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03/06/2017 03:15 PM LABOR & COMMERCE

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*+ HB 141 AK WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD;FUNDS TELECONFERENCED
Heard & Held
-- Public Testimony --
+= HB 79 OMNIBUS WORKERS' COMPENSATION TELECONFERENCED
Heard & Held
+ HB 132 TRANSPORTATION NETWORK COMPANIES TELECONFERENCED
Scheduled but Not Heard
<Pending Referral>
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              HB 79-OMNIBUS WORKERS' COMPENSATION                                                                           
                                                                                                                                
3:17:37 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
CHAIR KITO  announced that the  first order of business  would be                                                               
HOUSE BILL  NO. 79,  "An Act  relating to  workers' compensation;                                                               
repealing  the second  injury fund  upon satisfaction  of claims;                                                               
relating to  service fees  and civil  penalties for  the workers'                                                               
safety programs  and the workers' compensation  program; relating                                                               
to the liability  of specified officers and  members of specified                                                               
business entities  for payment of workers'  compensation benefits                                                               
and   civil   penalties;   relating  to   civil   penalties   for                                                               
underinsuring  or  failing  to insure  or  provide  security  for                                                               
workers'  compensation  liability; relating  to  preauthorization                                                               
and timely  payment for medical  treatment and  services provided                                                               
to  injured employees;  relating  to  incorporation of  reference                                                               
materials  in  workers'  compensation  regulations;  relating  to                                                               
proceedings  before the  Workers'  Compensation Board;  providing                                                               
for  methods  of  payment  for  workers'  compensation  benefits;                                                               
relating  to the  workers'  compensation  benefits guaranty  fund                                                               
authority  to claim  a  lien;  excluding independent  contractors                                                               
from   workers'    compensation   coverage;    establishing   the                                                               
circumstances   under   which   certain   nonemployee   executive                                                               
corporate  officers and  members of  limited liability  companies                                                               
may  obtain  workers'  compensation  coverage;  relating  to  the                                                               
duties of  injured employees to  report income or  work; relating                                                               
to   misclassification  of   employees  and   deceptive  leasing;                                                               
defining  'employee';  relating   to  the  Workers'  Compensation                                                               
Board's approval of attorney fees  in a settlement agreement; and                                                               
providing for an effective date."                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                
3:17:56 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
CHAIR KITO closed public testimony on HB 79.                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
[HB 79 was set aside and taken up again later in the meeting.]                                                                  
                                                                                                                                
              HB 79-OMNIBUS WORKERS' COMPENSATION                                                                           
                                                                                                                                
4:10:23 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
CHAIR KITO  announced that for  its final order of  business, the                                                               
committee would return to HOUSE BILL  NO. 79, "An Act relating to                                                               
workers'  compensation; repealing  the  second  injury fund  upon                                                               
satisfaction  of  claims;  relating  to service  fees  and  civil                                                               
penalties  for  the workers'  safety  programs  and the  workers'                                                               
compensation  program; relating  to  the  liability of  specified                                                               
officers and  members of specified business  entities for payment                                                               
of workers'  compensation benefits and civil  penalties; relating                                                               
to  civil penalties  for underinsuring  or failing  to insure  or                                                               
provide  security for  workers' compensation  liability; relating                                                               
to preauthorization and timely payment  for medical treatment and                                                               
services   provided    to   injured   employees;    relating   to                                                               
incorporation  of reference  materials  in workers'  compensation                                                               
regulations;   relating  to   proceedings  before   the  Workers'                                                               
Compensation  Board;   providing  for  methods  of   payment  for                                                               
workers'   compensation  benefits;   relating  to   the  workers'                                                               
compensation benefits  guaranty fund  authority to claim  a lien;                                                               
excluding  independent  contractors  from  workers'  compensation                                                               
coverage;  establishing  the  circumstances under  which  certain                                                               
nonemployee executive  corporate officers and members  of limited                                                               
liability  companies may  obtain workers'  compensation coverage;                                                               
relating to the  duties of injured employees to  report income or                                                               
work; relating  to misclassification  of employees  and deceptive                                                               
leasing;   defining   'employee';   relating  to   the   Workers'                                                               
Compensation Board's  approval of  attorney fees in  a settlement                                                               
agreement; and providing for an effective date."                                                                                
                                                                                                                                
