Legislature(2011 - 2012)CAPITOL 120

02/04/2011 01:00 PM JUDICIARY


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01:07:19 PM Start
01:07:47 PM Overview(s): Department of Corrections
01:51:58 PM HB7
02:58:08 PM Adjourn
* first hearing in first committee of referral
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Corrections
*+ HB 7 SYNTHETIC CANNABINOIDS AS SCHEDULE IIA TELECONFERENCED
Heard & Held
         HB 7 - SYNTHETIC CANNABINOIDS AS SCHEDULE IIA                                                                      
                                                                                                                                
1:51:58 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
VICE CHAIR  THOMPSON announced  that the  final order  of business                                                              
would be HOUSE  BILL NO. 7, "An Act classifying  certain synthetic                                                              
cannabinoids   as   schedule  IIA   controlled   substances;   and                                                              
providing for an effective date."                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                
1:52:22 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE  CATHY MUNOZ,  Alaska  State Legislature,  speaking                                                              
as one  of HB 7's  joint prime sponsors,  explained that  the bill                                                              
would  classify certain  synthetic  cannabinoids  as schedule  IIA                                                              
controlled  substances, which  include  materials, compounds,  and                                                              
mixtures  that contain hallucinogenic  substances.   The  issue of                                                              
synthetic  cannabinoids was  first brought  to her attention,  she                                                              
relayed,  by a constituent  whose son  experienced severe  adverse                                                              
reactions when he  first experimented with a  substance containing                                                              
synthetic   cannabinoids.     Within  moments   of  inhaling   the                                                              
substance,  commonly referred  to  as "K2"  or  "Spice," he  began                                                              
vomiting, lost  his sense of  reality and  his ability to  walk or                                                              
talk, and  had violent  outbursts.   She then  read from  a letter                                                              
he'd  since written,  which  in  part read  [original  punctuation                                                              
provided]:                                                                                                                      
                                                                                                                                
     ... I  lost control of my  legs that I couldn't  walk at                                                                   
     all.   I couldn't  talk.   I could  hear what I  thought                                                                   
     and what  I wanted to  say, but all  I was spitting  out                                                                   
     was gibberish.   This  went on for  what felt like  many                                                                   
     hours.    I  can remember  thinking  to  myself  that  I                                                                   
     wasn't  actually going  come out of  this craziness  and                                                                   
     this might  be how I end  up dying!  I  remember telling                                                                   
     my  brother to  call  911 and  remember  going into  the                                                                   
     ambulance and ending up in the hospital ....                                                                               
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE  MUNOZ  relayed  that  she's  since  heard  similar                                                              
stories from  around Alaska  and other parts  of the  country, and                                                              
offered her  understanding that  to date,  nine other  states have                                                              
successfully enacted  laws banning synthetic cannabinoids  - which                                                              
have only just recently  been marketed in the U.S  - and that many                                                              
countries  in  Europe  have  already  taken  steps  to  ban  them,                                                              
including  Germany,  Sweden,  Russia,   and  England.    Synthetic                                                              
cannabinoids  are   primarily  made  in  China  and   Europe;  are                                                              
commonly  marketed as  incense  after being  mixed  with [a  leafy                                                              
substance]; are readily  available over the Internet  and in local                                                              
stores;   and  can   produce  reactions   similar   to  those   of                                                              
[tetrahydrocannabinol    (THC),   the    active   ingredient    in                                                              
marijuana], but  can also produce severely adverse  reactions such                                                              
as  hallucinations,   nausea,  vomiting,   agitation,   and  panic                                                              
attacks.   In  conclusion,  she indicated  that  there were  folks                                                              
available to speak in support of HB 7.                                                                                          
                                                                                                                                
