HF 1744 (Masin): Family law mediation task force established
HF 2319 (Pinto) Human Services program integrity modified, criminal penalties created and money appropriated
HF 167 (Lee): supplemental environmental projects in conjunction with certain enforcement actions against polluters.
**bills may be added**
*if you would like to testify, please contact the Committee Administrator, Rachel Ganani, Rachel.Ganani@house.mn
(Morrison) - Health-related professions temporary license suspensions and background checks modified.
(Masin) - Family law mediation task force established.
(Pinto) - Human services program integrity modified, criminal penalties created, and money appropriated.
(Lee) - Supplemental environmental project offers provided in conjunction with enforcement actions against polluters.
HF 1957 (Richardson) Higher education data provisions modified.
**more bills may be added** **please note: the order of the bills may change**
**Please note, we will be meeting in Capitol 120 from 9:30 5pm; if we require additional time after 5 pm, we will move back to our usual hearing room, 10**
(Morrison) - Prescription Drug Price Transparency Act established, drug manufacturers required to submit drug price information to the commissioner of health, civil penalties provided, and report required.
(Vang) - Minnesota hemp growers allowed to sell Minnesota grown hemp to medical cannabis program manufacturers.
(Moran) - Minnesota African American Family Preservation and Child Welfare Disproportionality Act established, African American and Disproportionality Child Welfare Oversight Council created, report required, and money appropriated.
(Moller) - Predatory offender registration provisions amended, Statewide Emergency Communication Board provisions modified, and wheelchair securement device requirements modified.
(Lesch) - Revisor's bill; miscellaneous technical corrections made to laws and statutes; erroneous, obsolete, and omitted text and references corrected; and redundant, conflicting, and superseded provisions removed.
HF 998 (Ecklund) *This bill has been discussed in committee 2 times before and laid over for financial disclosure details, which have now been provided and are attached. This will be a brief discussion before voting on moving the bill back to Ways & Means.
HF 631 (Lesch) this will be the Judiciary Finance & Civil Law data practices & policy omnibus bill. Please see DE-3 amendment posted.
**as per Committee rules, all amendments are due by 10 am, Wed. March 13, 2019. This deadline may be waived in the Chair's discretion. **walk through, markup/amendments and testimony/discussion will take place during committee on March 14th. If we do not finish during regular committee time, we will recess and re-convene at 5 pm, or 15 minutes after floor session ends (if floor session does not end by 5 pm) in the BASEMENT HEARING ROOM.
**If you'd like to testify on this bill, please contact the Committee Administrator, Rachel Ganani: email@example.com; members of the public will be asked to keep testimony limited to two minutes per person**
(Lesch) - Data privacy; various provisions modified.
(Ecklund) - Sentencing veterans for criminal offenses related to a service-related disorder court guidance provided.
HF 1140 (Lesch) establishing requirements for gestational carrier contracts
HF 1050 (Moran) Child foster care and background studies governing provisions modified.
HF 2379 (Brand) modifying policy provisions governing direct care and treatment
HF 2397 (Pryor) modifying policy provisions governing children and families services
*we will run long if necessary to finish our agenda. We will recess by 11:45 am*
*If you would like to testify, please contact the Committee Administrator, Rachel Ganani: Rachel.Ganani@house.mn; members of the public will be asked to limit their testimony to 2 minutes each**
(Lesch) - Gestational carrier contract requirements established.
(Moran) - Child foster care and background studies governing provisions modified.
(Moller) - Emergency contacts disclosure on driver's license applications authorized.
(Cantrell) - Parentage of a woman who provides donated ova clarified, and rights of spouse to parentage when assisted reproductive technology is used clarified.
(Pryor) - Children and family services policy provisions modified.
(Brand) - Direct care and treatment policy provisions modified, and data classifications modified.