4:10:44 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE  WOOL  moved  to   adopt  the  proposed  committee                                                               
substitute (CS) for HB 79,  Version 30-GH1789\D, Wallace, 3/3/17.                                                               
There being  no objection,  version D was  before committee  as a                                                               
working document.                                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                
4:11:59 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
DEBBIE   BANASZAK,    Legislative   Liaison,   Office    of   the                                                               
Commissioner,  Department   of  Labor  &   Workforce  Development                                                               
(DLWD), presented the proposed changes in  HB 79, Version D.  She                                                               
explained  that the  title was  changed to  reflect the  proposed                                                               
changes in  the bill.   Section 9  added language stating  that a                                                               
person  "actively in  charge of  the operations  of the  business                                                               
entity"  or  a person  that  has  "the  authority to  insure  the                                                               
business entity" would be liable  for penalties for an employer's                                                               
failure to  insure.  The change  would ensure that if  a business                                                               
entity has  11 members, all  with less than 10  percent ownership                                                               
interest,  then  that  person  would  still  be  accountable  for                                                               
uninsured  injuries and  penalties for  failing to  insure.   She                                                               
added that  Section 11,  in Version D,  adds language  to clarify                                                               
the Division's civil  penalty assessment, which must  be based on                                                               
substantial  evidence.    The  section  also  clarifies  that  an                                                               
employer's civil  penalty assessment is  based on the  amount the                                                               
employer  would  have  paid  had the  business  been  insured  as                                                               
required by law, including properly classifying its employees.                                                                  
                                                                                                                                
MS. BANASZAK  relayed that  Section 13  deals with  civil penalty                                                               
assessment appeal process and does  not have substantial changes;                                                               
the previous  language in HB  79 was a  bit unclear.   She stated                                                               
that Section 16 addresses preauthorization  by adding language to                                                               
clarify that  the preauthorization request's estimated  fee would                                                               
be  subject to  the Alaska  medical  fee schedule  just like  any                                                               
other workers'  compensation medical bill.   Section 18 addresses                                                               
the   hearing   schedule   and  gives   the   [Alaska]   Workers'                                                               
Compensation  Board  control  of   the  scheduling  of  hearings.                                                               
Having  the parties  control the  hearing scheduling  process has                                                               
led to inefficiencies and protracted resolution.                                                                                
                                                                                                                                
4:14:34 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
MS.  BANASZAK   noted  that  Section  19   simplifies  the  self-                                                               
representation  language of  the  previous version.   Section  23                                                               
addresses  the reporting  of a  change in  compensation and  adds                                                               
language stating  that the  division would  provide notice  to an                                                               
employee   when   an   employer   has   terminated   or   changed                                                               
compensation.   She explained  that Section  24 clarifies  how an                                                               
employee  would   be  notified   that  his/her   employer  denied                                                               
benefits.  Section  25 addresses penalties for  failure to timely                                                               
preauthorize medical  care:  the  penalty would be 25  percent of                                                               
the amount in the preauthorization request.                                                                                     
                                                                                                                                
MS.  BANASZAK drew  attention  to Section  27,  which repeals  an                                                               
earlier section addressing  how benefits are paid.   The previous                                                               
section  required payment  by  check, but  with  so many  current                                                               
options for payment,  it was determined that this  section was no                                                               
longer needed.   She  noted that Section  28 revises  language to                                                               
allow the Benefits  Guaranty Fund to file a lien  within one year                                                               
of  its  knowledge  of  an  employee's  injury  or  death.    She                                                               
explained  that sometimes  the fund  may not  become aware  of an                                                               
injury  or death  when it  occurs.   She stated  that Section  30                                                               
refines the  definition of independent contractor  to ensure that                                                               
true  independent   contractors  can   continue  to   operate  as                                                               
independent contractors.                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
4:16:11 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE BIRCH  recalled a letter from  the Alaska Trucking                                                               
Association  -   an  association   that  relies   on  independent                                                               
contractors.   He asked if  the association's concerns  have been                                                               
addressed.                                                                                                                      
                                                                                                                                
