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Public Safety Finance and Policy

2/3/2023
HF 396 (Becker-Finn) Safe storage of firearms and ammunition required, locking device required to be included in each firearm transfer, and criminal penalties imposed.

HF 14 (Pinto) Criminal background checks required for firearm transfers, and grounds modified for disqualification of transferee permit.

HF 15 (Frazier) Law enforcement and family members enabled to petition a court to prohibit people from possessing firearms if they pose a significant danger to themselves or others by possessing a firearm, and money appropriated.

HF 601 (Her) Lost and stolen firearms required to be reported promptly to law enforcement.

*Items may be taken up in any order, items may be added or removed at the Chair’s discretion.

AMENDMENT DEADLINE: Feb. 2nd, 10:30 AM, amendment to the amendments due by 4pm, Feb. 2nd. All amendments must be emailed to the Committee Administrator.

TESTIMONY: The committee has reached its capacity for public testimony for the hearing on Friday, Feb. 3rd. Written testimony is encouraged. All written testimony or letters must be submitted to the Committee Administrator at ellen.mcdaniel@house.mn.gov by 4 PM, Feb. 2nd. Please submit in Word Doc or PDF format.

*** The Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee hearing on Friday, Feb. 3rd will be a ticketed event. The hearing will be broadcasted on the Minnesota House Live Webcast and Mobile Streaming. There will also be an overflow room at the Capitol.

