Any remaining questions from Tuesday's Everett and VanderWiel MN.IT Investigation Report
(Nash) - State agencies required to dedicate a portion of information technology expenditures to cybersecurity enhancements.
(Nash) - MN.IT Services duties modified, and legislation to recodify chapter 16E required.
(Howe) - Information and telecommunications technology projects required to be developed and completed by contract, information technology and cybersecurity provisions changed, and legislative report before a project is deployed for live use required.
(O'Neill) - State pay increases for state personnel required to be tied to performance.
(Drazkowski) - Exclusive representatives prohibited from requiring political contributions, and state prohibited from facilitating payroll deductions for political purposes.
(Daniels) - Minnesota State Academies track funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
(Daniels) - Minnesota State Academies dormitory renovation funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
(Daniels) - Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf security corridor funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
(Daniels) - Minnesota State Academies asset preservation funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
(Peterson) - Breast cancer screening procedure coverage required.
(Peterson) - State elections campaign account modified, public subsidy program access expanded, and political party designations on state income and property tax return forms eliminated.
(Lueck) - June 29 designated as General John Vessey Day, State Capitol General John Vessey statue placement required, and money appropriated.
(Rarick) - Release of retainage required within certain time period.
(Anderson) - Contingent fee arrangements with outside counsel prohibited.
(Bliss) - Attorney fees limited.
(O'Neill) - Collective bargaining agreement and compensation plan information required to be submitted to the Legislative Coordinating Commission.
(Garofalo) - Legislative ratification of proposed collective bargaining agreements conditions specified.
(Vogel) - Fiscal note provisions effective date modified, and provisions governing the Legislative Budget Office modified.
(Bliss) - Lottery retailer compensation set in law.
(Albright) - Metropolitan Council governance modified, and Transportation Advisory Board eliminated.
(Smith) - Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts enacted.
(Schomacker) - Minnesota Health Policy Commission established, and money appropriated.
(Bahr) - Motor carrier tariff requirements modified.
(Fenton) - Step therapy protocol and override for prescription drug coverage established.
HF 1609 has been moved to the Thursday, March 29 agenda, pending re-referral.
(Hamilton) - Department of Agriculture/Department of Health Laboratory Building funding provided to correct safety, energy, and operational efficiency problems; bonds issued; and money appropriated.
(Poston) - Wadena Armory funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
(Heintzeman) - Brainerd Armory funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
(Loonan) - Pari-mutuel horse racing provisions relating to licensing and regulation modified.
(Anderson) - Omnibus state government finance bill.
(Bliss) - Task Force on Charitable Gambling Taxation established, and money appropriated.
(Loon) - Publication of home address for registered businesses prohibited, and availability specified.
(Schomacker) - Program evaluation duties transferred from the management and budget commissioner to the Legislative Budget Office.
(Grossell) - Emergency operations and continuity of government provisions amended; and adoption of emergency operations and continuity of government plan by the legislative branch, judicial branch, and state constitutional officers required.
(Haley) - Legislative auditor requested to study and report on disparities in health insurance rates, and money appropriated.
(Howe) - State agency criteria required to be met before suing a local government.