4:16:40 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
MARIE   MARX,  Director,   Division  of   Workers'  Compensation,                                                               
Department  of Labor  &  Workforce  Development (DLWD),  answered                                                               
yes:   the department believes  the current  definition addresses                                                               
the  concerns.   She added  that truckers  and other  stakeholder                                                               
groups  such  as the  [Alaska  State  Home Building]  Association                                                               
relayed  their concerns  to  the department  and  she offered  to                                                               
detail how the concerns were met.                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                
4:17:23 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
MS. BANASZAK continued  presenting the changes in the  bill.  She                                                               
noted  that  Section 36  discusses  persons  liable for  criminal                                                               
penalties  for  failure to  pay  compensation  and adds  language                                                               
similar to language in Section 9.   She explained that Section 37                                                               
talks   about  persons   liable   for   criminal  penalties   for                                                               
transferring assets.   It  adds a person  "actively in  charge of                                                               
the operations of the business entity"  or a person that has "the                                                               
authority to  insure the business  entity" as persons  liable for                                                               
criminal  penalties for  knowingly transferring  assets with  the                                                               
intent  to avoid  the payment  of  compensation.   She said  that                                                               
Section 39  changes the  definition of  employee by  removing "in                                                               
the service of" and inserting "employed by".                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
4:19:10 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE  JOSEPHSON  asked  Ms.  Marx  to  go  through  the                                                               
changes to the definition of employee.                                                                                          
                                                                                                                                
MS. MARX explained that the new  revision is found in Section 30,                                                               
page 17, line 7, which states  that the definition is intended to                                                               
apply only  to workers'  compensation definitions,  not [Internal                                                               
Revenue  Service] (IRS)  or  other labor  law  definitions.   She                                                               
noted that line 8 addresses a  relayed concern by adding "for the                                                               
purposes of  this chapter only".   She noted that  another change                                                               
was  made on  page 17,  lines 13-15,  to address  concerns raised                                                               
about required control and direction;  the new language clarifies                                                               
that  control   and  direction  performed   as  a  result   of  a                                                               
requirement of law or contract  would be allowed.  An independent                                                               
contractor  could  still  have   control  and  oversight  without                                                               
impacting  whether   the  individual  is  determined   to  be  an                                                               
independent contractor.                                                                                                         
                                                                                                                                
MS. MARX offered  an example in response to a  question:  If hard                                                               
hats  are  required  for  health and  safety  reasons,  then  the                                                               
business for  whom the  services are  being provided  can control                                                               
whether  the  independent contractor  wears  a  hard hat.    Such                                                               
business control  would not disqualify the  individual from being                                                               
considered an independent contractor.                                                                                           
                                                                                                                                
4:21:45 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
MS. MARX noted that another change  was made on lines 16-18, page                                                               
17  of Version  D.   A concern  was raised  that contractors  may                                                               
provide  materials  or  equipment  for  use  but  an  independent                                                               
contractor  provides  all  the  other   tools  and  labor.    She                                                               
remarked:                                                                                                                       
                                                                                                                                
     After  hearing from  various  stakeholder groups,  this                                                                    
     clarified that  an independent  contractor is  a person                                                                    
     who provides tools, labor,  and other operational costs                                                                    
     necessary,  and  recognized   now  that  materials  and                                                                    
     equipment  can be  supplied by  the  contractor to  the                                                                    
     independent  contractor without  pushing that  person -                                                                    
     that independent contractor - out of the definition.                                                                       
                                                                                                                                