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:
HF396 (Becker-Finn) - Safe storage of firearms and ammunition required, locking device required to be included in each firearm transfer, and criminal penalties imposed.
HF14 (Pinto) - Criminal background checks required for firearm transfers, and grounds modified for disqualification of transferee permit.
HF15 (Frazier) - Law enforcement and family members enabled to petition a court to prohibit people from possessing firearms if they pose a significant danger to themselves or others by possessing a firearm, and money appropriated.
HF601 (Her) - Lost and stolen firearms required to be reported promptly to law enforcement.
Attachments:
H0396A1- Pinto.pdf (2/2/2023)
H0396A2-Becker-Finn.pdf (2/2/2023)
HF 14 - A2.pdf (2/2/2023)
HF 14 - A3.pdf (2/2/2023)
HF 14 - A5 (Pinto).pdf (2/2/2023)
HF 14 - DE2 (Pinto).pdf (2/2/2023)
HF 15 - A2.pdf (2/2/2023)
HF 15 - A3.pdf (2/2/2023)
HF 15 - A4.pdf (2/2/2023)
HF 15 - A5 (Frazier).pdf (2/2/2023)
HF 15 - DE2 (Frazier).pdf (2/2/2023)
HF 396 - A3.pdf (2/2/2023)
HF 396 - A4.pdf (2/2/2023)
HF 601 - A1.pdf (2/2/2023)
HF 396 - A5.pdf (2/2/2023)
Committee Agenda 2.3.23.pdf (2/2/2023)
Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee Minutes 2.2.23.pdf (2/2/2023)
HF 396 Bill Language.pdf (2/2/2023)
HF 396 House Research Summary.pdf (2/2/2023)
HF396-0 Completed FN.pdf (2/2/2023)
HF 14 Bill Language.pdf (2/2/2023)
HF 14 House Research Summary.pdf (2/2/2023)
HF14_0 Fiscal Note.pdf (2/2/2023)
HF 15 Bill Language.pdf (2/2/2023)
HF 15 House Research Summary.pdf (2/2/2023)
HF15-0 Completed FN.pdf (2/2/2023)
HF 601 Bill Language.pdf (2/2/2023)
HF 601 House Research Summary.pdf (2/2/2023)
HF601-0 Completed FN.pdf (2/2/2023)
Adam Sonnenfeld Written Testimony 14, 15, 601, 396.pdf (2/2/2023)
Carl Lavell Written Testimony HF 14, HF 15, HF 396 and HF 601.pdf (2/2/2023)
Corbin Lozinski Written Testimony HF 14, HF 15, HF 396 and HF 601.pdf (2/2/2023)
Dr. James Benzie Written Testimony HF 14, HF 15, HF 396 and HF 601.pdf (2/2/2023)
Dr. Marc Gorelick Written Testimony HF 396, HF 14, HF 15 and HF 601.pdf (2/2/2023)
Elizabeth Christensen Written Testimony HF 14.pdf (2/2/2023)
Elizabeth Christensen Written Testimony HF 15.pdf (2/2/2023)
Elizabeth Christensen Written Testimony HF 396.pdf (2/2/2023)
Emily Bierman Written Testimony HF 14.pdf (2/2/2023)
Emily Bierman Written Testimony HF 15.pdf (2/2/2023)
Emily Bierman Written Testimony HF 396.pdf (2/2/2023)
John Cumming Written Testimony HF 14, HF 15, HF 396 and HF 601.pdf (2/2/2023)
King County Prosecuting Office Letter of Support HF 15.pdf (2/2/2023)
Leah Kondes Written Testimony Public Safety Finance and Policy Hearing 2.3.23.pdf (2/2/2023)
Marc Olivier Written Testimony HF 14 and HF 15.pdf (2/2/2023)
Michael Papas Written Testimony HF 14, HF 15, HF 396, HF 601.pdf (2/2/2023)
Mike Monson Written Testimony HF 14, HF 15, and HF 396.pdf (2/2/2023)
MN Academy of Family Physicians Letter of Support HF 14, HF 15, HF 396, HF 601.pdf (2/2/2023)
MN County Attorneys Association Letter of Support HF 14 and HF 15.pdf (2/2/2023)
MPPOA Letter of Support HF 396.pdf (2/2/2023)
Nancy Baker Written Testimony HF 396, HF 14, HF 15 and HF 601.pdf (2/2/2023)
Ninah Divine Written Testimony HF 396, HF 14, HF 15, HF 601.pdf (2/2/2023)
Pat Fontaine Written Testimony HF 396, HF 14, HF 15, HF 601.pdf (2/2/2023)
Protect Minnesota Letter of Support HF 396, HF 14, HF 15, HF 601.pdf (2/2/2023)
Rachel Dick Written Testimony Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee 2.3.23 .pdf (2/2/2023)
RAM Defense LLC Written Testimony HF 14, HF 15, HF 396 and HF 601.pdf (2/2/2023)
Sara Bertschinger Written Testimony HF 396,14,15, and 601.pdf (2/2/2023)
Sarah McIntire Written Testimony HF 396 and HF 15.pdf (2/2/2023)
Thomas Kottke Written Testimony HF 14, HF 15, HF 396, HF 601.pdf (2/2/2023)
Todd Lund Written Testimony Public Safety Finance and Policy 2.3.23.pdf (2/2/2023)
ACLUMN Written Testimony House Public Safety FInance and Policy Committee 2.3.23.pdf (2/2/2023)
Anne E Jennen Written Testimony Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee 2.3.23.pdf (2/2/2023)
Brady Letter of Support HF 14, 15, 396, 601.pdf (2/2/2023)
