Agriculture Value Study presented by Department of Revenue
(Kulick Jackson) - Green Acres program withdrawal deadline extended.
(Eastlund) - Green Acres program remaining property deadline extended without additional taxes.
(Olin) - Agricultural properties market value growth limited, and property tax targeting fund reduced.
*HF3317 (Mullery) Collection, dissemination, disclosure, and use of data regulated, temporary classification provisions amended, and changes made--will be substituted as a Delete-all amendment to SF863.
(Mullery) - Tax-forfeited property use and conveyance procedures modified.
(Hornstein) - Probate and intestate rights established for domestic partners.
(Simon) - Wrongful death actions by domestic partners provided, and witness privilege and crime victim rights for domestic partners established.
(Simon) - Parentage presumption and right to custody provisions modified and clarified, and prebirth parentage orders or judgments provided in certain cases.
(Kath) - Qualified persons with medical training or supervision authorized to take blood samples from DWI offenders, and legal immunity provided.
(Norton) - Volunteer protections during an emergency or disaster modified, and immunity specified for certain entities.
(Olin) - Children in need of protection or service provisions modified.
(Pelowski) - Administrative remedy provided for certain data practice law violations, data sharing agreement provided with the department of education, civil penalty provided, and money appropriated.
(Thissen) - Access to health records provided to surviving domestic partners, and domestic partners included in provisions governing health care rights, consent to autopsies, and anatomical gifts.
(Gunther) - Boiler provisions modified and civil and criminal penalties amended and imposed.
(Abeler) - Nonrecourse presettlement funding transactions regulated.
(Thissen) - Persons with disabilities licensure programs and provisions modified.
(Mullery) - Juvenile delinquency provisions modified to include stays of adjudication of delinquency, and juvenile delinquency continuance period duration extended.
(Holberg) - Business screening services regulated, and correction and deletion of certain criminal records provided.
(Holberg) - Domestic abuse or sexual attack programs exempted from data practice requirements, and data classified.
(Holberg) - Data classification established of private for vehicle information in orders for protection or no contact orders.
(Mullery) - Omnibus government data classifications provisions bill.
(Pelowski) - Minnesota Data Practices Act provision added on computer data, and state agency use of temporary session cookies on government Web sites clarified.
(Simon) - Right of first refusal offers modified for property obtained with federal transit funding.
(Hortman) - Permitting efficiency provided, and environmental review provisions modified.
Transportation and Transit Policy and Oversight Division
(Clark) - Driver's license application procedures and requirements modified.
(Hornstein) - Metropolitan Council best value contracts and procurement for transit vehicles authorized.
(Fritz) - Steele County; speed limit set on portion of County Highway 19.
(Holberg) - Priced highway lane governing requirements modified.
(Hornstein) - Skyway access requirements established for stations on the Central Corridor light rail transit line.
(Hornstein) - Motor vehicle fleet definition changed to conform to International Registration Plan for commercial motor vehicles.
(Holberg) - Town road extinguishment nullification procedures amended.
(Kalin) - North Branch; Veterans Memorial Bridge on marked Trunk Highway 95 designated.
(Kalin) - North Branch; Corporal Johnathan Benson Memorial Highway designated.
(Norton) - Highway 14 designated as Black and Yellow Trail.
(Rosenthal) - Driver's license cancellation provided for failure to pay final installment of driver's license reinstatement fee and surcharges.
(Hosch) - Vehicle impoundment notice time clarified.
(Holberg) - Medical examination requirements conformed for commercial driver's license to federal law.
(Swails) - Washington County; portion of fines and civil penalties imposed for excessive weight violations in Washington County allocated to Washington County.
(Shimanski) - Minnesota Department of Transportation roundabout design provided.
Health Care and Human Services Policy and Oversight
(Huntley) - Health care provisions changed relating to education plan requirements, health access program, Children's Health Insurance Reauthorization Act, long term care, asset transfers, clinics, dental benefits, prior authorization, drug formulary and administrative committees, preferred drugs, multisource drugs, health plans, claims against the state, eligibility standards, and prepaid health plans.
(Eken) - Commissioner's state medical review team duties modified.
(Mahoney) - Parent notification of child maltreatment in a school facility modified.
(Norton) - Provider peer grouping timelines and system modified, and agricultural cooperative health plan for farmers provision added.
(Laine) - Lodging establishments definitions modified.
(Thissen) - PACE programs authorization modified, and money appropriated.
(Kahn) - Health plan coverage work group established for clinical trials, and findings and recommendations required.
(Hansen) - Indoor ice arenas required to have electronic air monitoring devices, and electronic air monitoring device required for indoor ice arena facility construction and renovation grants.
