Skip to main content Skip to office menu Skip to footer
Capital IconMinnesota Legislature

Audio/Video Archives - 2023-2024 Regular Session

Judiciary Finance and Civil Law

Meetings are listed by date with the most recent meeting at the top. If there is a television recording of the meeting links to that format will be available below.

Back to current committee list

Page: Page Size: 5 Total Results: 9
1 | 2

Judiciary Finance and Civil Law

2/2/2023
1. HF 36 (Greenman) Worker safety requirements established, and money appropriated.
2. HF 70 (R. Hansen) Agricultural and food processing worker fair labor standard provisions modified.
3. HF 17 (Stephenson) Excessive price increases by manufacturers to generic or off-patent drugs prohibited, attorney general authorized to take action against manufacturers for price increases, withdrawal prohibited of generic or off-patent drug sales, prescription drug affordability board and prescription drug affordability advisory council established, prescription drug cost reviews and remedies provided, appointments provided, civil penalties imposed, report required, and money appropriated.


Committee discussion of all bills will be limited to the provisions within the jurisdiction of the Judiciary Finance and Civil Law Committee.

HANDOUTS: Handouts must be in Word or PDF format and emailed to the committee administrator by 10am the business day before the hearing. Submitted written testimony is public and will be included in the official committee record.
TESTIFYING: The number of testifiers and length of time permitted is at the discretion of the chair, and is subject to change. If you would like to testify, please email the committee administrator by 5pm the business day before the hearing.
DOCUMENTS: Meeting documents may be found on the Judiciary Finance and Civil Law webpage.
ACCESSIBILITY: To learn more about requesting an accommodation, please visit the FAQs for Disability Access. If you have further questions on accommodations or accessibility, please contact the Committee Administrator.
Bills Added:
HF36 (Greenman) - Worker safety requirements established, and money appropriated.
HF70 (Hansen) - Agricultural and food processing worker fair labor standard provisions modified.
HF17 (Stephenson) - Excessive price increases by manufacturers to generic or off-patent drugs prohibited, attorney general authorized to take action against manufacturers for price increases, withdrawal prohibited of generic or off-patent drug sales, prescription drug affordability board and prescription drug affordability advisory council established, prescription drug cost reviews and remedies provided, appointments provided, civil penalties imposed, report required, and money appropriated.
Attachments:

Judiciary Finance and Civil Law

1/31/2023
1. HF 2 (Richardson) Paid family and medical leave provided, and money appropriated.*
2. HF 146 (Finke) Out-of-state laws interfering in use of gender-affirming health care; use of subpoenas to gather information prevented; child custody and child welfare provisions modified; and provisions amended related to warrants, arrests, and extraditions.

*HF 2, committee discussion will be limited to the provisions within the jurisdiction of the Judiciary Finance and Civil Law Committee. The relevant provisions are as follows:
Article 1, Sections 1, 4, and 5 [data]
Section 12, subdivision 4 [appeal to the court of appeals]
Section 14, subdivision 8 [remedies]
Section 15, subdivision 13 [employer penalties]
Section 17, subdivision 3 [late fees]
Section 21, subdivision 6 and 8 [interest on judgments & priorities under legal dissolutions]
Section 22 [child support deduction from benefits]
Section 26, subdivision 7 [court fees; collection fees]
Section 29 [employer records; audits]
Section 30 [subpoenas; oaths]
Section 31 [lien; levy; setoff; and civil action]

