijuana                                                               
control board  served by the  same staff as  the ABC Board.   She                                                               
described  the board  as a  semi-judicial agency,  with the  vast                                                               
amount of work at the direction  of the board performed by agency                                                               
staff.  This option allows  capitalization on both the experience                                                               
of the  ABC Board staff, as  well as reducing costs  and overlap.                                                               
The  majority of  CSHB 123  is  reflective of  Title 4  statutes,                                                               
which  are  the alcohol  statutes.    She  noted that  there  are                                                               
changes  due  to  differences  in  the  substance,  and  proposed                                                               
changes to Title  4 that a working group has  been developing for                                                               
the  last several  years.   She said  there is  anticipation that                                                               
before session ends  a bill will likely be  introduced that would                                                               
begin the  process of  looking at  those recommended  changes, of                                                               
which some were included in CSHB 123.                                                                                           
1:37:41 PM                                                                                                                    
MS.  FOWLER referred  to Section  1,  and stated  that it  amends                                                               
Title  4, by  saying the  director of  the ABC  Board shall  also                                                               
serve as  the director of the  Marijuana Control Board.   It also                                                               
amends the process  for appointment and removal  of the director,                                                               
to  require a  majority vote  from both  boards.   The ABC  Board                                                               
director is  a position  appointed by the  governor, as  with the                                                               
Marijuana Control  Board, but can  be removed  only by a  vote of                                                               
the board unless there are extenuating circumstances.                                                                           
CHAIR  LEDOUX questioned  whether  a new  governor  would not  be                                                               
allowed to appoint a director of either board.                                                                                  
MS. FOWLER stated "That is correct."                                                                                            
1:38:29 PM                                                                                                                    
MS. FOWLER referred  to Section 2, and stated  it establishes the                                                               
five member Marijuana  Control Board in Title  17, and designates                                                               
the five voting members as follows:                                                                                             
     (1) one person from the public safety sector;                                                                              
     (2) one person from the public health sector;                                                                              
     (3) one person from a rural area;                                                                                          
        (4) one person actively engaged in the marijuana                                                                        
     industry; and                                                                                                              
      (5) one person who is either from the general public                                                                      
     or actively engaged in the marijuana industry                                                                              
MS. FOWLER  advised that this is  one of the sections  that maybe                                                               
reflects the  wish of how alcohol  is regulated, and not  the way                                                               
alcohol is currently  regulated as there is no  requirement for a                                                               
public health or public safety  representative on the current ABC                                                               
Board.  It  has been found that it is  especially important given                                                               
the nature  of the  marijuana industry, and  new territory.   The                                                               
sponsor  strongly  supports  a five  member  designation  on  the                                                               
Marijuana  Control  Board.    She   noted  that  there  are  five                                                               
designated seats, and the intent  of this legislation is that the                                                               
background of the executive director  is taken into consideration                                                               
in  the  formulation   of  the  board.     For  example,  Cynthia                                                               
Franklin's background  would be considered when  showing that all                                                               
of the designations  were filled in that she has  a public safety                                                               
background, she explained.                                                                                                      
1:40:02 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR LEDOUX  surmised that if  this bill  were to be  adopted in                                                               
its present form  there would be no need for  a board member from                                                               
the public  safety sector because  Ms. Franklin would  serve with                                                               
that expertise.                                                                                                                 
MS. FOWLER  responded "That  is correct."   She then  referred to                                                               
Section 3,  which establishes terms  of office for  board members                                                               
and chair, sets out requirements  for board meetings and provides                                                               
for board  member per  diem.   She pointed  out that  the section                                                               
also outlines the board's powers  and duties to propose and adopt                                                               