(Morrow) - Civilly committed sex offenders, sexually dangerous persons, and sexual psychopathic personalities provisions modified, and judicial holds in commitment cases provisions amended.
HF3163 Prekindergarten through grade 12 funding provided, including general education, education excellence, special programs, and early childhood education. - Article 1; Article 2 sections 7-8, 11, 15; Article 3 section 2; and the A10-2204 amendment - information only
(Demmer) - Independent School District No. 203, Hayfield, fund transfer permitted.
(Garofalo) - General education aid reduction restored for certain taconite distributions.
(Simon) - School districts authorized to use operating capital for certain costs associated with closing a school.
(Faust) - Full-time equivalent definition expanded for the purpose of the safe school levy.
An amendment will be offered to replace the language in HF1741 with the Department of Commerce Supplemental Budget language. The spreadsheet and amendment language will be posted online when available.
If needed, the committee will recess at 4:30pm and reconvene at 6:00pm
(Sailer) - Small city energy efficiency grant program expanded to include commercial buildings.
(Johnson) - Minneapolis, St. Paul; cities authorized to expand certain residential energy conservation programs to include commercial and industrial property.
(Hilty) - Cromwell; energy-efficient furnace and light bulb funding provided, and money appropriated.
(Nornes) - Trunk highway routes Nos. 332 and 297 routes modified.
(Anzelc) - Type III vehicle drivers requirements amended.
(Morrow) - Motor carrier contracts regulated and indemnification provisions prohibited.
(Champion) - Commissioner of transportation directed to require bids for federally assisted contracts to include information on the inclusion of disadvantaged business enterprises, commissioner required to provide training for disadvantaged business enterprises, and reporting requirements imposed.
(Severson) - Relinquished land owned by the Department of Transportation governing requirements established.
(Hortman) - Traffic regulation provisions modified relating to highway work zone speeds, driving in the right-hand lane, and seat belt requirements for persons operating a type III vehicle as a school bus.
(Beard) - Railroad property exempted from storm sewer or storm water utility assessments, levies, or charges.
(Lieder) - Bridge project ongoing prioritization provided.
(Juhnke) - Trunk highway project bidding procedures amended, and use of alternative bidding required for competing paving materials.
(Nelson) - Escort drivers of overdimensional loads allowed to control traffic, and commissioner of public safety directed to establish escort driver training and certification program.
HF3088 (Hayden) Children and family service technical and policy provisions changed, Minnesota family investment program and adult supports provisions changed, and child welfare provisions changed (pending passage from Civil Justice) (1st on the agenda)
HF3239 (Abeler) Licensing provisions changed, and background study requirements, disqualifications, and data classification modified (pending passage from Civil Justice) (3rd on the agenda)
(Greiling) - Child care centers required to develop a risk reduction plan, and the term nonmaltreatment mistake defined.
(Slawik) - Early childhood education provided.
Presentation from the Board of Water and Soil Resources on clean water fund spending.
Public testimony on the Office of the Legislative Auditor’s report on Natural Resources Land. The report was presented in a joint hearing on March 8th. Public testimony will occur from 9:30-10am.
(Sailer) - Cross-country ski trail pass fees increased and an exception provided for school activities.
State and Local Government Operations Reform, Technology and Elections
(Lanning) - Ladder Out of Poverty Task Force established, membership and duties provided, and legislative appointments provided.
(Hilstrom) - State Guardian Ad Litem Board established and money appropriated.
(Champion) - Juneteenth observance governing provisions modified.
(Sailer) - Revisor of statutes required to survey recipients of free state publications.
(Davnie) - Minneapolis; Special School District No. 1; two member appointment provided on the Minneapolis redistricting commission, and standards established.
(Nornes) - Explore Minnesota Tourism Council membership requirements amended.
Housing Finance and Policy and Public Health Finance Division
(Davnie) - Follow-up testing and education required if a child's blood lead level exceeds a certain amount.
(Morgan) - Manufactured home park lot rental new administrative remedy for violations established.
Bioscience and Workforce Development Policy and Oversight Division
(Masin) - Report required on at-risk businesses and a fast-action economic response team created.
(Mullery) - Minority Workforce Collaborative funding provided, and money appropriated.
(Brynaert) - Minnesota investment fund expanded, and construction mitigation pilot program grants restriction removed.
Agriculture, Rural Economies and Veterans Affairs Finance Division
(Hamilton) - Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans funding provided for continued services to Minnesota veterans and their families who are homeless or at risk of being homeless, and money appropriated.
(Welti) - Veteran cemeteries appropriation modified.
(Davids) - Fillmore County; veterans cemetery funding provided.
(Doty) - Minnesota "Support our Troops" account eligible money use expanded.