1:55:44 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
KENDRA KLOSTER,  Staff, Representative  Cathy Munoz,  Alaska State                                                              
Legislature, speaking  on behalf  of Representative Munoz,  one of                                                              
the bill's  joint prime  sponsors, explained  that HB 7  would add                                                              
10 specific  compounds to AS 11.71.150(b)  - the list  of schedule                                                              
IIA controlled substances;  these are the compounds  that the U.S.                                                              
Drug Enforcement  Administration (DEA) and other  states have thus                                                              
far come  across.  In response  to comments and questions  about a                                                              
different  synthetic compound  being labeled  as "bath salts"  but                                                              
being used  as a drug, she  indicated that further  research would                                                              
be warranted before including such a compound in HB 7.                                                                          
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE HOLMES  asked what the rationale was  for proposing                                                              
to  add  synthetic  cannabinoids  to  the  list  of  schedule  IIA                                                              
controlled substances rather than to one of the other schedules.                                                                
                                                                                                                                
MS. KLOSTER explained  that both the DEA - [which  has temporarily                                                              
banned] five  of the compounds listed  in HB 7 - and  the majority                                                              
of  the  other  states  that  have   enacted  legislation  to  ban                                                              
synthetic  cannabinoids have  included  them in  their schedule  I                                                              
controlled  substances  lists,   which  are  similar  to  Alaska's                                                              
schedule  IIA   controlled  substances  list;  Alaska's   list  of                                                              
schedule IIA controlled  substances and those other  states' lists                                                              
of schedule I  controlled substances include  other hallucinogenic                                                              
drugs.                                                                                                                          
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE  HOLMES offered her  understanding that  while some                                                              
consider synthetic  cannabinoids to  be like other  hallucinogens,                                                              
others  consider them  to be  more like  marijuana, and  therefore                                                              
she is  questioning which schedule  would be the  most appropriate                                                              
to list them under.                                                                                                             
                                                                                                                                
MS.   KLOSTER  acknowledged   that   other   types  of   synthetic                                                              
marijuana, as  well as THC itself  - again, the  active ingredient                                                              
in   marijuana  -   are  listed   as   schedule  IIIA   controlled                                                              
substances,  and mentioned that  she has  spoken with  the drafter                                                              
about  instead adding  the  synthetic  cannabinoids  named in  the                                                              
bill  to the  list  of  schedule  IIIA controlled  substances,  if                                                              
that's what the committee would prefer.                                                                                         
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE  GRUENBERG observed  that according to  information                                                              
from the  National Conference  of State  Legislatures included  in                                                              
members'  packets,  some states  provide  the same  penalties  for                                                              
crimes involving  synthetic cannabinoids  as for crimes  involving                                                              
marijuana.    In  contrast,  HB   7  would  provide  for  stronger                                                              
penalties.                                                                                                                      
                                                                                                                                
2:04:13 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
MS. KLOSTER  pointed out  that Alaska  simply schedules  its drugs                                                              
differently.   For  example, in  Alaska, marijuana  itself is  not                                                              
considered to  be very dangerous  and so  is listed as  a schedule                                                              
VIA  controlled substance,  whereas  research  indicates that  the                                                              
synthetic   cannabinoids  listed   in  HB   7  behave  more   like                                                              
hallucinogens  -  schedule IIA  controlled  substances  - and  are                                                              
thus  more  harmful  to  people;   no  one  has  died  from  using                                                              
marijuana, but some  have died from using  synthetic cannabinoids.                                                              
She again indicated  that listing such compounds  as schedule IIIA                                                              
controlled  substances, instead,  would  be an  option, if  that's                                                              
the  committee's  preference;  again,  other  types  of  synthetic                                                              
marijuana  are   already  listed   as  schedule  IIIA   controlled                                                              
substances.    In   response  to  a  question,   she  offered  her                                                              
understanding  that  possession   of  a  schedule  IIA  controlled                                                              
substance  would be  a class  C  felony, whereas  possession of  a                                                              
schedule   IIIA  controlled   substance   would  be   a  class   A                                                              
misdemeanor;  she  agreed to  research  whether any  other  states                                                              
have made possessing synthetic cannabinoids a felony.                                                                           
                                                                                                                                
2:06:47 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
ROBERT  URATA,  M.D.,  Valley  Medical  Care,  in  response  to  a                                                              
question,  relayed  that  he'd  attended  a person  who'd  used  a                                                              
synthetic cannabinoid; he elaborated:                                                                                           
                                                                                                                                
