Legislature(2015 - 2016)CAPITOL 106

03/24/2015 08:00 AM House STATE AFFAIRS

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Heard & Held
Moved HB 142 Out of Committee
Moved CSHCR 7(STA) Out of Committee
Moved CSHJR 14(STA) Out of Committee
Moved CSHCR 4(STA) Out of Committee
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        HB 77-DISABILITY:ID/LICENSE AND TRAINING RQMTS.                                                                     
8:06:43 AM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR LYNN announced  that the first order of  business was HOUSE                                                               
BILL NO. 77, "An Act  relating to training regarding disabilities                                                               
for  police   officers,  probation  officers,   parole  officers,                                                               
correctional  officers,  and   village  public  safety  officers;                                                               
relating  to guidelines  for drivers  when encountering  or being                                                               
stopped  by  a  peace  officer;   relating  to  driver's  license                                                               
examinations; and relating to  a voluntary disability designation                                                               
on a state identification card and a driver's license."                                                                         
8:06:56 AM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  STEVE  THOMPSON,  Alaska  State  Legislature,  as                                                               
prime sponsor, introduced HB 77,  and announced that Jane Pierson                                                               
would present the proposed legislation.                                                                                         
8:07:15 AM                                                                                                                    
JANE PIERSON, Staff, Representative  Steve Thompson, Alaska State                                                               
Legislature,  presented   HB  77  on  behalf   of  Representative                                                               
Thompson, prime sponsor.   She stated that the goal  of HB 77 was                                                               
to  improve communication  between law  enforcement professionals                                                               
and those  in other  agencies, who may  interact with  people who                                                               
have no  apparent disabilities.   She said disabilities  that are                                                               
not  apparent   to  others  include  the   following  conditions:                                                               
intellectual  disability, traumatic  brain injury,  mental health                                                               
conditions, epilepsy, hearing  impairment, fetal alcohol spectrum                                                               
disorders  (FASD),  autism,  and post-traumatic  stress  disorder                                                               
MS.  PIERSON said  there were  three components  to HB  77.   The                                                               
first was in  regard to identification.  She explained  that on a                                                               
voluntary basis,  a person with  a disability could get  a marker                                                               
on his/her license that would  discretely inform officials of the                                                               
disability.  It would require a  letter from a doctor or nurse to                                                               
qualify for  such a marker  on the  license.  The  next component                                                               
was training,  which [would  be developed  by] the  Alaska Police                                                               
Standards Council  (APSC).   Ms. Pierson noted  that she  had met                                                               
with Kelly Alzaharna, the executive  director of the council, who                                                               
had  suggested that  any  changes to  police  standards would  be                                                               
better placed in regulation, rather than statute.                                                                               
REPRESENTATIVE STUTES asked for clarification.                                                                                  
8:09:23 AM                                                                                                                    
MS. PIERSON noted that the language  on page 2, lines 8-13, of HB
77, described the curriculum requirements,  and Ms. Alzaharna had                                                               
told  her  that  the  reason the  requirements  would  be  better                                                               
outlined in  regulation, was that  if they were in  statute, they                                                               
could grow  to be unmanageable.   She  said the bill  sponsor was                                                               
working on an amendment to address the issue.                                                                                   
8:10:06 AM                                                                                                                    
MS. PIERSON said most people did  not know the proper protocol to                                                               
follow  if they  were  pulled  over by  an  officer.   The  third                                                               
component  of HB  77 would  propose that  the basic  protocol was                                                               
written in  the driver  manual and  test.   Ms. Pierson  said she                                                               
thought [the  curriculum requirements]  should be  in regulation,                                                               
as Ms. Alzaharna had recommended.                                                                                               
MS. PIERSON stated that sometimes  people with disabilities tried                                                               
to  hide them,  pretended  to understand  their  rights, did  not                                                               
understand or  hear commands, were overwhelmed  with the presence                                                               
of   authority,  or   had  trouble   processing  or   remembering                                                               
information.    She said  the  proposed  legislation would  bring                                                               
awareness to  the fact  that the first  interaction a  person had                                                               
with  a peace  officer may  generate  the outcome  of the  entire                                                               