MS.  MARX mentioned  another change  found on  page 17,  line 23,                                                               
which  clarifies  that  any  license,  permit,  or  certification                                                               
required  by  the work  the  independent  contractors does  would                                                               
suffice:   the  previous version  had only  mentioned a  business                                                               
license.  She  said that based on input  from various stakeholder                                                               
groups  and  researching  other states'  determining  tests,  the                                                               
department eliminated  the requirement to  meet 11 or  12 factors                                                               
to be considered an independent contractor.   Instead of 11 or 12                                                               
necessary  factors, Version  D provides  7 required  factors that                                                               
must be  met, and  5 optional  factors, of which  3 must  be met.                                                               
She offered  her opinion that  such a  test allows a  wide enough                                                               
net  to  capture  the true  independent  contractors,  but  still                                                               
narrow enough  to make  sure that employees  are not  included in                                                               
the  definition.    Subparagraph  (H),  on  page  18,  lists  the                                                               
optional "prongs" which allow for more flexibility.                                                                             
                                                                                                                                
4:24:31 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE WOOL  asked if  the earlier  test had  required 11                                                               
factors.                                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
MS.  MARX  answered that  there  were  11 factors,  although  one                                                               
factor was a  two-part requirement, so she  indicated [that could                                                               
be considered a total of 12].                                                                                                   
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE WOOL  asked if  the 7 required  factors and  the 5                                                               
optional  factors are  the  same  12 that  were  in the  original                                                               
description.    He asked  if  it  is  accurate  to say  that  the                                                               
description went from 12 [factors] to 10 out of 12.                                                                             
                                                                                                                                
MS. MARX  answered, "That's  correct."  She  noted that  the most                                                               
controversial and complicated "prong"  for stakeholder groups was                                                               
(H)(v), which read as follows:                                                                                                  
                                                                                                                                
     the person engages in a trade, occupation, profession,                                                                     
      or business to provide services that are outside the                                                                      
     usual course of business for the individual                                                                                
                                                                                                                                
MS.  MARX explained  that  prong is  optional  under the  current                                                               
version.   She  stated that  stakeholder feedback  indicated that                                                               
this "prong"  would be  complicated to  apply; therefore,  it was                                                               
reclassified  from a  mandatory  to  an optional  factor.   If  a                                                               
person does  not meet that factor  but he/she does meet  three of                                                               
the  other  factors,  then  he/she  could  still  qualify  as  an                                                               
independent contractor.                                                                                                         
                                                                                                                                
4:26:30 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE  JOSEPHSON  offered  his assumption  that  if  the                                                               
independent contractor  [requirements are]  met by  an individual                                                               
who has  employees, then he/she  would also need to  buy workers'                                                               
compensation.                                                                                                                   
                                                                                                                                
MS. MARX  stated that  is correct.   She added  that the  test is                                                               
used  to determine  whether  a person  providing  services is  an                                                               
independent  contractor.    She  said that  whether  or  not  the                                                               
independent contractor has employees is a separate inquiry.                                                                     
                                                                                                                                
4:27:46 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE  KNOPP asked  if  home-based  businesses, such  as                                                               
plumbers, are classified as a separate place of business.                                                                       
                                                                                                                                
MS. MARX responded  that sub-subparagraph (ii), on  page 18, line                                                               
10, states  that the  business location has  to be  separate from                                                               
the location for which [the  independent contractor] is providing                                                               
service.  She explained that  the department investigates whether                                                               
or   not  the   independent  contractor   operates  out   of  the                                                               
contractor's  business  or  receives  mail  at  the  contractor's                                                               
business.  She remarked:                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
     In this  day and  age, I  think it  is very  common for                                                                    
     people to have  merely a website as their  base, but it                                                                    
     has to  be just different  from that contractor,  so we                                                                    
     would look  to where that contractor's  business is and                                                                    
     see if they are there.                                                                                                     
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE KNOPP  asked what  was amended  in Sections  9 and                                                               
11.                                                                                                                             
                                                                                                                                
MS. MARX explained that Sections 9  and 11 have been repealed and                                                               
reenacted in full.                                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                
4:30:01 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE KNOPP read from a  confidential letter he received                                                               
from a municipal attorney, as follows:                                                                                          
                                                                                                                                
