POST Monthly Report

april 2016

 

POST BEGINS DEVELOPMENT OF TRAINING VIDEO FOR END OF LIFE OPTION ACT AWARENESS

POST has started development of a training video program in response to the California End of Life Option Act (Assembly Bill X2-15), a new law that will take effect June 9, 2016.  The law authorizes an adult who meets certain qualifications and who is suffering from terminal illness to make a request for a drug prescribed by doctors for the purpose of ending his or her life.

The training video will target peace officers, investigators, and other first responders who may be first on scene to unattended deaths under provisions of the End of Life Option Act.  The goal of the training is to provide officers with the knowledge necessary to conduct a proper investigation of such cases in a manner that ensures compliance with agency policy, procedures, and State law--while remaining sensitive to the impact that these cases have on family members and others on scene.

POST is developing the video in consultation with a diverse group of subject matter experts that includes local peace officers, homicide investigators, 911 dispatchers, Fire/EMS, medical doctors, attorneys, advocacy groups, and others who have expertise with issues involving the End of Life Option Act.

The training video is tentatively scheduled for release in January 2017 to law enforcement agencies statewide.

Questions regarding the training video for End of Life Option Act may be directed to Senior Consultant Larry Ellsworth, Learning Technology Resources Bureau, at (916) 227-4895.


INGLEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT CONSIDERS POST CAREER PIPELINE FRAMEWORK AS A MODEL FOR ITS PROPOSED PUBLIC SERVICE ACADEMY

During April 2016, POST consultants from the Management Counseling, Leadership Development Bureau and the Training Program Services Bureau met with Chief Mark Fronterotta, Inglewood Police Department, to analyze the feasibility of modeling Inglewood’s proposed “Public Service Academy” based on POST’s “Career Pipeline” framework.  Also in attendance were several subject matter experts and professional development staff.

The Career Pipeline is a highly integrative, education-based program designed to prepare youth for careers in public service.  These careers include: law enforcement, corrections, fire protection, emergency response, and law.  The curriculum provides students with an opportunity to strategically acquire knowledge, understand, develop, and demonstrate fundamental character and leadership capabilities sought after in the public service and private sector labor force.

The Career Pipeline program encourages students, parents, school districts, institutions of higher education, the workforce investment system and their partners, to scale up evidence-based outcomes that will transform the life skills of school-aged youth.  

The long-term future vision of the Career Pipeline is to strengthen California’s youth talent pipeline through:

  • Integrated Academic and Career-Focused Learning:  The curriculum will provide students with education and training that combines rigorous academic and career-focused curriculum to increase students' employability in the public service and private in-demand industries; and prepare them for employment, post-secondary education, long-term occupational skills training, or registered apprenticeships.
  • Work-Based Learning and Exposure to the World of Work:  Strong partnerships will provide work-based learning opportunities.  In addition to actual work experience, youth participants will also participate in field trips, job-shadowing, or other types of opportunities that provide students with exposure to different career paths and prepare them for the world of work.
  • Robust Employer Engagement:  Employer partners will provide work-based learning and mentoring, creating a path for students to in-demand industries and occupations including, those in public service, information technologies, manufacturing and other science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields.  Employers will also work closely with schools on professional development and training for staff to drive the sustainability of the program over the long term.
  • Individualized Career and Academic Counseling:  As an integral part of the program design, students will be provided with individualized career and academic counseling experiences to strengthen their career and post-secondary awareness, and explore opportunities beyond their school experiences.
  • Integration of Post-Secondary Education and Training:  Students will participate in education and training, while they are still in the school system that leads to credit toward a post-secondary degree or certificate, and an industry recognized credential, where appropriate.

Questions regarding the Career Pipeline may be directed to Senior Consultant Greg Kyritsis, Management Counseling and Leadership Development Bureau, at (916) 227-3898; or to Senior Consultant Charles Evans, Training Program Services Bureau, at (916) 215-4432.