conversation.    Further,  it   would  give  people  with  hidden                                                               
disabilities a voice.                                                                                                           
8:11:53 AM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE THOMPSON  relayed that  the idea for  the proposed                                                               
legislation   came  from   people   who   shared  stories   about                                                               
individuals  who  had  been  stopped  by  a  police  officer  and                                                               
handcuffed for  being intoxicated, when the  individuals actually                                                               
were disabled.   He said if the officer had  had proper training,                                                               
he would have been able to figure out what was really occurring.                                                                
CHAIR  LYNN asked  if  there would  be any  method  by which  the                                                               
proposed marker  on the disabled person's  driver's license could                                                               
link to a database that would  inform the officer of the specific                                                               
MS. PIERSON answered that she  thought the fiscal note that would                                                               
accompany such  technology would  "be enough  to sink  the bill";                                                               
however,  she  ventured the  technology  could  be added  further                                                               
along in time.   She indicated that the  proposed legislation, as                                                               
written, would  [provide a  marker on  the license],  which would                                                               
start the  conversation between the  officer and  the individual,                                                               
regarding the individual's disability.   In response to a follow-                                                               
up question, she said the  sponsor was not considering coding the                                                               
disabilities, but rather to offer  a more universal symbol on the                                                               
license indicating a person with a hidden disability.                                                                           
CHAIR LYNN asked  if, under HB 77, those  individuals with hidden                                                               
disabilities  would  be able  to  go  to  the Division  of  Motor                                                               
Vehicles (DMV) for a new license.                                                                                               
MS. PIERSON answered  that they could.  She  continued, "There is                                                               
a $5 fee if  you are getting a new license.   Other than that, as                                                               
long  as they  have  a  correct letter  from  their doctor,  they                                                               
8:14:37 AM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  STUTES suggested  that  the  requirement for  the                                                               
letter should omit  the nurse and add a  physician assistant (PA)                                                               
instead.    She opined  that  HB  77 was  "a  great  bill."   She                                                               
indicated  she knew  about  a  situation where  a  person with  a                                                               
hidden disability  not only  got put in  handcuffs, but  was also                                                               
8:15:41 AM                                                                                                                    
MS. PIERSON directed  attention to page 3, lines  6-7, which read                                                               
as follows:                                                                                                                     
     To receive  the designation,  the person  shall provide                                                                    
     proof of  the disability  from a  person licensed  as a                                                                    
     physician or physician assistant  under AS 08.64, as an                                                                    
     advanced  nurse practitioner  under AS  08.68, or  as a                                                                    
     licensed psychologist under AS 08.86.                                                                                      
MS.  PIERSON, in  response  to Chair  Lynn,  said a  psychiatrist                                                               
would be included because he/she was a medical doctor.                                                                          
8:16:33 AM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE   VAZQUEZ  determined   that  the   aforementioned                                                               
language on page  3, lines 6-7, aligned with language  on page 4,                                                               
lines 25-28.                                                                                                                    
8:17:13 AM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  THOMPSON related  that  some  people with  hidden                                                               
disabilities  did  not  want   those  disabilities  pointed  out;                                                               
therefore, he emphasized the voluntary  nature of the proposal to                                                               
have the indication on a driver's license.                                                                                      
CHAIR  LYNN  pointed  out  that the  indicator  on  the  driver's                                                               
license  would be  visible to  other people  who asked  to see  a                                                               
license, such as airport security or a person selling alcohol.                                                                  
REPRESENTATIVE THOMPSON responded that was correct.                                                                             
8:17:52 AM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR  LYNN  offered  his understanding  that  the  bill  sponsor                                                               
wished to return to the committee with a committee substitute.                                                                  
REPRESENTATIVE THOMPSON confirmed that was correct.                                                                             
8:18:04 AM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  KELLER observed  that the  fiscal note  mentioned                                                               
