(Winkler) - Elections provisions modified.
(Anderson) - Local election postponement or extension of voting hours provided in the event of inclement weather.
(Simon) - Retention elections for judges established, judicial performance commission created, and constitutional amendment proposed.
(Hilstrom) - Criminal sexual conduct in the first degree penalty increased.
(Bigham) - Predatory offender registration law amended to address registrants living in homeless shelters and to clarify that the registration requirement for offenders who move out of state are suspended not terminated.
(Hilstrom) - Criminal abuse of a vulnerable adult crime made a registrable offense under the predatory offender registration law.
(Morrow) - Sexual contact in secure treatment facilities included as criminal sexual conduct in the third and fourth degrees.
(Drazkowski) - Child pornography related definition amended.
Higher Education and Workforce Development Finance and Policy Division
(Reinert) - Continuation health insurance premiums adjustment required for certain disabled retired local government employees.
(Davnie) - Minnesota Comprehensive Health Association; preexisting condition limitation exception for children provided, and technical update made.
(Kahn) - Health plan coverage work group established for clinical trials, and findings and recommendations required.
(Anzelc) - Dental insurance provider agreements regulated.
(Bunn) - Medical assistance dental coverage modified, covered services modified under the critical access dental program, criteria set for designating and terminating critical access dental providers, and money appropriated.
(Thao) - Medical assistance providers required to use oral language interpreters who are listed in the interpreter registry or roster.
(Huntley) - Electronic health record technology provisions amended, administrative penalties provided, and money appropriated.
(Koenen) - Indian tribal government authorized conveyance of land no longer needed for trunk highway purposes.
(Bigham) - Left-turn lane provisions specified.
(Bigham) - Careless driving resulting in death; criminal penalty provided.
(Swails) - Household goods movers provisions repealed for filing of tariffs.
(Welti) - Motor vehicle definition clarified.
(Obermueller) - Grant and loan programs modified, duties modified, technical changes made, terms defined, Minnesota Science and Technology Authority created, licensing provisions modified, fees imposed and modified, construction codes modified, study requested, reports required, and money appropriated.
(Olin) - Organization and operation of business corporations, nonprofit corporations, and limited liability companies regulated; consistent law provided relating to registered agents and offices of business entities; and prohibition repealed against certain business names.
(Norton) - Construction codes and licensing provisions modified, and certain notice provisions modified.
(Davnie) - Administrative, benefit, and tax provisions modified.
(Lillie) - Portable electronics insurance regulated.
(Atkins) - Licenses regulated, requirements modified, education and notice requirements continued, various housekeeping, technical, and clarifying changes made, securities regulated, real estate brokers, salespersons, and closing agents provisions reorganized, real estate appraiser advisory board membership requirements and appointment authority modified, and workers' compensation regulated.
(Fritz) - Health plans required to establish equal out-of-pocket requirements for oral and intravenously administered chemotherapy medications.
(Abeler) - Massage therapist registration provided.
The committee will first hear a presentation on the state's role in preparing for and responding to floods before moving on to the bills on the agenda.
HF3162 is a division report only
(Hortman) - Permitting efficiency provided, and environmental review provisions modified.
(Eken) - Natural resources provisions modified relating to administrative accounts, electronic transactions, registration exemptions, ATV restrictions, state trails and boating routes, fees and disposition of receipts, bidding exemptions, horse trail pass, master plan requirements, beaver dams, the Water Law, nongame wildlife checkoffs, and Lake Vermilion State Park acquisition provided.
(Dill) - Congress memorialized to effect change in U.S. Coast Guard law relating to fishing guides.
Minnesota Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)
School Readiness Connections Pilot Project Final Evaluation
Department of Human Services
Saint Paul Early Childhood Scholarship Program Evaluation: Implementation in Year 2
Rob Grunewald, associate economist, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Pre-Kindergarten Allowances Project Final Evaluation
Dr. Scott McConnell, Professor, educational psychology and Center for Early Education and Development, University of Minnesota
Overview of the proposed elimination of the Office of Unlicensed Complementary and Alternative Health Care Practice, Minnesota Department of Health
(Simon) - Continuing education requirements exception provided for licensed professional counselors.
(Kath) - Ethics training required from home health aides, and commissioner of health instructed to amend rules.
(Norton) - Psychologist licensure requirements modified.
(Ruud) - Genetic counselors licensed.
(Bunn) - Body art procedures and establishments regulation system established, penalty fees adopted, and money appropriated.
(Abeler) - Surgical technologist employment qualifications required.
(Ruud) - Dentistry practice definition modified.
Bills will be heard that were approved at the Local Government Division meeting on 3/1/2010.
(Thissen) - Minneapolis Employees Retirement Fund; administrative functions transferred to the Public Employees Retirement Association, consolidation account created within the Public Employees Retirement Association, and conforming changes made.
(Kahn) - State Webmaster position established, and state chief information officer required to develop standards for enhanced public access to state electronic records.
(Kalin) - Local governments authorized to finance energy improvements for property owners to install energy efficient or renewable energy improvements, repayment provided as a special assessment, and bonds issued.
(Mullery) - Tax-forfeited property use and conveyance procedures modified.
(Bly) - State accountability measures established to improve graduation outcomes for students who are at risk of not graduating and students significantly off track to graduate.
(Mahoney) - Parent notification of child maltreatment in a school facility modified.
(Hornstein) - Responsible family life and sexuality education program created.
(Bigham) - Financial records release authority reinstated in response to a subpoena.
(Paymar) - Domestic abuse; courts authorized to include pets and companion animals in protective orders.
(Mullery) - Notice and other actions required before a civil action or arbitration proceeding may be commenced to collect a purchased debt, and default judgments regulated.
(Bly) - Public service corporation eminent domain authority clarified, and granting of route permits regulated for high-voltage transmission lines.