Caroline Bwari Nyamweya Tekeste Written Testimony Public Safety Finance and Policy Committe 2.3.23.pdf (2/2/2023)
Citizen Written Testimony on HF 15.pdf (2/2/2023)
Clint Dodd Written Testimony HF 14, HF 15, HF 396, HF 601.pdf (2/2/2023)
Dave Schiebel Written Testimony Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee 2.3.23.pdf (2/2/2023)
Dave Schiebel Written Testimony Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee 2.3.23.pdf (2/2/2023)
David Wetzel Written Testimony HF 14, HF 15, HF 396 and HF 601.pdf (2/2/2023)
Dustin Solar Written Testimony Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee 2.3.23.pdf (2/2/2023)
Emily Benzie Written Testimony in Support HFs 396 14 15 601.pdf (2/2/2023)
Gerald Alan Kill Written Testimony Public Safety Finance and Policy 2.3.23.pdf (2/2/2023)
HF 396 - Written Testimony - MN Gun Owners Caucus - 2-3-2023.pdf (2/2/2023)
HF14 - Written Testimony - MN Gun Owners Caucus - 2-3-2023.pdf (2/2/2023)
HF15 - Written Testimony - MN Gun Owners Caucus - 2-3-2023.pdf (2/2/2023)
HF601 - Written Testimony from MN Gun Owners Caucus - 2-3-2023.pdf (2/2/2023)
Howard Dickman Written Testimony HF 396, HF 14, HF 15, HF 601.pdf (2/2/2023)
Jeff Shaw Written Testimony Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee 2.3.34.pdf (2/2/2023)
Joan Peterson Written Testimony Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee 2.3.23.pdf (2/2/2023)
Kelly Roskam Written Testimony HF 15.pdf (2/2/2023)
March for Our Lives Letter of Support HF 14.pdf (2/2/2023)
March for Our Lives Letter of Support HF 396.docx.pdf (2/2/2023)
March for Our Lives Letter of Support HF 15.pdf (2/2/2023)
March for Our Lives Letter of Support HF 15.pdf (2/2/2023)
March for Our Lives Letter of Support HF 601.pdf (2/2/2023)
Mark Written Testimony HF 15.pdf (2/2/2023)
Mary Streufert Written Testimony HF 396 .pdf (2/2/2023)
Mary Tschida Written Testimony In Support of HFs 396, 14,15,601.pdf (2/2/2023)
MCPPA Letter of Suppport HF 14 and HF 15.pdf (2/2/2023)
MGR Written Testimony Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee 2.3.23.pdf (2/2/2023)
Minnesota Sheriff's Association Written Testimony HF 14 and HF 15.pdf (2/2/2023)
MPPOA Support of HF 14.pdf (2/2/2023)
Nolan Woods Written Testimony HF 14, HF 15, HF396.pdf (2/2/2023)
NRA Written Testimony HF 14.pdf (2/2/2023)
NRA Written Testimony HF 15.pdf (2/2/2023)
NRA Written Testimony HF 396.pdf (2/2/2023)
NRA Written Testimony HF 601.pdf (2/2/2023)
NSSF Written Testimony HF 14.pdf (2/2/2023)
NSSF Written Testimony HF 396.pdf (2/2/2023)
Pete Steinhagen Written Testimony Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee 2.3.23.pdf (2/2/2023)
Rachel Dick Written Testimony Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee 2.3.23.pdf (2/2/2023)
Ryan Jelinek Letter of Ssupport for Gun Violence Pprevention.pdf (2/2/2023)
Steve Ludvigson Written Testimony HF 14.pdf (2/2/2023)
Steve Ludvigson Written Testimony HF 396.pdf (2/2/2023)
Steve Ludvigson Written Testimony HF 601.pdf (2/2/2023)
Tom Evenstad Written Testimony HF 15.pdf (2/2/2023)
Tom Polachek Written Testimony Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee 2.3.23.pdf (2/2/2023)
Tony Townley Written Testimony Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee 2.3.23.pdf (2/2/2023)
UMN SAFE Written Testimony Public Safety Finance and Policy 2.3.23.pdf (2/2/2023)
Ben Pratt Written Testimony HF 14.pdf (2/2/2023)
Ben Pratt Written Testimony HF 15.pdf (2/2/2023)
Ben Pratt Written Testimony HF 396.pdf (2/2/2023)
Jay Johnson Written Testimony Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee 2.3.23.pdf (2/2/2023)
Letter from Health Systems Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee 2.3.23.pdf (2/2/2023)
Louise Ouradnik Written Testimony HF 396, HF 14, HF 15, HF 601.PDF (2/2/2023)
Karl Kaufman Written Testimony HF 396.pdf (2/2/2023)
Raymond Prettner Written Testimony Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee 2.3.23.pdf (2/2/2023)
Steven McCarney Letter of Opposition HF 14, HF 15, HF 396, HF 601.pdf (2/3/2023)
Christopher Carita - Letter on ERPO to Members of the Public Safety Committee of the Minnesota House of Representatives.pdf (2/3/2023)
MPPOA Support of HF610.pdf (2/3/2023)