there would be some modifications  to the manual published by the                                                               
DMV, and he asked what those modifications would be.                                                                            
MS.  PIERSON said  the modification  would be  the aforementioned                                                               
list  of protocol  regarding  how  to act  when  approached by  a                                                               
police officer.   She  indicated that since  the DMV  revised the                                                               
manual every  year, the addition  of the proposed  language would                                                               
cost the state nothing.                                                                                                         
8:18:41 AM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE VAZQUEZ  said she  had spoken to  the commissioner                                                               
and  deputy  commissioner  of the  Department  of  Public  Safety                                                               
(DPS), and they  both said they thought  the proposed legislation                                                               
would be "reasonable to implement."   She said she wanted that in                                                               
writing for the record.                                                                                                         
MS. PIERSON  stated that was  something the sponsor  would obtain                                                               
by working with the APSC.                                                                                                       
REPRESENTATIVE  VAZQUEZ said  she also  wanted feedback  from the                                                               
DMV.   She  opined that  HB 77  was excellent  legislation.   She                                                               
emphasized there  was a  strong training  component, as  noted by                                                               
the  bill sponsor  in  his three-page  handout  [included in  the                                                               
committee  packet]   entitled,  "Training  in   recognizing  non-                                                               
apparent disabilities."                                                                                                         
8:20:30 AM                                                                                                                    
AMY  ERICKSON,  Director,  Division   of  Motor  Vehicles  (DMV),                                                               
Department  of Administration,  stated  that  the division  would                                                               
have no problem implementing HB 77.                                                                                             
8:20:42 AM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  STUTES   said  she  presumed  that   because  the                                                               
indicator  on  the driver's  license  would  be voluntary,  there                                                               
would be  no issue  related to  the Health  Insurance Portability                                                               
and Accountability Act (HIPA).                                                                                                  
MS. PIERSON  indicated that was  her understanding, but  said she                                                               
could check.                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE STUTES recommended doing so.                                                                                     
8:21:25 AM                                                                                                                    
JUANITA  WEBB,  Wall  Busters Advocacy  Group  ("Wall  Busters"),                                                               
began her testimony  by relating that Wall  Busters advocated for                                                               
disabled  and senior  individuals.   For  example,  she said  the                                                               
group  was heavily  involved with  a  campaign to  get the  local                                                               
fairgrounds paved.   She stated that each year  Wall Busters held                                                               
a legislative luncheon  to discuss issues with  legislators.  She                                                               
indicated that  Wall Busters had  worked with the  legislature to                                                               
bring forward  the legislation to  address this issue,  which she                                                               
said extends nationwide.                                                                                                        
MS.   WEBB  said   [articles   entitled,  "How   Misunderstanding                                                               
Disability  Leads to  Police  Violence," by  David  M. Perry  and                                                               
Lawrence Carter-Long, 5/6/14, and  "People With Disabilities Half                                                               
of People Killed  by Cops; Disability Rights  Groups Protest," by                                                               
Joyce  Chediac,  1/24/15,  included   in  the  committee  packet]                                                               
highlighted  the  outcomes  of   different  situations  that  had                                                               
happened throughout  the country.   She referred to  her personal                                                               
story  [in  a  letter  to  the  bill  sponsor,  included  in  the                                                               
committee packet].   She said  she would never have  imagined she                                                               
would  [have   had  an  experience   that]  gave  her   a  better                                                               
understanding of  what some people with  disabilities experience.                                                               
She  relayed that  her husband  was  legally blind,  and she  had                                                               
experienced  people talking  to her  instead of  him or  speaking                                                               
loudly to him.   She stated that unless a  person was living with                                                               
a disability, he/she could not fully understand it.                                                                             
MS. WEBB  said she thought  the proposed legislation  boiled down                                                               
to one thing:   education, both for people  with disabilities and                                                               
the people who interact with them.   She indicated there may be a                                                               
