(Obermueller) - Grant and loan programs modified, duties modified, technical changes made, terms defined, Minnesota Science and Technology Authority created, licensing provisions modified, fees imposed and modified, construction codes modified, study requested, reports required, and money appropriated.
(Olin) - Organization and operation of business corporations, nonprofit corporations, and limited liability companies regulated; consistent law provided relating to registered agents and offices of business entities; and prohibition repealed against certain business names.
(Norton) - Construction codes and licensing provisions modified, and certain notice provisions modified.
(Davnie) - Administrative, benefit, and tax provisions modified.
(Lillie) - Portable electronics insurance regulated.
(Atkins) - Licenses regulated, requirements modified, education and notice requirements continued, various housekeeping, technical, and clarifying changes made, securities regulated, real estate brokers, salespersons, and closing agents provisions reorganized, real estate appraiser advisory board membership requirements and appointment authority modified, and workers' compensation regulated.
(Fritz) - Health plans required to establish equal out-of-pocket requirements for oral and intravenously administered chemotherapy medications.
(Abeler) - Massage therapist registration provided.
(Lanning) - Ladder Out of Poverty Task Force established, membership and duties provided, and legislative appointments provided.
(Falk) - Live check solicitations prohibited.
(Gunther) - Boiler provisions modified and civil and criminal penalties amended and imposed.
(Sterner) - Contract cancellations regulated and insurance claims for residential roofing goods and services regulated.
(Abeler) - Nonrecourse presettlement funding transactions regulated.
(Dill) - Voting requirements modified to authorize local government construction of certain telephone exchanges.
(Johnson) - Wireless telecommunications service providers authorized to provide call locations for emergencies, and Kelsey Smith Act provided.
(Atkins) - Municipalities authorized to permit certain solicitations by firefighters.
This is an informational hearing only. Bill sponsors will receive one hour to present the bills. One hour will be allotted for public testimony with respect to the bills. Please contact John Reich at 651-296-7175 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to testify.
(Brown) - Electronic pull-tab game rules adoption authorized.
(Kahn) - State Lottery authorized to offer games involving sports wagering and sports wagering pools, sports bookmaking authorized under licenses issued by the director of the State Lottery, and tax imposed on licensed sports bookmaking.
(Kahn) - State Lottery director authorized to operate slot machines at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
(Hackbarth) - Gambling authorized as other than parimutuel betting at a licensed racetrack, and constitutional amendment proposed.
HF1746 & HF2613 will be heard pending referral from the House Labor and Consumer Protection Division; HF170 will be heard pending action from the House Telecommunications Regulation and Infrastructure Division
(Hilstrom) - Mediation provided prior to commencement of mortgage foreclosure proceedings on homestead property, and homestead-lender mediation account created.
(Gardner) - Residents allowed to decline delivery of local telephone directories.
(Bigham) - Minors allowed to contract for automobile insurance.
(Johnson) - State goals set for the deployment and speed of high-speed broadband.
(Bigham) - Customers protected from injuries resulting from use of inflatable play equipment used for commercial purposes, trained supervisor presence and liability insurance required.
NOTE: HF978 was passed by the Commerce & Labor committee to the House floor during the 2009 session. Therefore, the committee will spend a limited amout of time discussing HF978.
(Doty) - Temporary tax exemption created for lawful gambling organizations making a charitable contribution to local governments.
(Winkler) - Secretary of state filings regulated.
(Lillie) - Automobile insurers prohibited from owning repair facilities.
(Atkins) - Motor vehicle sales and distribution regulated.
(Atkins) - Continuing education requirements changed for real estate brokers and salespersons.
(Atkins) - Congress of the United States memorialized to oppose enactment of legislation of the substance and tenor of the National Insurance Act of 2007.