(1)  Prohibited acts A — Penalties and reporting:

Terms Used In Utah Code 58-37-8

(A) included in Schedules I, II, III, IV, or V of Section 58-37-4;
(B) included in Schedules I, II, III, IV, or V of the federal Controlled Substances Act, Title II, P. See Utah Code 32B-6-805
  • Controlled substance analog: means :
    (A) a substance the chemical structure of which is substantially similar to the chemical structure of a controlled substance listed in Schedules I and II of Section 58-37-4, a substance listed in Section 58-37-4. See Utah Code 32B-6-805
  • Conviction: means a determination of guilt by verdict, whether jury or bench, or plea, whether guilty or no contest, for any offense proscribed by:
    (A) Chapter 37, Utah Controlled Substances Act;
    (B) Chapter 37a, Utah Drug Paraphernalia Act;
    (C) Chapter 37b, Imitation Controlled Substances Act;
    (D) Chapter 37c, Utah Controlled Substance Precursor Act; or
    (E) Chapter 37d, Clandestine Drug Lab Act; or
  • (ii) for any offense under the laws of the United States and any other state which, if committed in this state, would be an offense under:
    (A) Chapter 37, Utah Controlled Substances Act;
    (B) Chapter 37a, Utah Drug Paraphernalia Act;
    (C) Chapter 37b, Imitation Controlled Substances Act;
    (D) Chapter 37c, Utah Controlled Substance Precursor Act; or
    (E) Chapter 37d, Clandestine Drug Lab Act. See Utah Code 32B-6-805
  • Counterfeit substance: means :
    (i) any controlled substance or container or labeling of any controlled substance that:
    (A) without authorization bears the trademark, trade name, or other identifying mark, imprint, number, device, or any likeness of them, of a manufacturer, distributor, or dispenser other than the person or persons who in fact manufactured, distributed, or dispensed the substance which falsely purports to be a controlled substance distributed by any other manufacturer, distributor, or dispenser; and
    (B) a reasonable person would believe to be a controlled substance distributed by an authorized manufacturer, distributor, or dispenser based on the appearance of the substance as described under Subsection (1)(i)(i)(A) or the appearance of the container of that controlled substance; or
    (ii) any substance other than under Subsection (1)(i)(i) that:
    (A) is falsely represented to be any legally or illegally manufactured controlled substance; and
    (B) a reasonable person would believe to be a legal or illegal controlled substance. See Utah Code 32B-6-805
  • Defendant: In a civil suit, the person complained against; in a criminal case, the person accused of the crime.
  • delivery: means the actual, constructive, or attempted transfer of a controlled substance or a listed chemical, whether or not an agency relationship exists. See Utah Code 32B-6-805
  • Dispense: means the delivery of a controlled substance by a pharmacist to an ultimate user pursuant to the lawful order or prescription of a practitioner, and includes distributing to, leaving with, giving away, or disposing of that substance as well as the packaging, labeling, or compounding necessary to prepare the substance for delivery. See Utah Code 32B-6-805
  • Distribute: means to deliver other than by administering or dispensing a controlled substance or a listed chemical. See Utah Code 32B-6-805
  • Division: means the Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing created in Section 58-1-103. See Utah Code 32B-6-805
  • Drug: means :
    (A) a substance recognized in the official United States Pharmacopoeia, Official Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States, or Official National Formulary, or any supplement to any of them, intended for use in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease in humans or animals;
    (B) a substance that is required by any applicable federal or state law or rule to be dispensed by prescription only or is restricted to administration by practitioners only;
    (C) a substance other than food intended to affect the structure or any function of the body of humans or other animals; and
    (D) substances intended for use as a component of any substance specified in Subsections (1)(r)(i)(A), (B), and (C). See Utah Code 32B-6-805