 

POST HOSTS THE INSTRUCTOR DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE, INTERMEDIATE (LEVEL 2) CLASS

In April 2016, POST hosted a presentation of the Instructor Development Institute (IDI), Intermediate (Level 2) course.  During 2007, the POST Commission approved the creation of the IDI.  The curriculum was subsequently subdivided into four Academy Instructor Certification Courses, Levels 1-4.  The purpose of the curriculum design is to "provide multi-level, multi-track programs to develop professionalism in the delivery of law enforcement instruction."  The Intermediate course builds upon everything that was learned in Basic Instructor Certificate Program (Level 1).  Instructors are introduced to more advanced techniques that both enhance the professional quality of their instruction and helps to better internalize student learning.  Student instructors are provided with more opportunities to explore and practice both the science and the art of adult learning.  They are also exposed to the basics of instructional design.  This course is designed for those who need to complete their IDI, Intermediate (Level 2) training or for those who need to be recertified.  Attendees of this course must have already completed the Academy Instructor Certification Course and the Basic Instructor Certificate Program (Level 1) or its equivalent.  Topics included:

  • Characteristics of Presenters
  • Extemporaneous Speaking
  • Presentation Methods
  • Presentation Practice/Assessment

For POST reimbursable agencies, there is no tuition for the course, and there is reimbursement for travel and per diem expenses.

Questions regarding the IDI, Intermediate (Level 2) course may be directed to Senior Consultant Charles Evans, Training Program Services Bureau, at (916) 215-4432.


POST HOSTS THE INSTRUCTOR DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE, ADVANCED (LEVEL 3) CLASS

In April 2016, POST hosted presentation of the Instructor Development Institute (IDI), Advanced (Level 3) course.  The co-facilitated class consisted of 19 students from six different law enforcement agencies.  The Advanced (Level 3) course introduces an instructor to more advanced components of instructional design and delivery.  It builds on coursework and experience gained through the Basic and Intermediate Course Program with additional courses to develop subject matter expertise, training delivery, and instructional design.  It also includes a coaching and mentoring internship component.  Certification at the Advanced (Level 3) includes:

  • Completion of the 40-hour Advanced Instructor Development Core Course with a 16-hour Teach Back session (56 hours total);
  • Completion of the 24-hour Leadership, Coaching, and Mentoring Course; and
  • Eight-hours being mentored by a Master Instructor.

Questions regarding the IDI, Advanced (Level 3) course may be directed to Senior Consultant Charles Evans, Training Program Services Bureau, at (916) 215-4432.


COMMAND COLLEGE APPLICATION NOW ONLINE

The POST Command College application process is now online.  Applicants can complete the prequalification portion of the application online, submitting it directly to POST.  Once verified that the applicant meets the minimum qualifications for Command College, the remainder of the application will be provided for completion.  The completed application will be uploaded directly to POST.

The streamlined online application process will reduce mailing time and costs to the applicants, increase efficiency in processing applications, and will improve response time to applicants from POST.

The Law Enforcement Command College is an 18-month program designed to prepare law enforcement leaders of today for the challenges of the future.  Applications for Command College are accepted on a continuous basis for classes held in May and December of each year.

Questions regarding the Command College may be directed to Senior Consultant Joe Gutierrez, Management Counseling, Leadership Development Bureau, at (916) 227-2824.


POST ACADEMY INSTRUCTOR CERTIFICATION COURSE (AICC) PRESENTERS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2016-17

During fiscal year 2016-17, POST will facilitate the delivery of 32 Instructor Development Institute, Basic, and the Academy Instructor Certification Courses.  The courses will be presented by the following POST-certified presenters:

  1. Allan Hancock College, Lompoc Valley Campus, Public Safety Training Complex, One Hancock Drive - Building 5, Lompoc, CA 93436; (805) 922-6966, Ext. 3284
  2. Center for Criminal Justice, California State University, Long Beach, 1250 Bellflower Boulevard, HSD 118, Long Beach, CA 90840; (562) 985-4940
  3. Golden West College Regional Criminal Justice Training Center, 15744 Golden West Street, Huntington Beach, CA 92647; (714) 985-8368
  4. Los Angeles Police Department, Training Academy, 5651 West Manchester Blvd., Westchester, CA 90045; (866) 444-5273
  5. Napa Valley College Criminal Justice Training Center, 2277 Napa-Vallejo Highway, Napa, CA 94558; (707) 253-3255
  6. Northern California Regional Public Safety Training College, Administrative Offices, 2409 Dean Street, Suite 119, McClellan, CA 95652; (916) 566-1532
  7. Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, Ben Clark Public Safety Training Center, 16791 Davis Avenue, Riverside, CA 92518; (951) 486-2800
  8. San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department, Frank Bland Regional Training Center, 18901 Institution Road, San Bernardino, CA 92407; (909) 473-2540
  9. San Diego Miramar Community College, 10440 Black Mountain Road, San Diego, CA 92126; (858) 536-7800
  10. South Bay Regional Public Safety Training Consortium, 3095 Yerba Buena Road, San Jose, CA 95135-1598; (408) 270-6458
  11. Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Office Regional Training Center, 3805 Cornucopia, Suite A, Modesto, CA 95358; (209) 567-4408

