organization. I wondered if that could be revised to
broaden, instead of health-related, maybe a nonprofit
organization that offers health, human services, or other
kind of training. I think health-related organization is
rather limiting, and I think there are a number of
organizations, nonprofits, human services organizations,
or others that could offer implicit bias training.
think health-related organization might be too limiting.
MS. PRZYBYLO: Thank you, Christine.
CHRISTINE FARRELL: Thank you.
MS. MARKS: Are there any other comments?
MS. PRZYBYLO: I don't see any, Dena.
Oh, Rhonda Dailey has a comment.
RHONDA DAILEY: Hi. My name is Rhonda
Dailey, that's spelled R-h-o-n-d-a, last name is D- as in
doll a-i-l-e-y. And I wanted to know what is the next
step in this process once this hearing is over and the
comments are made, how long will it be and when will the
rules take place?
MS. PRZYBYLO: Rhonda, this is the public
hearing to receive comments on the rules. We're in the
middle of the process, I guess you could say. We still
need to review all the comments, and then once the draft
is complete, it is sent over to the legislature to sit
for 15 joint session days. That is kind of an
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