(Holberg) - Zoning for residential property used as vacation rental provided.
(Kahn) - Neighborhood revitalization program termination and transition activities in a city of the first class provided.
(Woodard) - State Patrol authorized to provide security and protection to certain government officials, and Capitol complex security committee established.
(Mazorol) - Certificates issued to business entities simplified, effective date of agent resignations modified, notice provided to organizations revised, alternative names allowed, business entities redefined, certificates to business trusts and municipal power agencies eliminated, and an inadvertent error corrected regarding nonprofit directors' conflicts of interest.
(Gottwalt) - Maternal and Child Health Advisory Task Force extended.
(Loeffler) - Hennepin County Soil and Water Conservation district terminated and duties transferred.
(Kiel) - Marshall, Freeborn, and Mower Counties; process provided for making county offices appointive.
(McNamara) - Pesticide control, peatland protection, fees and fee disposition, invasive species provisions, cash match requirements, state water trails and waysides, Mineral Coordinating Committee, watercraft titling, special vehicle use on roadways, oxygenated gasoline requirements, Water Law, local ordinance requirements, waste management provisions, landfill cleanup program, and environmental review requirements modified; citizen oversight committees provided; adopt-a-WMA program created; dual registration of motorcycles and disposition of fees provided; nonresident off-road vehicle state trail pass required; and money appropriated.
(Simon) - Secretary of state duties imposed, and lists of registrants with challenged voting statuses due to felony convictions required.
(Kiffmeyer) - Voters required to present photographic identification, photographic identification provided to voters at no charge, equal verification standards required for all voters, and constitutional amendment proposed.
If necessary the committee will recess for session and reconvene in Room 200 after session adjourns
(Sanders) - Department of Human Services required to issue a request for proposals for a Medicaid fraud detection and business intelligence contract.
(Beard) - State and local water management study required.
(Downey) - State agency program designation authorized as performance-based organizations.
(Downey) - State budget document required to include federal contingency planning.
(Torkelson) - Environmental Quality Board modified and duties eliminated and reassigned.
(Fabian) - Local ordinance requirements modified, and subsurface sewage treatment systems ordinance adoption delay extended.
(Westrom) - State agency civil penalty imposition regulated, and fees and expenses awarded to prevailing parties in actions involving state agencies.
(Cornish) - Sex offender policy task force established.
(Barrett) - State controlled substance schedules aligned with federal controlled substance schedules, Board of Pharmacy authority modified to regulate controlled substances, and electronic prescribing of controlled substances allowed.
(McNamara) - Energy Reliability and Intervention Office established within Department of Commerce to replace Energy Issues Intervention Office and energy reliability administrator, and conforming changes made.
Please note that bills may be added to the agenda.
(Crawford) - Audit requirements delayed for new first class cities, publication and reporting requirements eliminated, surplus law library fund use provided, county clerk hiring requirements repealed, seed and feed loan provisions repealed, and Ramsey County Community Corrections Department duties provided.
(Drazkowski) - State mandates abolished and made permissive, county audit by CPA firm authorized, surplus law library fee use provided, and publication and reporting requirements changed or eliminated.
(Garofalo) - Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote enacted.
HF1579 (McFarlane) A bill for an act relating to counties; giving counties authority to provide for the general welfare; establishing an alternative service delivery pilot program for waivers; amending Minnesota Statutes 2010, section 375.18, by adding a subdivision; proposing coding for new law in Minnesota Statutes, chapter 402A.
(Beard) - Hydroelectric facility municipal approval exception provided.
(Banaian) - Legislative Commission on Planning and Fiscal Policy membership, duties, and responsibilities changed, and money appropriated.
(Peppin) - Contribution and expenditure limits modified.
(Benson) - State agencies required to enter into contracts to provide consulting services for improvements to state-operated systems and services.
(Hansen) - Legislative auditor governing provisions modified.
(Abeler) - My Life, My Choices Task Force established.
(Scalze) - Metrodome Task Force established.