regulations,  establishes  qualifications for  licensure,  review                                                               
applications  for licensure,  hear  appeals from  actions of  the                                                               
director,  reduce   the  area  of  license   premise,  and  adopt                                                               
regulations  according to  AS  44.63.   Finally,  she noted,  the                                                               
section establishes  the board's enforcement powers  as mirroring                                                               
those of the  ABC Board, as outlined  in Title 4.   She said this                                                               
is one  area amended  in the last  committee of  referral because                                                               
marijuana  is  not entirely  in  one  section  of statute.    She                                                               
advised that  all alcohol rules, including  criminal statutes are                                                               
included  in Title  4,  so  the ABC  Board  only needs  statutory                                                               
authority over  that title.   She said  with marijuana  there are                                                               
provisions in  Title 11, and  at this  point it is  unknown where                                                               
marijuana  will  end  up  in  statute.   There  is  some  broader                                                               
language included in this version of  the bill that gives the ABC                                                               
Board the authority  to regulate outside of Title 17,  if it is a                                                               
marijuana statute.                                                                                                              
1:41:53 PM                                                                                                                    
MS. FOWLER continued her presentation  and referred to Section 4,                                                               
which defines  the board in  the initiative language to  mean the                                                               
Marijuana Control  Board, as created  by this Act,  she remarked.                                                               
She advised that  Section 5, defines director as  the director of                                                               
the  ABC   Board  and  Marijuana   Control  Board,   and  defines                                                               
registration to  mean registration or licensure  as determined by                                                               
regulations.  She  pointed to Section 6, which  amends the duties                                                               
of   the  Department   of  Commerce,   Community,  and   Economic                                                               
Development   (DCCED)   to   include   providing   clerical   and                                                               
administrative support for the Marijuana  Control Board.  Section                                                               
7, amends  the uncodified  law for  initial appointment  of board                                                               
members.   Section  8, provides  for transition  regulations such                                                               
that  if  the  ABC  Board   adopts  any  regulations  before  the                                                               
Marijuana  Control Board  is created,  those  regulations can  be                                                               
implemented,  enforced,  or  amended  by  the  Marijuana  Control                                                               
Board.   It  provides  that any  regulations  adopted during  the                                                               
transition period shall  take effect after the  effective date of                                                               
the Act.   She  stated this also  provides that  initial industry                                                               
seats will be filled by members  of the alcohol industry as there                                                               
was  concern regarding  designated seats  for marijuana  industry                                                               
members given that there is  not a prior legal marijuana industry                                                               
in  Alaska.    She  offered  that Section  9,  provides  for  the                                                               
immediate effective date.                                                                                                       
1:43:48 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR LEDOUX opened public testimony.                                                                                           
1:43:57 PM                                                                                                                    
TIMOTHY  HALE  related  that  this  is  a  good  bill  as  almost                                                               
everything  is  in  line  with  the  alcohol  industry  which  is                                                               
excellent.   His concern  is Section 8,  wherein it  reads "shall                                                               
instead  appoint  two  persons  with experience  in  the  alcohol                                                               
retail, or  wholesale business."   He  stated he  understands the                                                               
reasoning behind this because currently  there is not a marijuana                                                               
industry, but  believes a  better way  would be  to have  the two                                                               
people affirm they intend to  apply for licenses when they become                                                               
available.   He opined  that the alcohol  industry might  see the                                                               
marijuana  industry as  somewhat of  a competitor  and therefore,                                                               
persons  from the  alcohol industry  may not  have the  marijuana                                                               
industry's best interests at heart.                                                                                             
1:45:56 PM                                                                                                                    
CYNTHIA  FRANKLIN,  Director,  Alcoholic Beverage  Control  Board                                                               
(ABC  Board)  Department  of Commerce,  Community,  and  Economic                                                               
Development  (DCCED),  said  the  bill is  a  compromise  between                                                               
creating a  completely new  agency, and a  chance to  utilize the                                                               
experience of  staff of  the agency in  both enforcing  rules and                                                               