Questions regarding the AICC Presenters may be directed to Senior Consultant Charles Evans, Training Program Services Bureau, at (916) 215-4432.


POST IS HONORED WITH THE UNITED STATES FLAG AND CERTIFICATE

POST Honored with FlagDuring an All Staff Meeting, Technical Sergeant (TSgt.) Gregory Pielenz of the 45th Aerial Port Squadron, Travis Air Force Base, presented to POST the United States Flag and a certificate from the 107th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron.  TSgt. Pielenz dedicated this flag to the POST Family for the good wishes that POST sent to him and his unit while stationed in Kuwait during a six month tour of duty in 2015.

TSgt. Pielenz stated the flag was flown from Al Jaber Air Base in Kuwait to Iraq in an A-10C Warhog aircraft, #80-0257, during Operation Inherent Resolve 2015.  The flag was flown over the Iraq skies during a 7.9-hour combat mission on June 22, 2015.  Munitions were successfully expended from the aircraft and the aircraft safely returned to its airbase.

Executive Director Robert Stresak gratefully accepted the flag and certificate on behalf of the POST Family, and in a standing ovation, the POST Family applauded TSgt. Pielenz for the generous gift, and for his bravery and services, in protecting the United States of America.

The photograph shown above is TSgt. Pielenz’s wife, Trish Pielenz, with the Learning Technology Resources Bureau.  TSgt. Pielenz is a Reserve and is also a Ranger for the California Department of Parks and Recreation.

 

MEET THE NEW POST EMPLOYEES

Lauren SmalleyLauren Smalley
Training Delivery and Compliance Bureau

POST is pleased to welcome Associate Governmental Program Analyst (AGPA) Lauren Smalley to the Training Delivery and Compliance (TDC) Bureau.  Prior to joining POST, Lauren worked for the California Prison Industry Authority as a Student Assistant, then with the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitations’ Project Management Branch as an Office Technician, Staff Services Analyst, and AGPA.

She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government from California State University, Sacramento, and when not working enjoys spending time with family and friends, crafting and hiking.

Kaden WangKaden Wang
Computer Services Bureau

POST is pleased to welcome Staff Programmer Analyst Kaden Wang to the Computer Services Bureau (CSB).  Kaden Wang joined POST’s CSB in March 2016 and is assigned to the Application Development Unit.  Kaden will work with technical staff to enhance and maintain POST’s mission–critical systems, including EDI, PASS, the Course Catalog, and the POST Website.

Prior to joining POST, Kaden worked as a software developer with the Department of Social Services, where he won a Service Excellence award for his work on the Trustline web application.  Kaden holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from UC Berkeley in Biology.  Kaden’s interests include basketball and Spanish fencing.

 

LEGISLATIVE UPDATE – STATUS OF CURRENT LEGISLATION

The following are bills in Legislative Session 2015-16.  Each bill would have an impact on POST operations, or be of significant interest to law enforcement partners.

Bill # and Author Title and Summary Status of Bill

AB 1663

Assembly Member Chiu

Firearms: assault weapons

This bill would amend Penal Code Sections 30515 and 30900, and add Section 30902, in substance, to expand the classification of assault weapons to include semiautomatic center fire rifles, which are capable of accepting detachable magazines.

Introduced Date: 01/14/16

In Assembly Committee on Appropriations, Set for hearing, Referred to suspense file 04/13/16

AB 1664

Assembly Members Levine and Ting

 

Firearms: assault weapons

This bill would amend Penal Code Sections 30515 and 30900, and add Section 30680, in essence, to define “detachable magazine” and expand the definition of assault weapons.