situation in which a person with  a disability may not be able to                                                               
communicate with  an officer, and  the marker on the  card, along                                                               
with  the  training of  the  officer  in what  to  do  in such  a                                                               
situation, would bring  about a better outcome.   She thanked the                                                               
bill sponsor.                                                                                                                   
8:25:11 AM                                                                                                                    
MS. WEBB  referred again to  [the article by Joyce  Chediac], and                                                               
she  read [a  portion of  the  final paragraph],  which she  said                                                               
summed up her beliefs.  It read as follows:                                                                                     
     As a  member of a  community that supports  justice and                                                                    
     inclusion, we do  not have the luxury to  stand by when                                                                    
     injustice is  blatantly taking place  in any  form, nor                                                                    
     should we  be satisfied  to wait for  other communities                                                                    
     to  ask  for  our  help.   Civil  rights,  respect  and                                                                    
     justice are due to all.                                                                                                    
8:25:44 AM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR LYNN remarked that getting  pulled over by an officer could                                                               
render  someone  "semi-traumatized,"  and he  ventured  that  the                                                               
reaction  for someone  with a  disability could  be exponentially                                                               
8:26:09 AM                                                                                                                    
PATRICK  REINHART, Director,  Governor's Council  on Disabilities                                                               
and  Special  Education, testified  that  the  council had  fully                                                               
vetted  the issues  related  to  HB 77  and  fully supported  the                                                               
proposed  legislation  for  its   intent  to  train  people  with                                                               
disabilities how  to act when  pulled over  by an officer  and to                                                               
train  officers  how  they  should   interact  with  people  with                                                               
disabilities.  Further, he said the  fact that having a marker on                                                               
the license  would be voluntary  would make HB 77  more palatable                                                               
for some.                                                                                                                       
CHAIR LYNN talked about the  importance of everyone learning what                                                               
to do  when an officer  stops his/her  vehicle.  He  indicated he                                                               
would  encourage people  to get  out their  driver's license  and                                                               
place  both  hands  on  the steering  wheel  before  the  officer                                                               
approaches  the vehicle.   He  stated that  it was  dangerous for                                                               
officers when  they pulled  people over  because they  never know                                                               
who  was  going  to be  in  the  vehicle.    He said  there  were                                                               
thousands of cases that illustrated that.                                                                                       
8:27:58 AM                                                                                                                    
ARTHUR  DELAUNE,  Member,  Wall  Busters  Advocacy  Group  ("Wall                                                               
Busters"),  expressed  his  appreciation  for  the  work  of  the                                                               
sponsor's  office  on  HB  77.   He  addressed  previously  asked                                                               
questions.   First, he  said it was  not the intent  of HB  77 to                                                               
allow an  officer to recognize  a disability through  a database.                                                               
He explained  that linking a  marker on a  license to a  name and                                                               
personal information  would be  a violation of  HIPA.   He stated                                                               
that the entire purpose of  the proposed legislation was to train                                                               
officers  how to  treat everyone  respectfully, especially  those                                                               
with hidden  disabilities.   The marker  on the  driver's license                                                               
would  allow the  officer  to  recognize that  the  person had  a                                                               
disability and, because of the  training, he/she would be able to                                                               
ask appropriate questions.   It would be up to  the individual to                                                               
disclose what  the disability was and  what accommodations he/she                                                               
might  need in  order  to create  a safe  interaction.   He  said                                                               
several  years  ago  concern  was expressed  that  this  type  of                                                               
legislation may  make it more  dangerous for the  police officer,                                                               
but he said that "absolutely is not  the intent of the bill."  He                                                               
said the police  officer would ensure a safe  traffic stop before                                                               
looking at the driver's license.   He confirmed that the proposed                                                               
legislation would not  violate HIPA regulations.  He  said it was                                                               
the person's  right to disclose  a disability, and if  he/she did                                                               