HANDOUTS: Handouts must be in Word or PDF format and emailed to the committee administrator by 10am the business day before the hearing. Submitted written testimony is public and will be included in the official committee record. It will be posted to the committee webpage if received by deadline.
TESTIFYING: The number of testifiers and length of time permitted is at the discretion of the chair, and is subject to change. If you would like to testify, please email the committee administrator by 10am the business day before the hearing.
DOCUMENTS: Meeting documents may be found on the Judiciary Finance and Civil Law webpage.
ACCESSIBILITY: To learn more about requesting an accommodation, please visit the FAQs for Disability Access. If you have further questions on accommodations or accessibility, please contact the Committee Administrator.
Bills Added:
HF2 (Richardson) - Paid family, pregnancy, bonding, and applicant's serious medical condition benefits provided; employment leaves regulated and required; data classified; rulemaking authorized; and money appropriated.
HF146 (Finke) - Out-of-state laws interfering in use of gender-affirming health care; use of subpoenas to gather information prevented; child custody and child welfare provisions modified; and provisions amended related to warrants, arrests, and extraditions.
Attachments:
HF0146.0 (Finke).pdf (1/25/2023)
H0146A1 (Finke).pdf (1/26/2023)
HF0002.1 (Richardson).pdf (1/26/2023)
HF 2 House Research Summary.pdf (1/26/2023)
MN4PFML One Pager.pdf (1/27/2023)
National Alliance for Caregiving Fact Sheet on Paid Leave - Submitted by MN4PFML.pdf (1/27/2023)
Star Tribune Article on PFML - Submitted by MN4PFML.pdf (1/27/2023)
UMN CWGPP Report on PFML - Submitted by MN4PFML.pdf (1/27/2023)
UMN Report on Paid Leave Landscape in Rural Communities - Submitted by MN4PFML.pdf (1/27/2023)
HF 146 Children's Minnesota Testimony.pdf (1/27/2023)
Main Street Alliance Storybook on PFML - Submitted by MN4PFML.pdf (1/27/2023)
MN Department of Health Maternity Leave after Childbirth Article - Submitted by MN4PFML.pdf (1/27/2023)
MN4PFML One Pager.pdf (1/27/2023)
1.26.23 Minutes.pdf (1/27/2023)
Christa Moseng Testimony on HF 146.pdf (1/30/2023)
H0002A9 (Niska).pdf (1/30/2023)
H0002A10 (Scott).pdf (1/30/2023)
Andre Van Mol Testimony on HF 146.PDF (1/30/2023)
Minnesota Chamber of Commerce Testimony on HF 2.pdf (1/30/2023)
United for Jobs Coalition and Minnesota Chamber of Commerce One-Pager on HF 2.pdf (1/30/2023)
Rachel Foster Testimony on HF 146.pdf (1/30/2023)
Women's Foundation of Minnesota Testimony on HF 2.pdf (1/30/2023)
St. Paul Area Chamber of Commerce Testimony on HF 2.pdf (1/30/2023)
National Federal of Independent Business Letter on HF 2.pdf (1/30/2023)
National Federal of Independent Business Handout on HF 2.pdf (1/30/2023)
HF 146 House Research Summary.pdf (1/30/2023)
League of MN Cities and Association of MN Counties Testimony on HF 2.pdf (1/30/2023)
Minnesota Business Partnership Testimony on HF 2.pdf (1/30/2023)
1.31.23 Agenda.pdf (1/30/2023)
Hennepin County Testimony on HF 146.pdf (1/30/2023)
National Center for Transgender Equality Testimony on HF 146.pdf (1/31/2023)

Judiciary Finance and Civil Law

1/26/2023
1. HF 19 (L. Olson) Earned sick and safe time provided, report required, rulemaking authorized, and money appropriated.
2. HF 45 (Feist) Assessment process established to determine if current and former members of the military charged with offenses are eligible for deferred prosecution.
3. HF 28 (Frazier) Right to vote restored to individuals convicted of a felony upon completion of any term of incarceration imposed and executed by a court for the offense. (pending referral)

To learn more about requesting an accommodation, please visit the FAQs for Disability Access. If you have further questions on accommodations or accessibility, please contact the Committee Administrator.
Bills Added:
HF19 (Olson) - Earned sick and safe time provided, report required, rulemaking authorized, Ninth Judicial District judge added, and money appropriated.
HF28 (Frazier) - Right to vote restored to individuals convicted of a felony upon completion of any term of incarceration imposed and executed by a court for the offense, and money appropriated.
HF45 (Feist) - Assessment process established to determine if current and former members of the military charged with offenses are eligible for deferred prosecution.
Attachments:

Judiciary Finance and Civil Law

1/24/2023
1. HF 55 (Richardson) Office created for missing and murdered Black women and girls, report required, and money appropriated.
2. HF 91 (Liebling) Abortion regulating statutes repealed, sex offenses repealed, statutes governing the sale of articles and information and prohibiting advertisements repealed, limitation removed on performance of abortions at birth centers, language stricken regarding medical assistance coverage of abortion, limitation removed on MinnesotaCare coverage of abortion, and conforming changes made.
3. HF 121 (Edelson) Competency attainment; technical changes made, and money appropriated.
4. HF 420 (Reyer) Fee revenue reallocated, and Minnesota Family Resiliency Partnership funding increased.

