05.12.11 | Assembly Committee on Criminal Justice and Corrections
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Venue:  State Capitol
Event Time:  10:30AM
Assembly Bill 126 - Carrying a Concealed Weapon
Assembly Bill 18 - Collection and Analysis of Motor Vehicle Traffic Stop Information
Assembly Bill 57 - Relating to Certain Controlled Substances and Providing a Penalty
Assembly Bill 86 - Corrections and Sentencing
Biddle, Eyon
Bies, Garey
Bonavia, Jeri
Borchert, Betty
Brooks, Ed
Church, Richard
Clarke, David
Davis, Buzz
Fendry, Jim
Gibart, Tony
Grant, Tim
Gunderson, Scott
Hebl, Gary
Herstand, Marc
Hoffman, Hubert
Jacque, Andre
Kessler, Frederick
Kestell, Steve
Krause, Brad
Krug, Scott
La Sorte, Darren
Mahoney, Dave
Malkasian, Joe
Merline, Paul
Mursau, Jeffrey
Pettit, Doug
Rose, Heidi
Terrell, C.J.
Terrell, Damon
Turner, Robert
Wiswell, Jeff
Wolf, Erika
05.12.11 | Assembly Committee on Criminal Justice and Corrections
Duration: [06:57:09]
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On May 12, 2011 the Assembly Committee on Criminal Justice and Corrections met at the state Capitol to hold an executive session on the following items: Assembly Bill 18, relating to collection and analysis of motor vehicle traffic stop information and law enforcement training standards; Assembly Bill 57, relating to certain controlled substances and providing a penalty; and Assembly Bill 86, relating to corrections and sentencing. Immediately following the executive session, the committee held a public hearing on Assembly Bill 126, relating to carrying a concealed weapon.