regulations in the statutes around  a dangerous substance and the                                                               
experience of  the staff in  licensing businesses,  and assisting                                                               
in the commerce  section of this agency.  She  said the agency is                                                               
encouraged by the development of  the changes of the bill overall                                                               
which reflect well the input of the legislature.                                                                                
1:47:21 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR LEDOUX  expresses her concern  regarding [Sec. 8],  page 7,                                                               
lines 2-6, which read:                                                                                                          
     (b) Notwithstanding  AS 17.38.080(b), the  governor, in                                                                    
     making  the  initial   appointments  to  the  Marijuana                                                                    
     Control Board  of two persons  actively engaged  in the                                                                    
     marijuana industry,  shall instead appoint  two persons                                                                    
     with  experience in  the  alcohol  retail or  wholesale                                                                    
     business.   The governor shall appoint  two individuals                                                                    
     to serve  the term  of two years  under (a)(2)  of this                                                                    
CHAIR  LEDOUX  stated  she  understands  the  reasoning,  but  is                                                               
concerned whether  there might  be some way  of phrasing  this so                                                               
people with industry knowledge are  not appointed giving them the                                                               
benefit for having broken  the law in the past.   But at the same                                                               
time, she  offered, that people  are appointed who  actually know                                                               
what they are doing in a particular industry.                                                                                   
1:48:30 PM                                                                                                                    
MS. FRANKLIN  related that she  believes that individuals  can be                                                               
found  appropriate  for  appointment   into  the  industry  seats                                                               
outside of the alcohol retail  or wholesale business.  She opined                                                               
it would  take a bit of  crafting to address the  concerns of the                                                               
previous committee  that individuals not be  appointed into these                                                               
seats  whose experience  in the  marijuana industry  is illegally                                                               
obtained  experience.   However, she  offered, since  November 4,                                                               
2014, she  has been contact  by and responded to  numerous people                                                               
in  "our" business  community and  Alaska business  community who                                                               
are  interested  in  entering  into this  new  industry  and  new                                                               
business  opportunities   who  have  substantial   experience  in                                                               
regulated industries other  than alcohol.  She opined  there is a                                                               
way to  craft language that  is more inclusive than  the language                                                               
in  the  current version  of  the  bill.   However,  she  further                                                               
opined, it is the version of  the bill that passed through and is                                                               
simply the  first two  years of  this industry.   She  stated she                                                               
does not feel  strongly enough about this section to  hold up the                                                               
bill, as she would  like the bill to make it  through in the time                                                               
frame left.                                                                                                                     
1:51:12 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR  LEDOUX advised  that the  bill will  be held  in committee                                                               
today and there is time to work on language.                                                                                    
1:51:19 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE CLAMAN referred  to (b) on page 7,  lines 2-6, and                                                               
stated that possibly  a way to fix that topic  but still give the                                                               
governor  flexibility  in  looking beyond  the  alcohol  industry                                                               
would be to change the word "shall" to "may" on line 4.                                                                         
MS.  FRANKLIN responded  that  she believes  that  would work  as                                                               
there are people out there that are "findable."                                                                                 
1:52:26 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR  LEDOUX referred  to Ms.  Franklin's comment  that even  if                                                               
this version  were to  go forward,  it would  only be  two years.                                                               
She  questioned  whether  those  two  years  would  be  the  most                                                               
critical two years in formulating the regulations.                                                                              
MS. FRANKLIN  answered that  Chair LeDoux is  correct in  that it                                                               
will be  "frontend loaded"  and will probably  be crafted  in the                                                               
next two years.                                                                                                                 
1:53:00 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  GRUENBERG referred  to  page 7,  lines 5-6,  "the                                                               
governor shall appoint  the two individuals to serve  the term of                                                               