     The  gentleman presented  in  quite a  bit of  distress.                                                                   
     ...  He was  disoriented, hallucinating,  and his  blood                                                                   
     pressure was extremely  high - 180 over 105.   His pulse                                                                   
     rate  was 139  when  he arrived,  and  [he] looked  very                                                                   
     much like he  was having some sort of toxic  reaction to                                                                   
     something, and  we couldn't ... get a history  from him,                                                                   
     but his  friends were  there to give  us the history  of                                                                   
     ingestion   with   this   new  drug   ...   [that   was]                                                                   
     surprisingly  easily-available to him  - I think  it was                                                                   
     purchased  at a [local]  store or  something like  that.                                                                   
     So  I thought  that that  was quite  a dangerous  thing.                                                                   
     We   actually   admitted   him   overnight,   gave   him                                                                   
     [intravenous  (IV)]  fluids,  [but]  we didn't  have  to                                                                   
     give him  any medications.   We  were advised by  poison                                                                   
     control  ... that  this should  just  settle down  after                                                                   
     close  observation -  which we  did, we  put him in  the                                                                   
     intensive care  unit - and the  next day he was  able to                                                                   
     go  home.  And  he was  alert, oriented,  [but] did  not                                                                   
     recall  all of  the things  except  that he  had a  very                                                                   
     scary  experience  and  he  was never  going  to  do  it                                                                   
     again.                                                                                                                     
                                                                                                                                
DR. URATA,  in conclusion, opined  that the committee  should pass                                                              
HB 7.   In  response to  questions, he  offered his  understanding                                                              
that synthetic  cannabinoids have  not been  approved by  the U.S.                                                              
Food and Drug  Administration (FDA), and that the  person had only                                                              
smoked  a pipe  full  of the  synthetic  cannabinoid through  some                                                              
sort  of pipe;  and said  that the  person  did not  appear to  be                                                              
suffering   from   an   allergic   reaction   to   the   synthetic                                                              
cannabinoid, and  that the effects  on the person were  similar to                                                              
those of  cocaine or  a "bad trip"  on lysergic acid  diethylamide                                                              
(LSD).                                                                                                                          
                                                                                                                                
2:11:38 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
ORIN  DYM,   Forensic  Laboratory  Supervisor,   Scientific  Crime                                                              
Detection Laboratory  ("Crime Lab"),  Office of the  Commissioner,                                                              
Department  of Public  Safety  (DPS),  in response  to  questions,                                                              
explained that the  Crime Lab would be responsible  for performing                                                              
all of the  analyses pertaining to  the compounds listed  in HB 7;                                                              
that  he's  provided   the  DOL  with  language   regarding  these                                                              
compounds;  that  this language  is  meant to  encompass  possible                                                              
future variations  in the chemical  composition of these  types of                                                              
synthetic  cannabinoids;  that  the [DEA  has  temporarily  banned                                                              
some] synthetic  cannabinoids; that  the synthetic compound  being                                                              
labeled as "bath  salts" but being used as a drug  is more closely                                                              
related,   structurally,   to  an   amphetamine;   that   analyses                                                              
pertaining  to  the   compounds  listed  in  the   bill  would  be                                                              
conducted  using the Crime  Lab's standard  methodology,  though a                                                              
specific  method has  not yet been  validated  in Alaska;  that it                                                              
could  be a  challenge  to  prove to  a  court that  a  particular                                                              
compound is one  of the synthetic cannabinoids listed  in the bill                                                              
to  the exclusion  of  all other  compounds;  and  that the  DPS's                                                              
fiscal note  reflects the  addition of a  new position  to address                                                              
the anticipated increase  in the Crime Lab's workload,  as well as                                                              
the startup and  ongoing costs associated with  that new position,                                                              
which would be capable of analyzing up to 40 requests per month.                                                                
                                                                                                                                