HF3478 (Benson) School district mandates reduced, additional flexibility allowed, and certain fund transfers authorized. (Note: The committee will only consider the sections of the bill within its jurisdiction. Those are sections 1-3, 5-10, 14-16).
(Hornstein) - Responsible family life and sexuality education program created.
(Doepke) - Board of Teaching authorized to amend its licensure rules to permit a tiered teacher licensure structure, revised institutional and program approval requirements, and revised special education licensure requirements.
(Tillberry) - Diagnosis qualifications of attention deficit disorder or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder expanded.
(Newton) - Advisory task force established on school desegregation and integration.
(Newton) - Conciliation conference requirements clarified, and Minnesota Department of Education directed to amend two special education rules.
(Fritz) - Minnesota Academy for the Deaf and Minnesota Academy for the Blind provided trial placement.
Higher Education and Workforce Development Finance and Policy Division
Jobs Bills hearing
Central Minnesota Manufacturing Association will present information on the needs of small manufacturing businesses
(Rukavina) - Manufacturing equipment loan program established for manufacturing businesses in the state, and revenue bonds issued.
(Rukavina) - Emergency employment development program established, wage subsidies provided, and money appropriated.
(Knuth) - "Green economy" definition amended to include the concept of "green chemistry".
(Rukavina) - Renewable energy source conversion grant program created for municipal utilities and cooperative electric associations, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
(Rukavina) - Mandatory work and meal breaks modified.
(Rukavina) - Data matching authorized, eligibility modified, award procedure and grant program established, security modified, office established, bonding provisions modified, refunds provided, credit transfers governed, streamlining required, reimbursement provided, pilot projects established, corrections made, public education requested, and appropriation reductions governed.
Workforce bills plus any jobs bills remaining from morning
HF3127 (Davnie) unemployment insurance; modifying administrative, benefit, and tax provisions (2rd on agenda)
HF3517 (Clark) Board of cosmetologists license fees modified and money appropriated (4th on agenda)
HF3133 will be amended to remove Workers Comp provisions
HF3048 (Norton) Construction codes and licensing provisions modified, certain notice provisions modified, and criminal penalties imposed
(Kalin) - Public infrastructure for bioscience businesses expanded to include clean energy businesses.
(Loeffler) - Domestic partner benefits modified.
House Files 3130, 3090, 3089, 2695, 891, 3131, 3312, 3381 are division reports.
(Bigham) - Implied consent, driving while impaired, and ignition interlock provisions modified.
(Bigham) - Controlled substances schedule amended by adding tramadol to schedule IV.
(Johnson) - Wireless telecommunications service providers authorized to provide call locations for emergencies, and Kelsey Smith Act provided.
(Ruud) - Pregnant women mandatory reporting requirements modified.
(Lesch) - Fire departments authorized to access criminal history data on current employees.
(Hilstrom) - Stalking crime modified.
(Paymar) - Statutory cap on bail modified for nonfelony domestic abuse offenders, domestic abuse no contact order law recodified and clarified, tampering with a witness crime expanded, data communications network requirement clarified to include orders for protection and no contact orders, and criminal penalties imposed.
(Paymar) - Multijurisdictional gang and drug task forces certification process established.
(Champion) - Criminal record expungement authorized for individuals who have received stays of adjudication or diversion, expungements authorized without petitions in cases where charges were dismissed against a person upon prosecutorial approval and with victim notification, and persons petitioning for an expungement required to provide a copy of the criminal complaint or police report.
(Mullery) - Interstate Compact for Juveniles adopted.
(Greiling) - Criminal penalty provided for intentionally rendering a service animal unable to perform its duties, offenders convicted of harming service animals required to pay restitution, and civil remedies are not precluded by the criminal penalty for harming service animals.
(Mullery) - Juvenile history data retention increased to one year for a child who was arrested but not referred to a diversion program and delinquency petition has not been filed.
(Hausman) - Omnibus bonding bill; capital improvement funding provided, previous appropriations modified, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
Discussion on various bonding policies including provisions in HF2700 as passed on the House Floor.
Bills added to agenda: HF 2590 and HF 3492
(Gardner) - Rating criteria required for capital project funding requests.
(Anderson) - State agencies required to track and report on the number of jobs created or retained as a result of capital project funding.
(Downey) - Information required to determine return on investment for capital requests.
(Hausman) - Appropriation and bond authorization for capital investment projects procedures clarified.
(Hausman) - State bond proceed appropriations clarified and modified, and other appropriation provisions modified relating to Blazing Star State Trail, Mesabi Trail, Northwest Hennepin Family Center, an outpatient clinic and health education facility at Hennepin County Medical Center, Rochester Community and Technical College, Camp Ripley, Minneapolis Veterans Home and the city of Lake Elmo.