so, it would be helpful for both parties involved.                                                                              
8:30:15 AM                                                                                                                    
MR. DELAUNE  said he  had two  sons diagnosed  with FASD,  one of                                                               
which had an encounter with law  enforcement a few years ago.  He                                                               
said  one of  the traits  of someone  with FASD  was that  he/she                                                               
wanted to please the person with  whom they were interacting.  He                                                               
said he had first-hand knowledge  that his son was giving answers                                                               
to the  police officer in order  to please the authority,  but he                                                               
"did not  understand what  he was giving  to the  officer," which                                                               
resulted in his  being arrested.  He said there  are many stories                                                               
nationwide about people  who have had bad  encounters with police                                                               
officers, and he  did not think many people did  not realize what                                                               
an  issue this  was, because  there had  been articles  about law                                                               
enforcement  "maybe overreacting  to  situations."   He said  the                                                               
intent of  HB 77 was to  train officers not to  overreact, but to                                                               
use de-escalation  techniques in order to  diffuse the situation.                                                               
He said he  had been working most of the  summer with the various                                                               
police agencies  that would be  involved.   He said under  HB 77,                                                               
the training would be held  at academies in Sitka, Fairbanks, and                                                               
Anchorage.  He said the  academies in Anchorage and Fairbanks had                                                               
been  using  crisis  intervention   training,  and  the  training                                                               
program was due  for revamping in April 2015.   He indicated that                                                               
the  same standardized  training would  be used  on all  Alaska's                                                               
police force, and the component of  the training from HB 77 would                                                               
create  safe practices  that would  positively affect  everyone -                                                               
not only those with disabilities.                                                                                               
8:32:51 AM                                                                                                                    
KELLY  ALZAHARNA,  Director,   Alaska  Police  Standards  Council                                                               
(APSC),  Department  of  Public  Safety (DPS),  stated  that  the                                                               
division  was supportive  of the  training, but  thought that  it                                                               
should  be set  up in  regulation rather  than in  statute.   She                                                               
confirmed that  all three police  academies and  the correctional                                                               
academy in  Alaska "include  some form of  this training  at this                                                               
point."   She  stated, "The  council has  been working,  over the                                                               
last  year, through  a committee,  to revise  the section  in our                                                               
regulations that  specifies what training  goes into each  of the                                                               
academy curriculum,  and this is where  we feel we would  like to                                                               
have this type of training specified."                                                                                          
CHAIR  LYNN  announced  his intent  to  co-sponsor  the  proposed                                                               
8:34:06 AM                                                                                                                    
REBECCA  TRAYLOR,  Member,  Wall Busters  Advocacy  Group  ("Wall                                                               
Busters"), indicated  that people  with disabilities had  come to                                                               
the  group with  stories  of  being mistreated  by  police.   She                                                               
talked about  the importance of  being treated  respectfully, and                                                               
said  some police,  parole, probation,  and corrections  officers                                                               
have  trouble  recognizing  that   a  person  had  a  disability;                                                               
therefore, training would help in  that recognition and teach the                                                               
proper  treatment of  those with  disabilities.   She stated  she                                                               
supported HB  77 because of  the proposed training  for officers.                                                               
She said Wall  Busters Advocacy Group believed  that the proposed                                                               
legislation  would  reduce   conflict  between  individuals  with                                                               
disabilities  and  law  enforcement,   which  would  "make  these                                                               
encounters safer for all the parties involved."                                                                                 
8:36:56 AM                                                                                                                    
MS. TRAYLOR  relayed a story  of a  friend and colleague  in Wall                                                               
Busters  who was  experiencing mental  health issues.   She  said                                                               
police entered the woman's home and  arrested her.  The woman was                                                               
incoherent,  but not  hostile  or violent.   She  wound  up in  a                                                               
strait jacket  in a holding  cell overnight, for 18  hours, until                                                               