2:24:06 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
ANNE  CARPENETI,   Assistant  Attorney  General,   Legal  Services                                                              
Section,  Criminal Division,  Department of  Law (DOL),  explained                                                              
that usually the  way a particular drug is scheduled  in Alaska is                                                              
that the  federal government schedules  that drug first  under its                                                              
schedules, and then,  as required by Alaska statute,  the governor                                                              
introduces  legislation to  add that drug  to Alaska's  schedules,                                                              
and  then there  are  further statutory  guidelines  that must  be                                                              
followed  with  regard  to  which schedule  that  drug  should  be                                                              
listed under.   In  the case of  synthetic cannabinoids,  however,                                                              
the  federal government  hasn't  scheduled them  yet [having  only                                                              
temporarily   banned  them   while  it   conducts  more   research                                                              
regarding  their  potential  dangers].    So at  this  point,  she                                                              
relayed,  the  DOL  doesn't  know  enough  about  the  dangers  of                                                              
synthetic cannabinoids  to adequately address the  issue of proper                                                              
scheduling,  and  would therefore  prefer  that the  bill  include                                                              
legislative  findings of fact  regarding the  extent of  the abuse                                                              
and the  dangers posed;  such findings  would  also be helpful  to                                                              
the DOL  for prosecution  purposes  as well as  for defending  the                                                              
legislation should  it be challenged.  She indicated  that the DOL                                                              
would  be  happy  to  work with  the  [joint  prime  sponsors]  in                                                              
drafting those legislative findings.                                                                                            
                                                                                                                                
MS. CARPENETI  concurred that  Mr. Dym has  provided the  DOL with                                                              
language containing  a more generic  description of  the synthetic                                                              
cannabinoids  listed  in  the  bill   such  that  possible  future                                                              
variations in  the chemical composition  of these  compounds would                                                              
still  be  covered,   thereby  precluding  the  need   for  future                                                              
statutory  revisions.   In conclusion,  she  reiterated the  DOL's                                                              
preference that  HB 7  include legislative findings  of fact.   In                                                              
response to questions,  she observed that should HB  7 become law,                                                              
prosecutions  would fall to  the state  alone because  the federal                                                              
government  has   yet  to  schedule   these  types   of  synthetic                                                              
cannabinoids;  that she would  research what  possible effect  any                                                              
future prosecutions  by the federal  government might have  on the                                                              
aforementioned anticipated  increase in the Crime  Lab's workload;                                                              
and, referring  to the  legislative findings  of fact  included in                                                              
legislation passed  in 2006  regarding marijuana, reiterated  that                                                              
it  would be  helpful  - for  purposes of  prosecution,  defending                                                              
against a challenge,  and proper scheduling - for HB  7 to include                                                              
legislative  findings of fact  regarding the  extent of  the abuse                                                              
and the  dangers posed  by these  synthetic cannabinoids  compared                                                              
to other drugs, including marijuana.                                                                                            
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE GRUENBERG  requested that the language  provided to                                                              
the DOL by Mr. Dym be distributed to the drafter.                                                                               
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE  PRUITT  asked  whether law  enforcement  has  come                                                              
across any instances  wherein someone under the  influence of [one                                                              
of  the synthetic  cannabinoids listed  in the  bill] committed  a                                                              
crime but  couldn't be prosecuted  to the  full extent of  the law                                                              
because those compounds had not yet been made illegal.                                                                          
                                                                                                                                
2:37:48 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
RANDAHL    HAHN,   Captain,    Commander,    Alaska   Bureau    of                                                              
Investigations   (ABI),  Division   of   Alaska  State   Troopers,                                                              
Department of  Public Safety (DPS),  indicated that [the  DPS] has                                                              
come across  such instances  wherein the  person was only  charged                                                              
with the  "core" crime  but not  with possession/consumption  of a                                                              
synthetic  cannabinoid.    He  added,  though,  that  because  the                                                              
compounds listed  in the bill are  not yet illegal, [the  DPS] has                                                              
only  anecdotal   information  and   is  unable  to   provide  the                                                              
committee  with  the  type  of  statistical  data  that  it  would                                                              
normally provide with regard to controlled substances.                                                                          
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE GRUENBERG  expressed interest in hearing  about the                                                              
experiences  of  law  enforcement   in  other  states,  and  about                                                              
whether there  were any other  substances that the  administration                                                              
thinks should be added to HB 7.                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE  HOLMES  asked  Captain   Hahn  how  the  synthetic                                                              
cannabinoids listed  in the bill  manifest in those who  use them,                                                              
and how dangerous he feels these compounds to be.                                                                               
                                                                                                                                