two years under  (a)(2) of this section," which  is talking about                                                               
people  who are  actively engaged  in the  alcohol industry.   He                                                               
questioned  how  this  is  going  to work  when  the  two  people                                                               
representing  the marijuana  industry  terms expire  at the  same                                                               
time, rather  than in a staggered  fashion.  He advised  it would                                                               
seem there  should not be two  new people coming on  the board at                                                               
the same time.                                                                                                                  
MS. FRANKLIN advised Representative  Gruenberg that she agrees in                                                               
that  as it  currently  uses  the term  "shall"  it requires  the                                                               
governor to appoint two alcohol  industry members into terms that                                                               
expire at  the same time.   She pointed out that  the language of                                                               
the  bill, and  the current  ABC Board  has the  term "may"  with                                                               
those  designations overall.   This  section,  which is  intended                                                               
just to be the beginning of  this board, says "shall" so that the                                                               
terms would  expire at the same  time.  She opined  that in terms                                                               
of replacing  them with individuals from  the marijuana industry,                                                               
the more  general term  in AS 17.38.080(b)  of the  bill provides                                                               
for up  to two persons on  the board "may be  actively engaged in                                                               
the  marijuana  industry."    She  opined that  as  the  bill  is                                                               
written, there is  an opportunity for the governor  to space them                                                               
out over time  depending upon who is available to  fill the seats                                                               
from  the  marijuana  industry   once  these  two  alcohol  seats                                                               
1:56:18 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  KELLER referred  to  [Sec.  3, AS  17.38.083(b)],                                                               
page 4, lines 10-13, which read:                                                                                                
     (b) Three members of the  board constitute a quorum for                                                                    
     the  conduct of  business.   A  majority  of the  whole                                                                    
     membership of  the board must approve  applications for                                                                    
     new  licenses,  renewals, transfers,  suspensions,  and                                                                    
     revocations   of   existing   licenses,   and   product                                                                    
     approvals  as provided  in regulations  adopted by  the                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE KELLER  noted that  there is no  language enabling                                                               
participation electronically for the quorum.                                                                                    
MS. FRANKLIN responded that this  is language copied from the ABC                                                               
Board language, and she does not have issues with this.                                                                         
1:56:56 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE   CLAMAN   surmised   that   under   the   current                                                               
regulations adopted  by the  ABC Board,  telephonic participation                                                               
is already allowed.                                                                                                             
MS. FRANKLIN answered in the affirmative.                                                                                       
REPRESENTATIVE  CLAMAN   surmised  the  language  would   not  be                                                               
necessary in the statute because it is already being done.                                                                      
MS. FRANKLIN  answered that she does  not know if the  statute is                                                               
silent on  telephonic participation, but  there is nothing  in it                                                               
that would  prohibit telephonic participation.   She advised that                                                               
the ABC Board  brings the members to each meeting  as part of the                                                               
cost borne  by the agency, but  there are rare occasions  when an                                                               
ABC Board  member is  unable to  attend in  person and  there has                                                               
been telephonic participation by the board member.                                                                              
1:58:29 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  KELLER referred  to  [Sec.  3, AS  17.38.081(c)],                                                               
page 3, lines 28-29, which read:                                                                                                
     (c) A vacancy occurring in  the membership of the board                                                                    
     shall be  filled within 30  days by appointment  of the                                                                    
     governor  for  the  unexpired portion  of  the  vacated                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE KELLER  noted that if this  vacancy happened early                                                               
in the term there should be legislative approval.                                                                               
1:59:16 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR  LEDOUX said  it was  a good  point although  it seems  the                                                               
legislature would have to come back for a special session.                                                                      
REPRESENTATIVE  KELLER  pointed  out   that  especially  in  this                                                               
transition time it could become a significant factor.                                                                           
2:00:04 PM                                                                                                                    
