5489-S2 AMH RYUC OMLI 227

  

2SSB 5489 - H AMD TO APP COMM AMD (H-2877.1/19) 623

By Representative Ryu

On page 4, beginning on line 29 of the striking amendment, after "distribution" strike all material through "practicable" on line 31, and insert ", where practicable, of: representation from census tracts that are ranked at an eight or higher on the cumulative impact analysis; and ethnic, geographic, gender, sexual orientation, age, socioeconomic status, and occupational representation"

On page 4, line 32 of the striking amendment, after "(k)" strike "A tribal leader," and insert "Two tribal leaders, at least one of whom must represent tribal lands located in a census tract that is ranked at an eight or higher on the cumulative impact analysis, both"

On page 4, line 34 of the striking amendment, after "governor;" strike "and"

On page 4 line 35, after "(m)" strike all material through "governor" on line 36 and insert "Two members from a union or other organized labor organization representing worker interests, appointed by the governor, at least one of whom must work in healthcare within a census tract that is ranked at an eight or higher on the cumulative impact analysis tool; and

(n) One member from a minority-owned small business located in and serving one or more census tracts that are ranked at an eight or higher on the cumulative impact analysis"

EFFECT:   Modifies the membership on the task force as follows:

Adds that the nominations of the three members from community-based organizations also be based upon maintaining a balanced and diverse distribution of representation from census tracts that are ranked at an eight or higher on the cumulative impact analysis;

Increases the number of tribal leaders on the task force from one member to two members, and requires that at least one tribal leader represent tribal lands located in a census tract that is ranked at an eight or higher on the cumulative impact analysis;

Increases the number of members on the task force from an association or organization representing worker interests from one member to two members, and requires that at least one of those appointed members work in healthcare within a census tract that is ranked at an eight or higher on the cumulative impact analysis; and

Adds one member to the task force from a minority-owned small business located in and serving one or more census tracts that are ranked at an eight or higher on the cumulative impact analysis.

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