To learn more about requesting an accommodation, please visit the FAQs for Disability Access. If you have further questions on accommodations or accessibility, please contact the Committee Administrator.
Bills Added:
HF55 (Richardson) - Office created for missing and murdered Black women and girls, office authorized to issue grants, Bureau of Criminal Apprehension required to operate missing person alert program, report required, and money appropriated.
HF91 (Liebling) - Abortion regulating statutes repealed, sex offenses repealed, statutes governing the sale of articles and information and prohibiting advertisements repealed, limitation removed on performance of abortions at birth centers, language stricken regarding medical assistance coverage of abortion, limitation removed on MinnesotaCare coverage of abortion, and conforming changes made.
HF121 (Edelson) - Competency attainment; technical changes made, and money appropriated.
HF420 (Reyer) - Fee revenue reallocated, and Minnesota Family Resiliency Partnership funding increased.
Attachments:

Judiciary Finance and Civil Law

1/19/2023
1. HF 4 (Gomez) Noncompliant driver's license or Minnesota identification card requirements modified and related changes made, including on eligibility, proof of lawful presence, primary and secondary documentation, and data practices; technical changes made; and money appropriated.*
2. HF 100 (Stephenson) Cannabis; Office of Cannabis Management established; advisory councils established; use and sale reports required; possession and use by adults legalized and limited; licensing, inspection, and regulation of businesses provided; cannabis flower and cannabinoid product testing required; advertisement of flower, products, and businesses limited; cultivation in private residences provided; medical cannabis program regulating authority transferred; sale of adult-use cannabis taxed; grant and loan programs established; criminal penalties amended; expungement procedures established for individuals; labor standards established for use of cannabis by employees and testing of employees; edible cannabinoid product temporary regulation provided; marijuana and tetrahydrocannabinols scheduling amended; data classified; miscellaneous cannabis-related changes and additions made; clarifying and technical changes made; and money appropriated.**
3. HF 6 (Stephenson) Price gouging prohibited, and penalties prescribed.

*for HF 4, committee discussion will be limited to the provisions within the jurisdiction of the Judiciary Finance and Civil Law Committee. The relevant section of HF 4 is Article 2 (dealing with data).
**for HF 100, committee discussion, testimony and amendments will be limited to the provisions within the jurisdiction of the Judiciary Finance and Civil Law Committee. The relevant provisions are as follows:
Article 1:
• Sec. 5 – Statewide monitoring system (particularly subdivision 2 – data submissions)
• Sec. 9 – Personal adult use (particularly subdivision 9 – civil penalties)
• Sec. 17 – Inspection and penalties (particularly subdivision 5 – civil penalties; subdivision 6 – nonpublic data)
• Sec. 28 – Cannabis wholesaler operations (particularly subdivision 5, par. (e) – civil liability)
• Sec. 48 – Duties of the Div. of Med. Can.; registry program (particularly subdivision 3 – data on research)
• Sec. 49 – Duties of health care practitioners; registry program (particularly subdivision 1 – Tennesen warning; subdivision 4 – data)
• Sec. 51 – Protections for registry program participants (particularly subdivision 2 – civil protections; subdivision 4 – action for damages)
• Sec. 53 – Data practices
• Sec. 65 – Lawful activities
• Sec. 66 – Civil liability
Article 4
• Sec. 13 – Controlled substances (forfeiture)
• Sec. 14 – Property subject to administrative forfeiture
• Sec. 15 – Controlled substances (forfeiture)
Article 5 - Expungement
• Particularly sections 5, 7, 8, and 10
Article 6
• Sec. 3 – Cannabis business data
• Sec. 4 – Cannabis Expungement Board records
Article 7
• Sec. 2 – Remedies available (permits civil penalties)
• Sec. 3 – Sale of certain cannabinoid products (particularly subdivision 6 – permits civil penalties)
Article 9
• Subdivision 18 – Supreme Court (appropriation)


To learn more about requesting an accommodation, please visit the FAQs for Disability Access. If you have further questions on accommodations or accessibility, please contact the Committee Administrator.
Bills Added:
HF6 (Stephenson) - Price gouging prohibited during an abnormal market disruption, and penalties prescribed.
HF100 (Stephenson) - Cannabis; various provisions added or changed relating to Office of Cannabis Management; advisory councils; sales and use reports; legal and limited possession and use; business licensing, inspection, and regulation; flower and product testing; labeling; advertisement; private resident cultivation; medical program; sales taxes; grants and loans; prohibition on operating a motor vehicle while under the influence; criminal penalties; expungement procedures, reports, and evictions; landlord and tenants; labor standards; temporary regulation of edible products; professional license protection; scheduling; data; miscellaneous and clarifying and technical changes; and money appropriated.
HF4 (Gomez) - Noncompliant driver's license or Minnesota identification card requirements modified and related changes made, including on eligibility, proof of lawful presence, primary and secondary documentation, and data practices; technical changes made; and money appropriated.
Attachments:
Page: Page Size: 5 Total Results: 9
1 | 2

Select Criteria

Choose a session year below - all committee audio recordings for that year will be listed in the results column.
Select Year

Choose a committee below - this list is based on the chosen session year and will filter results to that specific committee.
Select Committee