DALE  FOX,   President  and  CEO,  Cabaret   Hotel  Restaurant  &                                                               
Retailers Association  (CHARR), said  that Alaska  CHARR supports                                                               
the  proposed marijuana  board and  believes it  is an  important                                                               
board  to deal  with special  industry issues  that will  come up                                                               
under marijuana.   He believes it is imperative to  have at least                                                               
two members of the marijuana industry  on the board as there will                                                               
be different  views from growers,  retailers, testers,  and other                                                               
members of  the marijuana  community.  He  opined that  the board                                                               
will  function best  if at  least two  different views  from that                                                               
industry  are on  the  board  to help  inform  the  board of  the                                                               
impacts of  issues before them.   He  pointed out that  this bill                                                               
mirrors the  language for the  ABC Board, and indicated  that the                                                               
executive  director works  for and  can be  removed by  the board                                                               
which  would be  two boards.   He  said there  must be  a way  to                                                               
resolve the  issue because it  could happen that one  board votes                                                               
to remove and  the other board votes to retain.   He stated there                                                               
should be  some way the two  boards can make a  decision together                                                               
or  have  some procedure  for  that  issue.    He pointed  to  an                                                               
amendment  added  during  the  previous  committee  to  have  two                                                               
alcohol people on  the board until the marijuana  industry is set                                                               
up.  He  said it is better to have  someone that is knowledgeable                                                               
about  a  controlled industry,  as  the  alcohol industry  people                                                               
could teach legislators  a lot about wine, spirits,  and beer but                                                               
they are  less knowledgeable  about oils,  butters, concentrates,                                                               
and clones.   He opined  that Alaska  will be better  served with                                                               
two members representing the marijuana  industry who have studied                                                               
and  learned  about  the  unique   issues  facing  the  marijuana                                                               
industry.    He  pointed  out  that there  are  people  who  have                                                               
educated themselves  about the industry  that could  be excellent                                                               
representatives for  the marijuana industry particularly  in this                                                               
critical startup stage when things like butters are discussed.                                                                  
2:04:05 PM                                                                                                                    
BRUCE  SCHULTE, Coalition  for Responsible  Cannabis Legislation,                                                               
said the  coalition prefers a  separate marijuana  control board.                                                               
He said  it is best for  the industry and also  implementation of                                                               
the initiative.  The first two  years of the marijuana board will                                                               
be  critical and  he referred  to  the stipulation  that the  two                                                               
individuals from the  marijuana industry would have  the same two                                                               
year terms and  thought staggered terms might be a  good idea for                                                               
those two seats.  He then  referred to the requirement on page 7,                                                               
that the  two representatives of  the marijuana industry  must be                                                               
from the alcohol  industry.  He described that  as problematic in                                                               
that  there  is  currently  a tremendous  marijuana  industry  in                                                               
Alaska  now and  has been  for decades,  it is  just not  a legal                                                               
industry.  In  that manner, there are people out  there that have                                                               
sufficient  knowledge   of  how   to  grow,  process,   and  sell                                                               
marijuana.  He  opined that if the second board  has members from                                                               
the alcohol  industry the legislature  has essentially  created a                                                               
second alcohol control board.  He  remarked that there could be a                                                               
potential  conflict of  interest  even though  he envisioned  the                                                               
alcohol  and marijuana  industry  as being  partners rather  than                                                               
competitors.   Nevertheless, someone who  has only worked  in the                                                               
alcohol industry may  not have the requisite  or best perspective                                                               
to bring  to the table.   He remarked that they  could bring some                                                               
legacy  perspective to  marijuana  regulation, but  they are  not                                                               
compatible   with  the   regulation  of   marijuana  from   their                                                               
experience  in alcohol.   He  said it  is entirely  possible that                                                               
someone with  prior experience in  the alcohol industry  may have                                                               
experience  with marijuana,  but  it is  not a  given.   In  that                                                               
event, the governor may be  required to appoint someone with less                                                               