Public Safety Finance and Policy

2/2/2023
HF 30 (Richardson) Catalytic converter purchase requirements established, and penalties provided.

HF 803 (Moller) Enhanced sentences clarified for kidnapping offenses.

HF 686 (Moller) Tracking device expanded use authorized during stolen vehicle investigations.

HF 281 (Witte) Law enforcement agencies required to report carjacking data to commissioner of public safety, and commissioner required to publish carjacking data in commissioner's annual uniform crime report.

*Items may be taken up in any order, items may be added or removed at the Chair’s discretion.

*Testimony is limited. The number of testifiers and length of time permitted is at the discretion of the chair, and is subject to change. Please plan accordingly. If you would like to testify, please email the committee administrator at ellen.mcdaniel@house.mn.gov by 10:30 am the day before the hearing (Feb. 1st).

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:
HF30 (Richardson) - Catalytic converter purchase requirements established, and penalties provided.
HF803 (Moller) - Enhanced sentences clarified for kidnapping offenses.
HF686 (Moller) - Tracking device expanded use authorized during stolen vehicle investigations.
HF281 (Witte) - Law enforcement agencies required to report carjacking data to commissioner of public safety, and commissioner required to publish carjacking data in commissioner's annual uniform crime report.
Attachments:

Public Safety Finance and Policy

1/31/2023
Overview Presentation of MN POST Board

HF 822 (Curran) County and local authorities authorized to share data with POST Board when board has ordered investigation into peace officer misconduct.

HF 823 (Curran) Law enforcement agencies authorized to share criminal history background check data with Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training.

Overview Presentation of MN Office of Ombuds for Corrections

HF 745 (Tabke) Removal of ombudsperson only for just cause authorized.

HF 357 (Urdahl) Interstate Compact for Adult Supervision; reimbursement provided of transportation expenses incurred by counties.

*Items may be taken up in any order, items may be added or removed at the Chair’s discretion.

*Testimony is limited. The number of testifiers and length of time permitted is at the discretion of the chair, and is subject to change. Please plan accordingly. If you would like to testify, please email the committee administrator by 10:30 am the day before the hearing (Jan. 30th).

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:
HF822 (Curran) - County and local authorities authorized to share data with POST Board when board has ordered investigation into peace officer misconduct.
HF823 (Curran) - Law enforcement agencies authorized to share criminal history background check data with Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training.
HF745 (Tabke) - Removal of ombudsperson only for just cause authorized.
HF357 (Urdahl) - Interstate Compact for Adult Supervision; reimbursement provided of transportation expenses incurred by counties.
Attachments:

Public Safety Finance and Policy

1/26/2023
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. (Pending Referral)

HF 506 (Koznick) Equine therapy to first responders suffering from trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder grant funding provided, and money appropriated.

*Items may be taken up in any order, items may be added or removed at the Chair’s discretion.

*Testimony is limited. The number of testifiers and length of time permitted is at the discretion of the chair, and is subject to change. Please plan accordingly. If you would like to testify, please email the committee administrator by 10:30 am the day before the hearing (Jan. 25).

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:
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.
HF506 (Koznick) - Equine therapy to first responders suffering from trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder grant funding provided, and money appropriated.
Attachments:

Public Safety Finance and Policy

1/24/2023
HF 424 (Bahner) Definition of qualified domestic violence-related offenses amended to include additional crimes.

HF 93 (Pinto) Slavery or involuntary servitude prohibited as criminal punishment for crime, and constitutional amendment proposed.

HF 43 (Feist) Gross misdemeanor maximum term of incarceration set at 364 days.

HF 147 (Mueller) Mower County; incarceration program alternatives funding provided, and money appropriated.

*Items may be taken up in any order, items may be added or removed at the Chair’s discretion.

*Testimony is limited. The number of testifiers and length of time permitted is at the discretion of the chair, and is subject to change. Please plan accordingly. If you would like to testify, please email the committee administrator by 10:30 am the day before the hearing (Jan. 23).

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:
HF424 (Bahner) - Definition of qualified domestic violence-related offenses amended to include additional crimes.
HF93 (Pinto) - Slavery or involuntary servitude prohibited as criminal punishment for crime, and constitutional amendment proposed.
HF43 (Feist) - Gross misdemeanor maximum term of incarceration set at 364 days.
HF147 (Mueller) - Mower County; incarceration program alternatives funding provided, and money appropriated.
Attachments:
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