  • Evidence: Information presented in testimony or in documents that is used to persuade the fact finder (judge or jury) to decide the case for one side or the other.
  • Felony: A crime carrying a penalty of more than a year in prison.
  • Forgery: The fraudulent signing or alteration of another's name to an instrument such as a deed, mortgage, or check. The intent of the forgery is to deceive or defraud. Source: OCC
  • Fraud: Intentional deception resulting in injury to another.
  • Indian: means a member of an Indian tribe. See Utah Code 32B-6-805
  • Indian religion: means any religion:
    (i) the origin and interpretation of which is from within a traditional Indian culture or community; and
    (ii) which is practiced by Indians. See Utah Code 32B-6-805
  • Manufacture: means the production, preparation, propagation, compounding, or processing of a controlled substance, either directly or indirectly by extraction from substances of natural origin, or independently by means of chemical synthesis or by a combination of extraction and chemical synthesis. See Utah Code 32B-6-805
  • Manufacturer: includes any person who packages, repackages, or labels any container of any controlled substance, except pharmacists who dispense or compound prescription orders for delivery to the ultimate consumer. See Utah Code 32B-6-805
  • Marijuana: means all species of the genus cannabis and all parts of the genus, whether growing or not; the seeds of it; the resin extracted from any part of the plant; and every compound, manufacture, salt, derivative, mixture, or preparation of the plant, its seeds, or resin. See Utah Code 32B-6-805
  • Misdemeanor: Usually a petty offense, a less serious crime than a felony, punishable by less than a year of confinement.
  • Person: means any corporation, association, partnership, trust, other institution or entity or one or more individuals. See Utah Code 32B-6-805
  • Plea: In a criminal case, the defendant's statement pleading "guilty" or "not guilty" in answer to the charges, a declaration made in open court.
  • Practitioner: means a physician, dentist, naturopathic physician, veterinarian, pharmacist, scientific investigator, pharmacy, hospital, or other person licensed, registered, or otherwise permitted to distribute, dispense, conduct research with respect to, administer, or use in teaching or chemical analysis a controlled substance in the course of professional practice or research in this state. See Utah Code 32B-6-805
  • Prescribe: means to issue a prescription:
    (i) orally or in writing; or
    (ii) by telephone, facsimile transmission, computer, or other electronic means of communication as defined by division rule. See Utah Code 32B-6-805
  • Prescription: means an order issued:
    (i) by a licensed practitioner, in the course of that practitioner's professional practice or by collaborative pharmacy practice agreement; and
    (ii) for a controlled substance or other prescription drug or device for use by a patient or an animal. See Utah Code 32B-6-805
  • Probation: A sentencing alternative to imprisonment in which the court releases convicted defendants under supervision as long as certain conditions are observed.
  • Property: includes both real and personal property. See Utah Code 48-2e-1156
  • Remainder: An interest in property that takes effect in the future at a specified time or after the occurrence of some event, such as the death of a life tenant.
  • State: means the state of Utah. See Utah Code 32B-6-805
  • Trial: A hearing that takes place when the defendant pleads "not guilty" and witnesses are required to come to court to give evidence.
  • use: means the joint or individual ownership, control, occupancy, holding, retaining, belonging, maintaining, or the application, inhalation, swallowing, injection, or consumption, as distinguished from distribution, of controlled substances and includes individual, joint, or group possession or use of controlled substances. See Utah Code 32B-6-805
  • (a)  Except as authorized by this chapter, it is unlawful for any person to knowingly and intentionally:

    (i)  produce, manufacture, or dispense, or to possess with intent to produce, manufacture, or dispense, a controlled or counterfeit substance;

    (ii)  distribute a controlled or counterfeit substance, or to agree, consent, offer, or arrange to distribute a controlled or counterfeit substance;

    (iii)  possess a controlled or counterfeit substance with intent to distribute; or

    (iv)  engage in a continuing criminal enterprise where:

    (A)  the person participates, directs, or engages in conduct that results in any violation of any provision of Title 58, Chapters 37, Utah Controlled Substances Act, 37a, Utah Drug Paraphernalia Act, 37b, Imitation Controlled Substances Act, 37c, Utah Controlled Substance Precursor Act, or 37d, Clandestine Drug Lab Act, that is a felony; and

    (B)  the violation is a part of a continuing series of two or more violations of Title 58, Chapters 37, Utah Controlled Substances Act, 37a, Utah Drug Paraphernalia Act, 37b, Imitation Controlled Substances Act, 37c, Utah Controlled Substance Precursor Act, or 37d, Clandestine Drug Lab Act, on separate occasions that are undertaken in concert with five or more persons with respect to whom the person occupies a position of organizer, supervisor, or any other position of management.

    (b)  Any person convicted of violating Subsection (1)(a) with respect to:

    (i)  a substance or a counterfeit of a substance classified in Schedule I or II, a controlled substance analog, or gammahydroxybutyric acid as listed in Schedule III is guilty of a second degree felony, punishable by imprisonment for not more than 15 years, and upon a second or subsequent conviction is guilty of a first degree felony;

    (ii)  a substance or a counterfeit of a substance classified in Schedule III or IV, or marijuana, or a substance listed in Section 58-37-4.2 is guilty of a third degree felony, and upon a second or subsequent conviction is guilty of a second degree felony; or

    (iii)  a substance or a counterfeit of a substance classified in Schedule V is guilty of a class A misdemeanor and upon a second or subsequent conviction is guilty of a third degree felony.

    (c)  Any person who has been convicted of a violation of Subsection (1)(a)(ii) or (iii) may be sentenced to imprisonment for an indeterminate term as provided by law, but if the trier of fact finds a firearm as defined in Section 76-10-501 was used, carried, or possessed on the person or in the person’s immediate possession during the commission or in furtherance of the offense, the court shall additionally sentence the person convicted for a term of one year to run consecutively and not concurrently; and the court may additionally sentence the person convicted for an indeterminate term not to exceed five years to run consecutively and not concurrently.

    (d)  Any person convicted of violating Subsection (1)(a)(iv) is guilty of a first degree felony punishable by imprisonment for an indeterminate term of not less than seven years and which may be for life. Imposition or execution of the sentence may not be suspended, and the person is not eligible for probation.

    (e)  The Administrative Office of the Courts shall report to the Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing the name, case number, date of conviction, and if known, the date of birth of each person convicted of violating Subsection (2)(a).
  • (2)  Prohibited acts B — Penalties and reporting:

    (a)  It is unlawful:

    (i)  for any person knowingly and intentionally to possess or use a controlled substance analog or a controlled substance, unless it was obtained under a valid prescription or order, directly from a practitioner while acting in the course of the person’s professional practice, or as otherwise authorized by this chapter;

    (ii)  for any owner, tenant, licensee, or person in control of any building, room, tenement, vehicle, boat, aircraft, or other place knowingly and intentionally to permit them to be occupied by persons unlawfully possessing, using, or distributing controlled substances in any of those locations; or

    (iii)  for any person knowingly and intentionally to possess an altered or forged prescription or written order for a controlled substance.

    (b)  Any person convicted of violating Subsection (2)(a)(i) with respect to:

    (i)  marijuana, if the amount is 100 pounds or more, is guilty of a second degree felony; or

    (ii)  a substance classified in Schedule I or II, or a controlled substance analog, is guilty of a class A misdemeanor on a first or second conviction, and on a third or subsequent conviction is guilty of a third degree felony.

    (c)  Upon a person’s conviction of a violation of this Subsection (2) subsequent to a conviction under Subsection (1)(a), that person shall be sentenced to a one degree greater penalty than provided in this Subsection (2).

    (d)  Any person who violates Subsection (2)(a)(i) with respect to all other controlled substances not included in Subsection (2)(b)(i) or (ii), including a substance listed in Section 58-37-4.2, or marijuana, is guilty of a class B misdemeanor. Upon a third conviction the person is guilty of a class A misdemeanor, and upon a fourth or subsequent conviction the person is guilty of a third degree felony.

    (e)  Any person convicted of violating Subsection (2)(a)(i) while inside the exterior boundaries of property occupied by any correctional facility as defined in Section 64-13-1 or any public jail or other place of confinement shall be sentenced to a penalty one degree greater than provided in Subsection (2)(b), and if the conviction is with respect to controlled substances as listed in:

    (i)  Subsection (2)(b), the person may be sentenced to imprisonment for an indeterminate term as provided by law, and:

    (A)  the court shall additionally sentence the person convicted to a term of one year to run consecutively and not concurrently; and

    (B)  the court may additionally sentence the person convicted for an indeterminate term not to exceed five years to run consecutively and not concurrently; and

    (ii)  Subsection (2)(d), the person may be sentenced to imprisonment for an indeterminate term as provided by law, and the court shall additionally sentence the person convicted to a term of six months to run consecutively and not concurrently.