CAPTAIN HAHN  indicated that law  enforcement officers  have found                                                              
that  the   reactions  and  behaviors   of  individuals   using  a                                                              
variation  of  one  of  the compounds  listed  in  the  bill  more                                                              
closely  resemble the  reactions  and behaviors  of someone  under                                                              
the influence  of LSD  or cocaine,  rather than  those of  someone                                                              
under  the  influence  of  marijuana;  generally  speaking,  these                                                              
individuals indicated  they were having hallucinations,  they were                                                              
much more  aggressive and violent,  and they had  more significant                                                              
blackout periods.                                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                
2:41:16 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
ELIZABETH RIPLEY,  Executive Director,  Mat-Su Health  Foundation;                                                              
Chair,  Mat-Su  Substance Abuse  Prevention  Coalition,  indicated                                                              
that  [her  organizations]  are   concerned  about  the  synthetic                                                              
cannabinoids listed  in the bill  - such compounds can  be harmful                                                              
and even  deadly, even  when used  for the first  time -  and that                                                              
[her  organizations] support  passage of  HB 7,  and advocate  the                                                              
use  of public  policy  to curtail  the  availability  and use  of                                                              
these drugs.   She  also provided  comments regarding  alcohol and                                                              
marijuana  abuse.   In  response  to  a  question, she  agreed  to                                                              
provide  the   committee  with  information  regarding   how  many                                                              
businesses  in  Palmer  and Wasilla  sell  synthetic  cannabinoids                                                              
such as those listed in the bill.                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                
2:46:53 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
J.   KATE  BURKHART,   Executive  Director,   Advisory  Board   on                                                              
Alcoholism  and  Drug  Abuse (ABADA),  Department  of  Health  and                                                              
Social  Services (DHSS),  after  stating that  she  would only  be                                                              
speaking on  behalf of the  ABADA and not  on behalf of  the DHSS,                                                              
indicated  that   the  ABADA  supports   the  regulation   of  the                                                              
synthetic cannabinoids  listed in  the bill given  the significant                                                              
health consequences  these compounds pose to people  who use them.                                                              
Although the  DEA has  temporarily banned  possession of  [five of                                                              
the compounds  listed in HB 7] so  as to investigate the  issue of                                                              
proper  scheduling, the  ABADA's  position, she  relayed, is  that                                                              
the state  cannot rely  upon the  federal government to  [schedule                                                              
those compounds at  all, or to schedule them] as  quickly as would                                                              
be  desirable.   [House  Bill  7  represents] an  opportunity  for                                                              
Alaska to protect  its citizens from a significant  health hazard,                                                              
and  to  take the  lead,  over  the federal  government,  on  this                                                              
issue,  particularly  given  how   popular  these  compounds  have                                                              
become   even   though   they've   only   recently   entered   the                                                              
marketplace,  and given  that those  who use  them are  presenting                                                              
with serious  health consequences that  could lead to death.   She                                                              
also provided  comments regarding other hallucinogenic  substances                                                              
that  perhaps  should  be  regulated   as  well,  such  as  Salvia                                                              
Divinorum [and Salvinorin A (Divinorin A)].                                                                                     
                                                                                                                                
2:54:57 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
DENNIS  A.  WHEELER,   Municipal  Attorney,  Department   of  Law,                                                              
Municipality of  Anchorage (MOA), relayed that after  studying the                                                              
issue  of  synthetic  cannabinoids  through  the use  of  a  state                                                              
grant, the MOA  passed an ordinance banning them  back in December                                                              
2010.  Although  such compounds have only been  temporarily banned                                                              
by the  DEA, he  offered his understanding  that it's  considering                                                              
listing them  as schedule I  controlled substances,  and therefore                                                              
the  MOA supports  bills  such  as HB  7  [in its  current  form],                                                              
particularly  given  that the  potency  range  of these  types  of                                                              
synthetic  cannabinoids  is  anywhere  from  10-800  greater  than                                                              
marijuana.   In fact, at  least one person  in Anchorage  has died                                                              
[as a result of  using such a compound] - he went  into a coma and                                                              
never  recovered -  and  there have  been  some significant  motor                                                              
vehicle accidents  resulting from  people driving while  under the                                                              
influence  of these  types  of synthetic  cannabinoids,  including                                                              
one  person who  smashed into  some concrete  barricades and  then                                                              
described  some very  strange [hallucinations]  to the  responding                                                              
officer.   He relayed  that a  couple of  MOA personnel  have been                                                              
making  presentations to  Department of  Corrections (DOC)  staff,                                                              
military  officials, and  others about these  compounds and  their                                                              
dangers, and  indicated that someone  from the MOA  would probably                                                              
be available to  present this information to the  committee during                                                              
the bill's next  hearing.  In response to comments  and a request,                                                              
he agreed to also provide the information in writing.                                                                           
                                                                                                                                