Introduced Date: 01/14/16

In Assembly Committee on Appropriations, Set for hearing, Referred to suspense file 04/13/16

AB 1680

Assembly Member Rodriguez

Crimes: emergency personnel

This bill would amend Section 402 of the Penal Code, to prohibit the operation or use of a drone or unmanned aerial vehicle at the scene of an emergency by non-emergency personnel.

Introduced Date: 01/19/16

In Assembly for 3rd reading on 04/21/16

AB 1681

Assembly Member Cooper

Smartphones

This bill would add Section 22762 to the Business and Professions Code, relating to smartphones.  The Bill would require smartphones to be capable of being decrypted and unlocked by the manufacturer.

Introduced Date: 01/20/16

In Assembly Committee on Privacy and Consumer Protection, Held without recommendation 04/13/16

AB 1695

Assembly Member
Bonta

Firearms: notice to purchasers: false reports of stolen firearms

This bill would amend Penal Code Sections 16520 and 29805, and add Sections 29305 and 29310, to make it a misdemeanor to report a firearms having been lost/stolen, knowing the report to be false.

Introduced Date: 01/21/16

Referred to Assembly Committee on Appropriations, Suspense file 04/06/16

AB 1718

Assembly Member
Kim

 

Elder Abuse

This bill would amend existing law that makes it a crime for a person who is not a caretaker to violate specified laws proscribing theft, embezzlement, fraud, or identity theft with respect to the property or identifying information of an elder or dependent adult.  Makes a violation of that provision punishable as a misdemeanor in county jail or as a felony in state prison.

Introduced Date: 01/27/16

Failed passage in Public Safety Committee 04/20/16

 

AB 1731

Assembly Member Atkins

 

Human Trafficking: Statewide Interagency Human Trafficking Task Force

This bill would add Section 236.13 to the Penal Code, creating the Statewide Interagency Human Trafficking Task Force.  The Task Force would gather statewide data on sex and labor trafficking, sex buys, and human trafficking, and would recommend interagency protocols and best practices for training and outreach to law enforcement.

Introduced Date: 01/28/16

In Assembly, Set for 1st hearing, Referred to Committee on Appropriations, Suspense file 04/06/16

AB 1737

Assembly Member
McCarty

 

Child death investigations: review teams

This bill would amend Penal Code Section 11174.32 to state that each county shall establish an interagency child death review team to assist local agencies in identifying and reviewing suspicious child deaths and more.

Introduced Date: 02/01/16

In Committee, Set for 1st hearing, Referred to Committee on Appropriations, Suspense file 04/20/16

AB 1760

Assembly Member
Santiago

 

Human trafficking

This bill would require a peace officer to determine whether a suspect of a crime is a minor who is a human trafficking victim.  The officer would make a record of the determination and provide the District Attorney with a record for independent review.

Introduced Date: 02/02/16

Read 2nd time and amended 04/26/16

 

AB 1820

Assembly Member
Quirk

 

Unmanned aircraft systems

This bill would add Penal Code Section 14350 and generally prohibit a law enforcement agency from using an unmanned aircraft system, obtain from another agency, loan, or arrange to use information obtained from an unmanned aircraft system with several exceptions.  This bill would also require the destruction of data within one year, except as specified.

Introduced Date: 02/08/16

Pass and re-referred to Committee on Appropriations 04/21/16

AB 1857

Assembly Member
Rodriguez

 

Criminal history information: medical facilities

This bill would amend Penal Code Section 13306 and require a peace officer to disclose to staff, at an acute care hospital, that an arrestee that has a violent criminal history and that the arrestee could be a danger to staff.

Introduced Date: 02/10/16

In committee, Set for 2nd hearing, Hearing canceled at the request of author 03/29/16

AB 1860

Assembly Member
Alejo

Local law enforcement: body-worn cameras: grant program

This bill would require the Board of State Community Corrections to develop a grant program to make funds available to local law enforcement entities to purchase body-worn cameras and related data storage equipment.

Introduced Date: 02/10/16

Pass and re-referred to Committee on Appropriations 04/19/16

AB 1869

Assembly Member Melendez

 

Theft: firearms

This bill would amend Penal Code Sections 490.2 and 496 and amend Prop 47 by making the buying/receiving stolen firearms a misdemeanor or felony.