     I see no benefit from  deviating from the Federal Labor                                                                    
     Standards  Act guidance  in Alaska  court jurisprudence                                                                    
     regarding   the  distinction   between  employees   and                                                                    
     independent contractors.  ... Subsection 11  of Section                                                                    
     31  of the  bill deviates  substantially from  existing                                                                    
     status   quo    and   adds    unreasonable   additional                                                                    
     requirements   defining  someone   as  an   independent                                                                    
     contractor  that  exceeds  federal guidance  and  prior                                                                    
     decisions by our Alaska Supreme Court.                                                                                     
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE KNOPP  added that  the attorney  has not  seen the                                                               
committee  substitute.   He  asked  if  the committee  substitute                                                               
alleviates the concerns  mentioned by the attorney.   He asked if                                                               
the  bill would  be substantially  more restrictive  than federal                                                               
labor standards.                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                
MS. MARX answered  that HB 79 has a very  narrow application:  It                                                               
does not  apply to  all labor standards,  it applies  to workers'                                                               
compensation.   She  stated  that  in the  last  10 years,  other                                                               
states  have found  that multi-factored  balancing tests  are not                                                               
effective  in   tackling  the   misclassification  issue.     She                                                               
explained  that  the  IRS  has a  20-factor  balancing  test  [to                                                               
determine  the  status  of  an   independent  contractor].    She                                                               
suggested  that although  that test  may  work for  the IRS,  the                                                               
multi-factor   balancing  tests   aren't  working   for  workers'                                                               
compensation,  which  has a  goal  of  protecting employees  from                                                               
severe  injury  or  death  and  protecting  employers  from  huge                                                               
uninsured losses.   She said  that some employers  have contacted                                                               
the  Division  of Workers'  Compensation  in  order be  proactive                                                               
about  determining   whether  their  employees   are  independent                                                               
contractors.  She remarked:                                                                                                     
                                                                                                                                
     They  want  to   be  proactive,  and  we   want  to  be                                                                    
     proactive. And we  give them a balancing  test where no                                                                    
     one factor is determinative.   It is very difficult for                                                                    
     these employers  - especially small  business employers                                                                    
     - to know whether they  meet that test without going to                                                                    
     an  attorney and  perhaps  getting  some legal  advice.                                                                    
     Our goal  is to make  this a  ... much clearer  test so                                                                    
     employers know ahead of time  what the requirements are                                                                    
     -  and employees  or independent  contractors can  know                                                                    
     and protect themselves ....   So it is different and it                                                                    
     was intended to be a change.                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE  KNOPP  pointed out  that  within  the letters  of                                                               
support [included  in the committee  packet], some  components of                                                               
the  bill were  supported and  some  were not.   He  asked for  a                                                               
breakdown of the areas of concern.                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                
4:33:23 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
CHAIR KITO  stated that he plans  to weigh the issues  of concern                                                               
and determine  whether the committee  will move forward  or cover                                                               
the issues  in a future committee  meeting.  He said  he does not                                                               
intend  to move  the bill  today and  the bill  will have  public                                                               
testimony in the future.                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
4:33:54 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE  JOSEPHSON expressed  that the  multi-factor tests                                                               
sound  like a  continuum of  behavior  or acts  undertaken by  an                                                               
employee; however, HB 79 lays  out clear statements.  He analyzed                                                               
that  in   the  current  system,   which  Ms.  Marx   claimed  is                                                               
unsuccessful,  the   employer  must   sort  out   the  employee's                                                               
classification based on tasks and actions.                                                                                      
                                                                                                                                
4:34:41 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
MS.  MARX  responded that  the  current  test set  in  regulation                                                               
defines  "employee".   She explained  that  some states  narrowly                                                               
define  "independent contractor"  instead of  defining "employee"                                                               
with  a  broad  definition.    Defining  "employee"  has  led  to                                                               
complications   and   misclassification.      She   stated   that                                                               
misclassification  is  being  dealt with  throughout  the  United                                                               
States.   She  assessed that  the tests  defining "employee"  are                                                               
more   difficult  to   apply.     States  defining   "independent                                                               
contractor" have  a much clearer  application.  She said  that HB
79 defines  "independent contractor"  and revises  the definition                                                               
of  "employee"  to  mean  someone  that  is  not  an  independent                                                               
contractor that has a contract for hire.                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
4:35:54 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE KNOPP offered that a  constituent of his is a real                                                               
estate   broker,  and   all  of   his  brokers   are  independent                                                               
contractors.    He  asked  how  HB 79  would  apply  to  such  an                                                               
organization  in   regard  to  minimum  wage   and  [the  Federal                                                               
Insurance Contributions Act] (FICA).                                                                                            
                                                                                                                                