VICE CHAIR THOMPSON  announced that public testimony  would remain                                                              
open, and that HB 7 would be held over.                                                                                         

Document Name Date/Time Subjects
HB7 Hearing Request 01-24-11.pdf HJUD 2/4/2011 1:00:00 PM
HB 7
HB7 Witness List 02-03-11.pdf HJUD 2/4/2011 1:00:00 PM
HB 7
HB7 Sponsor Statement 01-31-11.pdf HJUD 2/4/2011 1:00:00 PM
HB 7
HB7 Sectional Analysis 01-24-11.pdf HJUD 2/4/2011 1:00:00 PM
HB 7
HB7 Relevant Statute 11.71.120.pdf HJUD 2/4/2011 1:00:00 PM
HB 7
HB7 Relevant Statute 11.71.150.pdf HJUD 2/4/2011 1:00:00 PM
HB 7
HB7 Version D 01-24-11.pdf HJUD 2/4/2011 1:00:00 PM
HB 7
HB7 Fiscal Note-LAW-CRIM-01-29-11.pdf HJUD 2/4/2011 1:00:00 PM
HB 7
HB7 Fiscal Note-DOC-OC-02-02-11.pdf HJUD 2/4/2011 1:00:00 PM
HB 7
HB7 Supporting Documents-Report NCSL Research 10-05-10.pdf HJUD 2/4/2011 1:00:00 PM
HB 7
HB7 Supporting Documents-Article ADN Army 12-21-10.pdf HJUD 2/4/2011 1:00:00 PM
HB 7
HB7 Supporting Documents-Article Straight Tox 2010.pdf HJUD 2/4/2011 1:00:00 PM
HB 7
HB7 Fiscal Note-DPS-LAB-02-02-11.pdf HJUD 2/4/2011 1:00:00 PM
HB 7
HB7 Supporting Documents-Article ADN Assembly 12-08-10.pdf HJUD 2/4/2011 1:00:00 PM
HB 7
HB7 Supporting Documents-Article Juneau Empire CBJ 01-11-11.pdf HJUD 2/4/2011 1:00:00 PM
HB 7
HB7 Supporting Documents-Article Oakland Press 05-01-10.pdf HJUD 2/4/2011 1:00:00 PM
HB 7
HB7 Supporting Documents-Testimony Anonymous 01-24-11.pdf HJUD 2/4/2011 1:00:00 PM
HB 7
HB7 Supporting Documents-Letter Fairbanks Police 01-21-11.pdf HJUD 2/4/2011 1:00:00 PM
HB 7
HB7 Supporting Documents-Letter MSSAPC 01-31-11.pdf HJUD 2/4/2011 1:00:00 PM
HB 7
HB7 Supporting Documents-Email Bruce Abel 01-25-11.pdf HJUD 2/4/2011 1:00:00 PM
HB 7
HB7 Supporting Documents-Email Frank Bergstrom 01-25-11.pdf HJUD 2/4/2011 1:00:00 PM
HB 7
HB7 Supporting Documents-Email Kasen Spickler 01-24-11.pdf HJUD 2/4/2011 1:00:00 PM
HB 7
HB7 Supporting Documents-Email Scott Spickler 01-24-11.pdf HJUD 2/4/2011 1:00:00 PM
HB 7
HJUD Department Overview-Corrections 020411.pdf HJUD 2/4/2011 1:00:00 PM
Department of Corrections