Introduced Date: 02/10/16

In Committee, Set for 1st hearing, Referred to Committee on Appropriations, Suspense file 04/20/16

AB 1940

Assembly Member
Cooper

Peace Officer: body-worn cameras: policies and procedures

This bill would state the intent of the Legislature to enact legislation to establish policies and procedures to address issues related to peace officers’ use of body-worn cameras.

Introduced Date: 02/12/16

Pass and re-referred to Assembly Committee on  Appropriations 04/21/16

AB 1957

Assembly Member
Quirk

Public records: body-worn cameras

This bill would add Section 6254.31 to the Government Code relating to public records and authorize the governing board of a law enforcement agency, in closed session, to review footage from a body-worn camera when an officer is involved in an incident that resulted in a great bodily injury or death.  It would also require the release footage from a body-worn camera 60 days after the commencement of an investigation into a misconduct allegation based on use of force resulting in great bodily injury or death.

Introduced Date: 02/12/16

Pass as amended and re-referred to Assembly Committee on Appropriations 04/26/16

 

AB 2327

Assembly Member Cooley

Contacting or communicating with a minor

This bill would make it a crime to contact or communicate with a minor, or attempt to contact or communicate with a minor, as specified, with the intent to commit human trafficking of, or unlawful sexual intercourse with, the minor.

Introduced Date: 02/18/16

In Assembly Committee on Appropriations, Referred to suspense file 04/13/16

AB 2361

Assembly Member Santiago

Peace Officers: University of Southern California security officers

This bill would authorize an independent institution of higher education, as defined, to designate a person regularly employed as a security officer as a peace officer during the course of and within the scope of his or her employment, as specified, provided that the person successfully complete the course of training.

Introduced Date: 02/18/16

In Assembly, Ordered to 3rd reading 04/20/16

 

AB 2611

Assembly Member Low

The California Public Records Act: exemptions

This bill would amend Section 6254 of the Government Code to expand the exemption of disclosure to include investigatory or security audio or video recordings.  The bill would exempt from disclosure any audio or video recording depicting the death or serious bodily injury of a peace officer.

Introduced Date: 02/19/16

Passed and re-referred to Assembly Committee on Appropriations 04/20/16

AB 2724

Assembly Member Gatto

Unmanned aircrafts

This bill would state the intent of the Legislature is to enact legislation that would provide immunity for first responders who damage or destroy drones that interfere with emergency operations.

Introduced Date: 02/19/16

Referred to Committee on Privacy & Consumer Protection on 03/28/16

SB 690

Senator Stone

Stalking

This bill would amend Penal Code Section 646.9, to expand the definition of stalking to include willfully, maliciously, and repeatedly tracking a person with an electronic tracking device.

Introduced Date: 02/27/15

In Assembly Committee on Privacy & Consumer Protection on 09/11/15

SB 823
Senator Block

 

Criminal procedure: human trafficking

This bill would amend Penal Code Section 1203.49, to create a presumption that if a defendant were committing ANY offense while he/she were a victim of human trafficking, the defendant is entitled to a presumption the requirements of relief have been met; (among other considerations) the guilty verdict will be set aside.

Introduced Date: 01/06/16

Placed on Senate Committee on Appropriations, Suspense file 04/25/16

SB 870

Senator Roth

Domestic violence

This bill would make non-substantive edits to Penal Code Section 273.5, relating to domestic violence.

Introduced Date: 01/12/16

Placed on Senate Appropriations, Suspense file
04/18/16

SB 876

Senator Liu

Homelessness

This bill would add Part 2.2 (commencing with Section 53.8) to Division 1 of the Civil Code, and add Section 11139.2 to the Government Code, to expand the current provision to include exclusion or discrimination based upon homeless status.  The bill also proposes to afford persons to “the right to rest in public spaces…”  In addition, there is language to authorize civil action relief of damages up to $1,000.00 per violation.  

Introduced Date: 01/14/16

In Senate Committee on Transportation & Housing, Cancelled at the request of author 04/11/16

SB 880

Senator Hall

Firearms: assault weapons

This bill would amend Penal Code Sections 30515 and 30900, to revise the definition of “assault weapon” to mean semiautomatic center-fire rifle, or a semiautomatic pistol that does not have a fixed magazine.