MS.  MARX answered,  "He  would  be safe."    She explained  that                                                               
persons who  perform services for  real estate have  an exemption                                                               
under  AS 23.30.230  paragraph (10),  and therefore  the Workers'                                                               
Compensation Act does not apply to them.                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
4:37:14 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
CHAIR  KITO announced  that there  will  be more  updates to  the                                                               
expansive bill.                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                
4:37:38 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE WOOL said, "Basically  there's two types of people                                                               
in this  world - employees  and independent contractors.   Trying                                                               
to define  employee got  complicated, so  you're going  to define                                                               
what an employee isn't."                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
MS. MARX responded  that there are more than two  types of people                                                               
involved.  Someone could be a  volunteer or a trespasser, but for                                                               
the purpose  of the bill,  there are  two categories.   She added                                                               
that  since  2007,  states have  found  that  multi-factor  tests                                                               
defining "employee" don't work and  have led to misclassification                                                               
and confusion  for employers.   She  explained that  HB 79  is in                                                               
line  with what  many states  are doing  - defining  "independent                                                               
contractor" instead of "employee".                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE WOOL asked  if doing so basically  defines what an                                                               
employee isn't.                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                
MS. MARX responded  that an employee would be someone  who is not                                                               
an independent contractor  but also has a contract for  hire.  It                                                               
differentiates them from a volunteer  or trespasser.  In response                                                               
to a comment, she added that babysitters would also be exempted.                                                                
                                                                                                                                
4:39:21 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE JOSEPHSON  stated his understanding that  the term                                                               
"contract for  hire" would  include lawn-mowing  12-year-olds and                                                               
could be complicated in court.                                                                                                  
                                                                                                                                
MS.  MARX  responded  that  HB   79  applies  to  employers,  and                                                               
employers are those who conduct  business.  She explained that as                                                               
a homeowner,  unless you do business  out of your house,  you are                                                               
not an employer and would not fall under HB 79.                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                
4:40:57 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
CHAIR KITO announced that HB 79 was held over.                                                                                  

Document Name Date/Time Subjects
HB141 Sponsor Statement 2.27.17.pdf HL&C 3/6/2017 3:15:00 PM
HB 141
HB141 Sectional Analysis 2.27.17.pdf HL&C 3/6/2017 3:15:00 PM
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HB141 Supporting Documents-Pages from UA TVEP Advocacy Package 2.27.17.pdf HL&C 3/6/2017 3:15:00 PM
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HB079 Fiscal Note DOA-DRM 1.19.17.pdf HL&C 3/6/2017 3:15:00 PM
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HB079 Supporting Documents-Letters of Support 3.3.17.pdf HL&C 3/6/2017 3:15:00 PM
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HB141 Fiscal Note DOLWD-WD 2.24.17.pdf HL&C 3/6/2017 3:15:00 PM
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HB141 Fiscal Note-DOLWD-AVTEC 2.24.17.pdf HL&C 3/6/2017 3:15:00 PM
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HB141 Fiscal Note-EED-SSA 3.2.17.pdf HL&C 3/6/2017 3:15:00 PM
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HB 141 Supporting Documents-Letters of Support 3.4.17.pdf HL&C 3/6/2017 3:15:00 PM
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HB079 ver D CS workdraft.pdf HL&C 3/6/2017 3:15:00 PM
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HB141 Fiscal Note-UA-SYSBRA 3.6.17.pdf HL&C 3/6/2017 3:15:00 PM
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HB079 Supporting Documents Index 3.5.17.pdf HL&C 3/6/2017 3:15:00 PM
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HB079 Supporting Documents-Letters of Opposition 3.5.17.pdf HL&C 3/6/2017 3:15:00 PM
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HB079 Summary of Changes ver A to ver D 3.6.17.pdf HL&C 3/6/2017 3:15:00 PM
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