experience and knowledge  when others are out there.   He pointed                                                               
to  Washington and  stated  they had  problems  because they  had                                                               
people writing regulations who did  not understand marijuana and,                                                               
for  example, issued  permits for  retail  stores before  issuing                                                               
permits  for  growers in  which  a  market  was created  with  no                                                               
product  to sell  which was  problematic for  several months,  he                                                               
2:08:16 PM                                                                                                                    
MR.  SCHULTE continued  his testimony  and  said that  appointing                                                               
someone with experience in alcohol  rather than marijuana is like                                                               
appointing  someone  to   the  Board  of  Game   based  on  prior                                                               
experience  with oil  and gas  exploration.   He stated  that the                                                               
language itself in  the bill may be problematic as  it reads "two                                                               
persons actively  engaged in the marijuana  industry, ..." raises                                                               
the question of  whether there is an industry,  are they actively                                                               
engaged, are  they illegal players,  and so forth.   He suggested                                                               
that  defining   the  two  individuals  as   having  demonstrated                                                               
knowledge in the marijuana industry  would get over the hurdle of                                                               
reaching out  to someone  from a different  industry.   He opined                                                               
there are  many people in the  state with knowledge, not  just of                                                               
marijuana,  but also  other regulated  industries and  they would                                                               
bring to the  table a prospective and willingness  to work within                                                               
the  regulatory framework  to make  sure  the marijuana  industry                                                               
2:10:18 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE CLAMAN surmised that the  bill proposes there is a                                                               
separate Marijuana  Control Board  from the ABC  Board but  it is                                                               
still within  the same division  with the state with  some cross-                                                               
over  staff.    He  asked   whether  Mr.  Schulte  supports  that                                                               
MR.  SCHULTE  responded  "I  actually  do,"  in  that  given  the                                                               
constraints  of the  budget in  setting up  a separate  board and                                                               
schedule.   He pointed out that  the clock is already  ticking on                                                               
the regulatory  process and this  appears to be the  quickest way                                                               
to get  a board empowered, and  put in place, thereby  working on                                                               
that deadline.                                                                                                                  
2:11:18 PM                                                                                                                    
DENNIS WADE, said he is in  support of CSHB 123, and believes the                                                               
questions previously  discussed could  be answered by  putting in                                                               
someone  from  the  medical marijuana  community  that  has  been                                                               
working in that system and making oils.  Also, in the public-at-                                                                
large  there will  be  two persons  and one  should  be from  the                                                               
medical marijuana  community as they  could add insight.   He re-                                                               
emphasized  that when  searching for  someone to  fill the  slots                                                               
there  would  be  someone  highly   qualified  from  the  medical                                                               
marijuana  community  that  is   making  substances  beyond  just                                                               
growing bud.                                                                                                                    
2:13:12 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR LEDOUX  closed public testimony  and advised it is  not her                                                               
intention to move the bill out of committee today.                                                                              
REPRESENTATIVE CLAMAN suggested a  committee amendment on page 7,                                                               
which changes  "shall" to  "may" for  purposes of  the governor's                                                               
2:13:50 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR LEDOUX related that the  committee is not taking amendments                                                               
today as  it is her  intention to develop a  committee substitute                                                               
and incorporate  a solution  to problems  that have  been pointed                                                               
[HB 123 was held over.]                                                                                                         
2:14:14 PM                                                                                                                    

Document Name Date/Time Subjects
HB 123 Sectional Analysis.pdf HJUD 3/30/2015 1:00:00 PM
HB 123
HB 123 Transmittal Letter.pdf HJUD 3/30/2015 1:00:00 PM
HB 123
HB123 CS ver H.PDF HJUD 3/30/2015 1:00:00 PM
HB 123
HB123 Fiscal Note - DOA.pdf HJUD 3/30/2015 1:00:00 PM
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HB123 Letter of Opposition.pdf HJUD 3/30/2015 1:00:00 PM
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HB123 Memo regarding fiscal note revision-DOA.pdf HJUD 3/30/2015 1:00:00 PM
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HB123 Supporting Documents - ABC.pdf HJUD 3/30/2015 1:00:00 PM
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HB123 Ver A.pdf HJUD 3/30/2015 1:00:00 PM
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HB123-DCCED-ABC-03-09-15.pdf HJUD 3/30/2015 1:00:00 PM
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