Introduced Date: 01/15/16

Passed, Referred to Senate Committee on Appropriations 04/22/16

SB 894

Senator Jackson

Firearms: lost or stolen: reports

This bill would require every person who owns a firearm to report the theft or loss to local law enforcement within five days.

Introduced Date: 01/21/16

Passed, Referred to Senate Committee on Appropriations 04/20/16

SB 1005

Senator Jackson

Marriage

This bill would amend any references to “husband” and “wife” or “married persons” to “spouse.”  (This bill could impact Regular Basic Course workbooks.)

Introduced Date: 02/10/16

Passed Senate, In Assembly for 1st reading 04/14/16

SB 1200

Senator Jackson

Animal cruelty: training: criminal statistics
 

This bill would require the course of basic training for correction and probation officers on domestic violence to include adequate instruction on the seriousness of animal cruelty and its link to violence against humans.  (Numerous amendments removing peace officers, adding probation officers.)

Introduced Date: 02/18/16

Set for hearing April 25, Placed on Senate Committee on Appropriations, Suspense file 04/25/16

SB 1221

Senator Hertzberg

Firefighters: interaction with mentally disabled persons

This bill would authorize POST to make the mental health training currently available to peace officers available to firefighters and fire departments.

Introduced Date: 02/18/16

Read 2nd time and amended, Ordered to consent calendar
04/26/16

SB 1286

Senator Leno

 

Peace officers: records of misconduct

This bill would amend the Evidence, Government, and Penal Codes to authorize a municipality or local public agency that employs peace officers or custodial officers to hear and adjudicate administrative appeals in hearings open to the public.  Some or all of the documents would be available for public inspection.

Introduced Date: 02/19/16

Read 2nd time and amended, Re-referred to Senate Committee on Appropriations
04/21/16

SB 1289

Senator Lara

Law enforcement: immigration

This bill would prohibit the board of supervisors or sheriff of a county or a legislative body or chief of police of a city or a city and county from entering into or renewing a contract to detain immigrants for profit, on behalf of the Department of Homeland Security, with a private corporation, contractor, or vendor.

Introduced Date: 02/19/16

Pass and re-referred to Senate Committee on Appropriations 04/20/16

SB 1334

Senator Stone

Crime reporting: health practitioners: human trafficking

This bill would require a health care practitioner who provides medical services to a patient who discloses he/she has been the victim of assaultive/abusive conduct including human trafficking, to make a report to law enforcement.

Introduced Date: 02/19/16

Senate Committee on Appropriations, Placed on suspense file 04/25/16

SB 1337

Senator Morrell

Peace officers: fire departments

This bill would amend Penal Code Sections 803.37 and 30625, to provide that members of a fire department or fire protection agency who are designated by their employing agency with a responsibility for investigating or preventing terrorism are peace officers and may carry firearms if authorized and under terms and conditions specified by their employing agency. The bill would also authorize fire departments and fire protection agencies to buy assault weapons or .50 BMG rifles.

Introduced Date: 02/19/16

April 19 set for 2nd hearing, Canceled at the request of author 04/13/16

 

SB 1362

Senator Mendoza

Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority: security officers

This bill would allow security officers of the Los Angeles County Transportation Authority to detain individuals on properties owned by the LACTA.  In addition, it would allow the same security officers to carry shotguns.  (Non-POST agency)

Introduced Date: 02/19/16

April 19 set for 1st hearing, Canceled at the request of author 04/20/16

SB 1446

Senator Hancock

Firearms: magazine capacity

This bill would among other things, amend several Penal Code sections (e.g., 32310, 32400, and 32405, etc.) changing the penalties for a person in possession of a large capacity magazine, effective July 1, 2017.

Introduced Date: 02/19/16

Passed, Referred to Senate Committee on Appropriations
04/22/16

SB 1462

Senator Huff

Vehicles: driving under the influence: drug testing

This bill would amend Vehicle Code Section 23612 and would authorize an officer to use a preliminary oral fluid screening test to establish reasonable cause to believe the person was driving a vehicle in violation of certain prohibitions against driving under the influence of drugs.

Introduced Date: 02/19/16

Read 2nd time and amended, Re-referred to Senate Committee on Appropriations
04/21/16

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