    (f)  Any person convicted of violating Subsection (2)(a)(ii) or(iii) is:

    (i)  on a first conviction, guilty of a class B misdemeanor;

    (ii)  on a second conviction, guilty of a class A misdemeanor; and

    (iii)  on a third or subsequent conviction, guilty of a third degree felony.

    (g)  A person is subject to the penalties under Subsection (2)(h) who, in an offense not amounting to a violation of Section 76-5-207:

    (i)  violates Subsection (2)(a)(i) by knowingly and intentionally having in the person’s body any measurable amount of a controlled substance; and

    (ii)  operates a motor vehicle as defined in Section 76-5-207 in a negligent manner, causing serious bodily injury as defined in Section 76-1-601 or the death of another.

    (h)  A person who violates Subsection (2)(g) by having in the person’s body:

    (i)  a controlled substance classified under Schedule I, other than those described in Subsection (2)(h)(ii), or a controlled substance classified under Schedule II is guilty of a second degree felony;

    (ii)  marijuana, tetrahydrocannabinols, or equivalents described in Subsection 58-37-4(2)(a)(iii)(S) or (AA), or a substance listed in Section 58-37-4.2 is guilty of a third degree felony; or

    (iii)  any controlled substance classified under Schedules III, IV, or V is guilty of a class A misdemeanor.

    (i)  A person is guilty of a separate offense for each victim suffering serious bodily injury or death as a result of the person’s negligent driving in violation of Subsection(2)(g) whether or not the injuries arise from the same episode of driving.

    (j)  The Administrative Office of the Courts shall report to the Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing the name, case number, date of conviction, and if known, the date of birth of each person convicted of violating Subsection (2)(a).

    (3)  Prohibited acts C — Penalties:

    (a)  It is unlawful for any person knowingly and intentionally:

    (i)  to use in the course of the manufacture or distribution of a controlled substance a license number which is fictitious, revoked, suspended, or issued to another person or, for the purpose of obtaining a controlled substance, to assume the title of, or represent oneself to be, a manufacturer, wholesaler, apothecary, physician, dentist, veterinarian, or other authorized person;

    (ii)  to acquire or obtain possession of, to procure or attempt to procure the administration of, to obtain a prescription for, to prescribe or dispense to any person known to be attempting to acquire or obtain possession of, or to procure the administration of any controlled substance by misrepresentation or failure by the person to disclose receiving any controlled substance from another source, fraud, forgery, deception, subterfuge, alteration of a prescription or written order for a controlled substance, or the use of a false name or address;

    (iii)  to make any false or forged prescription or written order for a controlled substance, or to utter the same, or to alter any prescription or written order issued or written under the terms of this chapter; or

    (iv)  to make, distribute, or possess any punch, die, plate, stone, or other thing designed to print, imprint, or reproduce the trademark, trade name, or other identifying mark, imprint, or device of another or any likeness of any of the foregoing upon any drug or container or labeling so as to render any drug a counterfeit controlled substance.

    (b) 

    (i)  A first or second conviction under Subsection (3)(a)(i), (ii), or (iii) is a class A misdemeanor.

    (ii)  A third or subsequent conviction under Subsection (3)(a)(i), (ii), or (iii) is a third degree felony.

    (c)  A violation of Subsection (3)(a)(iv) is a third degree felony.

    (4)  Prohibited acts D — Penalties:

    (a)  Notwithstanding other provisions of this section, a person not authorized under this chapter who commits any act that is unlawful under Subsection (1)(a), Section 58-37a-5, or Section 58-37b-4 is upon conviction subject to the penalties and classifications under this Subsection (4) if the trier of fact finds the act is committed:

    (i)  in a public or private elementary or secondary school or on the grounds of any of those schools during the hours of 6 a.m. through 10 p.m.;

    (ii)  in a public or private vocational school or postsecondary institution or on the grounds of any of those schools or institutions during the hours of 6 a.m. through 10 p.m.;

    (iii)  in or on the grounds of a preschool or child-care facility during the preschool’s or facility’s hours of operation;

    (iv)  in a public park, amusement park, arcade, or recreation center when the public or amusement park, arcade, or recreation center is open to the public;

    (v)  in or on the grounds of a house of worship as defined in Section 76-10-501;

    (vi)  in or on the grounds of a library when the library is open to the public;

    (vii)  within any area that is within 100 feet of any structure, facility, or grounds included in Subsections (4)(a)(i), (ii), (iii), (iv), (v), and (vi);

    (viii)  in the presence of a person younger than 18 years of age, regardless of where the act occurs; or

    (ix)  for the purpose of facilitating, arranging, or causing the transport, delivery, or distribution of a substance in violation of this section to an inmate or on the grounds of any correctional facility as defined in Section 76-8-311.3.