the police  could figure out  what to do  with her.   Ms. Traylor                                                               
said  there are  not many  facilities in  Fairbanks that  address                                                               
mental health issues;  therefore, the idea was to  send the woman                                                               
to  the Alaska  Psychiatric Institute  (API) in  Anchorage.   She                                                               
offered her understanding  that API had become  "a dumping ground                                                               
for  people with  hidden disabilities  or some  kind of  behavior                                                               
that's not  been determined."   She  said there  was more  to the                                                               
woman's  story that  she could  provide  to the  committee.   She                                                               
indicated that this type of story  was heard in Fairbanks and had                                                               
become a huge problem nationally.   She said in many of the cases                                                               
in  the  country  that  had  been  in  the  news,  it  was  later                                                               
discovered that  the person  involved had  a mental  health issue                                                               
and  the  incident could  have  been  handled differently.    She                                                               
stated that Wall Busters wanted to  be on the forefront of fixing                                                               
this situation  or at least  providing easier solutions  for both                                                               
sides.   She  emphasized  that the  desired  solution would  make                                                               
everyone involved handle each situation better.                                                                                 
8:40:22 AM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE GRUENBERG  directed attention  to the  proposal to                                                               
"create a discrete symbol", found on page  3, line 3.  He said he                                                               
hoped  that the  sponsor  would consider  that  word, because  he                                                               
opined the symbol should be immediately visible.                                                                                
MS. PIERSON responded that there  was a current universal symbol.                                                               
She said  the symbol  would be  like the  one that  was currently                                                               
used for veterans, which she said was noticeable.                                                                               
REPRESENTATIVE GRUENBERG  suggested the sponsor consider  the use                                                               
of the word "discreet".  He  explained that he had interpreted it                                                               
as  meaning "subtle"  rather  than "unique."    He then  directed                                                               
attention  to  a list,  which  he  observed  to focus  on  mental                                                               
impairment.   He  said other  disabilities that  could be  hidden                                                               
were:   partial hearing loss,  epilepsy, and someone who  did not                                                               
speak English.  He said the  latter would not usually be called a                                                               
disability, except it was in an emergency situation.                                                                            
8:42:52 AM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  GRUENBERG credited  Representative Kreiss-Tomkins                                                               
as having handed him a note  that explained that the two meanings                                                               
of "discreet" and "discrete" were spelled differently.                                                                          
REPRESENTATIVE VAZQUEZ suggested that  perhaps there was a better                                                               
word to use  because if there was confusion  among the committee,                                                               
there could be confusion among the public.                                                                                      
CHAIR LYNN announced that he  would keep public testimony open on                                                               
HB 77.                                                                                                                          
CHAIR LYNN announced that HB 77 was held over.                                                                                  

Document Name Date/Time Subjects
10 HCR4 Draft Proposed Blank CS ver E.pdf HSTA 3/24/2015 8:00:00 AM
01 HB 77 - Bill ver. W.pdf HSTA 3/24/2015 8:00:00 AM
HB 77
02 HB 77 Sponsor Statement 2.4.15.docx.pdf HSTA 3/24/2015 8:00:00 AM
HB 77
03 HB 77 Sectional Analysis ver. W.pdf HSTA 3/24/2015 8:00:00 AM
HB 77
04 HB 77 - Supporting document,Letter Juanita Webb.pdf HSTA 3/24/2015 8:00:00 AM
HB 77
05 HB 77 - Supporting Documents, Support Wallbusters Disability Info.pdf HSTA 3/24/2015 8:00:00 AM
HB 77
06 HB 77 Supporting Documents-Letter Frank Ron.pdf HSTA 3/24/2015 8:00:00 AM
HB 77
07 HB 77 Supporting Documents - Letter Lance Ostnes.pdf HSTA 3/24/2015 8:00:00 AM
HB 77
08 HB 77 Supporting Document - How Misunderstanding Disability Leads to Police Violence.pdf HSTA 3/24/2015 8:00:00 AM
HB 77
09 HB 77 Supporting documents - 5 Letters of Support-.pdf HSTA 3/24/2015 8:00:00 AM
HB 77
10 HB 77 Supporting Documents - Article People with disabilities half of people killed by cops.pdf HSTA 3/24/2015 8:00:00 AM
HB 77
11 HB 77 Supporting Documents - Letter Lance Ostnes.pdf HSTA 3/24/2015 8:00:00 AM
HB 77
12 HB 77 Supporting Documents-Letter Frank Ron.pdf HSTA 3/24/2015 8:00:00 AM
HB 77
13 HB77 Fiscal Note DOA-DMV.pdf HSTA 3/24/2015 8:00:00 AM
HB 77
01 HB142 Version W.pdf HSTA 3/24/2015 8:00:00 AM
HB 142
02 HB142 Sponsor Statement v.W.pdf HSTA 3/24/2015 8:00:00 AM
HB 142
03 HB142 Fiscal Note DOA-GS.pdf HSTA 3/24/2015 8:00:00 AM
HB 142
01 HCR7 verA.PDF HSTA 3/24/2015 8:00:00 AM
01a CS HCR7 verH.pdf HSTA 3/24/2015 8:00:00 AM
01b HCR7 Summary of Changes v.A to v.H.pdf HSTA 3/24/2015 8:00:00 AM
02 HCR7 Sponsor Statement.pdf HSTA 3/24/2015 8:00:00 AM
03 HCR7 Supporting Documents- Article Consequences of Child Abuse and Neglect.pdf HSTA 3/24/2015 8:00:00 AM
04 HCR7 Supporting Documents- Website Casashaw Go Blue.pdf HSTA 3/24/2015 8:00:00 AM
05 HCR7 Supporting Documents- Website Providence Hospital.pdf HSTA 3/24/2015 8:00:00 AM
06 HCR7 Supporting Documents- Website US Dept HESS National Child Abuse Prevention Month 2015.pdf HSTA 3/24/2015 8:00:00 AM
07 HCR7-LEG-SESS-03-20-15.pdf HSTA 3/24/2015 8:00:00 AM
14 HB 77- Letter of Support- Denise Daniello- 3-21-15.pdf HSTA 3/24/2015 8:00:00 AM
HB 77