    (b) 

    (i)  A person convicted under this Subsection (4) is guilty of a first degree felony and shall be imprisoned for a term of not less than five years if the penalty that would otherwise have been established but for this Subsection (4) would have been a first degree felony.

    (ii)  Imposition or execution of the sentence may not be suspended, and the person is not eligible for probation.

    (c)  If the classification that would otherwise have been established would have been less than a first degree felony but for this Subsection (4), a person convicted under this Subsection (4) is guilty of one degree more than the maximum penalty prescribed for that offense. This Subsection (4)(c) does not apply to a violation of Subsection (2)(g).

    (d) 

    (i)  If the violation is of Subsection (4)(a)(ix):

    (A)  the person may be sentenced to imprisonment for an indeterminate term as provided by law, and the court shall additionally sentence the person convicted for a term of one year to run consecutively and not concurrently; and

    (B)  the court may additionally sentence the person convicted for an indeterminate term not to exceed five years to run consecutively and not concurrently; and

    (ii)  the penalties under this Subsection (4)(d) apply also to any person who, acting with the mental state required for the commission of an offense, directly or indirectly solicits, requests, commands, coerces, encourages, or intentionally aids another person to commit a violation of Subsection (4)(a)(ix).

    (e)  It is not a defense to a prosecution under this Subsection (4) that the actor mistakenly believed the individual to be 18 years of age or older at the time of the offense or was unaware of the individual’s true age; nor that the actor mistakenly believed that the location where the act occurred was not as described in Subsection (4)(a) or was unaware that the location where the act occurred was as described in Subsection (4)(a).

    (5)  Any violation of this chapter for which no penalty is specified is a class B misdemeanor.

    (6) 

    (a)  For purposes of penalty enhancement under Subsections (1) and (2), a plea of guilty or no contest to a violation or attempted violation of this section or a plea which is held in abeyance under Title 77, Chapter 2a, Pleas in Abeyance, is the equivalent of a conviction, even if the charge has been subsequently reduced or dismissed in accordance with the plea in abeyance agreement.

    (b)  A prior conviction used for a penalty enhancement under Subsection (2) shall be a conviction that is:

    (i)  from a separate criminal episode than the current charge; and

    (ii)  from a conviction that is separate from any other conviction used to enhance the current charge.

    (7)  A person may be charged and sentenced for a violation of this section, notwithstanding a charge and sentence for a violation of any other section of this chapter.

    (8) 

    (a)  Any penalty imposed for violation of this section is in addition to, and not in lieu of, any civil or administrative penalty or sanction authorized by law.

    (b)  Where violation of this chapter violates a federal law or the law of another state, conviction or acquittal under federal law or the law of another state for the same act is a bar to prosecution in this state.

    (9)  In any prosecution for a violation of this chapter, evidence or proof that shows a person or persons produced, manufactured, possessed, distributed, or dispensed a controlled substance or substances, is prima facie evidence that the person or persons did so with knowledge of the character of the substance or substances.

    (10)  This section does not prohibit a veterinarian, in good faith and in the course of the veterinarian’s professional practice only and not for humans, from prescribing, dispensing, or administering controlled substances or from causing the substances to be administered by an assistant or orderly under the veterinarian’s direction and supervision.

    (11)  Civil or criminal liability may not be imposed under this section on:

    (a)  any person registered under this chapter who manufactures, distributes, or possesses an imitation controlled substance for use as a placebo or investigational new drug by a registered practitioner in the ordinary course of professional practice or research; or

    (b)  any law enforcement officer acting in the course and legitimate scope of the officer’s employment.

    (12) 

    (a)  Civil or criminal liability may not be imposed under this section on any Indian, as defined in Subsection 58-37-2(1)(v), who uses, possesses, or transports peyote for bona fide traditional ceremonial purposes in connection with the practice of a traditional Indian religion as defined in Subsection 58-37-2(1)(w).

    (b)  In a prosecution alleging violation of this section regarding peyote as defined in Subsection 58-37-4(2)(a)(iii)(V), it is an affirmative defense that the peyote was used, possessed, or transported by an Indian for bona fide traditional ceremonial purposes in connection with the practice of a traditional Indian religion.

    (c) 

    (i)  The defendant shall provide written notice of intent to claim an affirmative defense under this Subsection (12) as soon as practicable, but not later than 10 days before trial.

    (ii)  The notice shall include the specific claims of the affirmative defense.

    (iii)  The court may waive the notice requirement in the interest of justice for good cause shown, if the prosecutor is not unfairly prejudiced by the lack of timely notice.

    (d)  The defendant shall establish the affirmative defense under this Subsection (12) by a preponderance of the evidence. If the defense is established, it is a complete defense to the charges.

    (13) 

    (a)  It is an affirmative defense that the person produced, possessed, or administered a controlled substance listed in Section 58-37-4.2 if the person:

    (i)  was engaged in medical research; and

    (ii)  was a holder of a valid license to possess controlled substances under Section 58-37-6.

    (b)  It is not a defense under Subsection (13)(a) that the person prescribed or dispensed a controlled substance listed in Section 58-37-4.2.

    (14)  It is an affirmative defense that the person possessed, in the person’s body, a controlled substance listed in Section 58-37-4.2 if:

    (a)  the person was the subject of medical research conducted by a holder of a valid license to possess controlled substances under Section 58-37-6; and

    (b)  the substance was administered to the person by the medical researcher.

    (15)  The application of any increase in penalty under this section to a violation of Subsection (2)(a)(i) may not result in any greater penalty than a second degree felony. This Subsection (15) takes precedence over any conflicting provision of this section.

    (16) 

    (a)  It is an affirmative defense to an allegation of the commission of an offense listed in Subsection (16)(b) that the person:

    (i)  reasonably believes that the person or another person is experiencing an overdose event due to the ingestion, injection, inhalation, or other introduction into the human body of a controlled substance or other substance;

    (ii)  reports in good faith the overdose event to a medical provider, an emergency medical service provider as defined in Section 26-8a-102, a law enforcement officer, a 911 emergency call system, or an emergency dispatch system, or the person is the subject of a report made under this Subsection (16);

    (iii)  provides in the report under Subsection (16)(a)(ii) a functional description of the actual location of the overdose event that facilitates responding to the person experiencing the overdose event;

    (iv)  remains at the location of the person experiencing the overdose event until a responding law enforcement officer or emergency medical service provider arrives, or remains at the medical care facility where the person experiencing an overdose event is located until a responding law enforcement officer arrives;

    (v)  cooperates with the responding medical provider, emergency medical service provider, and law enforcement officer, including providing information regarding the person experiencing the overdose event and any substances the person may have injected, inhaled, or otherwise introduced into the person’s body; and

    (vi)  is alleged to have committed the offense in the same course of events from which the reported overdose arose.

    (b)  The offenses referred to in Subsection (16)(a) are:

    (i)  the possession or use of less than 16 ounces of marijuana;

    (ii)  the possession or use of a scheduled or listed controlled substance other than marijuana; and

    (iii)  any violation of Chapter 37a, Utah Drug Paraphernalia Act, or Chapter 37b, Imitation Controlled Substances Act.

    (c)  As used in this Subsection (16) and in Section 76-3-203.11, “good faith” does not include seeking medical assistance under this section during the course of a law enforcement agency’s execution of a search warrant, execution of an arrest warrant, or other lawful search.

    (17)  If any provision of this chapter, or the application of any provision to any person or circumstances, is held invalid, the remainder of this chapter shall be given effect without the invalid provision or application.

    (18)  A legislative body of a political subdivision may not enact an ordinance that is less restrictive than any provision of this chapter.

    (19)  If a minor who is under 18 years of age is found by a court to have violated this section, the court may order:

    (a)  the minor to complete a screening as defined in Section 41-6a-501;

    (b)  the minor to complete an assessment as defined in Section 41-6a-501 if the screening indicates an assessment to be appropriate; and

    (c)  the minor to complete an educational series as defined in Section 41-6a-501 or substance use disorder treatment as indicated by an assessment.

    Amended by Chapter 330, 2017 General Session

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