Several options for the statutorily-mandated redistricting for the Metropolitan Council and other metro agencies will be considered by the committee. Map 1A is a revised version of Map 1. The link for the three maps that have been proposed thus far is: http://www.gis.leg.mn/html/mcplans2013.html
(Nelson) - Metropolitan Council redistricting provided, and district boundaries adopted.
(Hansen) - Environmental Quality Board provisions modified, advisory committee extended, health-related selection committee and advisory council established, and rulemaking and data collection provided.
(Hornstein) - Metropolitan area joint powers board amended, sales tax imposed, and allocation of funds provided.
(Winkler) - Sunset Act repealed.
HF1750 (Paymar) Amending St. Paul's 60/40 rule for bars and restaurants.
HF1751 (Sundin) Allowing on-sale wine license to a town of Thomson restaurant.
All bills will be heard for informational purposes only.
(Kahn) - Sunday off-sale intoxicating liquor sales prohibition repealed.
(Garofalo) - Sunday liquor sales allowed on the date of the 2014 Super Bowl.
Phase III, Building the Omnibus State Government Finance and Veterans Affairs Bill.
Final passage of HF 1184 as amended (as reflected in the A13-400A amendment, which incorporates all adopted amendments).
HF1752 (Simonson) Repeat sex offender 36-month presumptive executed sentence provided for.
HF1139 (Liebling) Prevention of sexual violence working group provided for, Minnesota sex offender program provisions modified, sexual violence prevention demonstration grants provided for, Civil Commitment Act modified, report provided for, and money appropriated.
****HF409 is an informational hearing only
HF1743 (Lenczewski) relating to taxation; gross revenues and gross receipts; imposing a sports memorabilia tax; expanding the sales tax to rentals of certain suites and box seats.
(Norton) - Medical center development authority established and organization, powers, and duties provided; medical center development districts provided; issuance of revenue obligations, city bonds, and state assistance authorized; funding provided; and money appropriated.
(Marquart) - Alternative attendance program adjustment clarified.
(Kahn) - Finance and budget provisions changed, Office of MN.IT Services added and provisions changed, and state information network exempted from term limitations on contracts.
(Atkins) - Hospital staffing report required, study on nurse staffing levels and patient outcomes required, funding provided, and money appropriated.
The plan for today is to hear and take amendments on each of the bills and then lay them over. Once we finish all of the bills, we will make the appropriate motions to incorporate all three into one omnibus bill and a final vote will be taken.
(Mahoney) - Omnibus jobs, economic development, housing, commerce, and energy bill.
(Atkins) - Omnibus commerce budget bill.
(Clark) - Omnibus housing finance and policy bill.
HF80 (Hilstrom) Assigned consumer debt default judgments regulated.
HF1160 (Hilstrom) Judiciary, Guardian Ad Litem Board, Tax Court, Board on Judicial Standards, Board of Public Defense, Uniform Laws Commission, and Sentencing Guidelines Commission funding provided, and money appropriated.
***HF1160 will be the Omnibus Judiciary Finance and Policy bill. The updated spreadsheet can be found on the Committee's Main Page under "Committee Spread Sheet."
Amendments are due by 2:15 p.m. on Monday, April 8.
HF1724 (Davnie) A bill for an act relating to taxation; property; requiring a truth in taxation budget hearing; repealing requirement for notice of proposed property taxes
Informational Hearing on HF759 (Savick) Volunteer first responder credit provided.
(Persell) - Manufactured homes clarified as dealer inventory.
(Anzelc) - Municipalities authorized to issue obligations without election for certain street improvements.
(Schoen) - Medical device sales and use tax exemption expanded.
(Erhardt) - Metropolitan area transit and paratransit capital expenditures additional financing provided, and obligations issued.
(Erhardt) - Municipalities authorized to establish street improvement districts and apportion street improvement fees within districts, adoption of street improvement plan required, and collection of fees authorized.
(Lesch) - 911 fee collection from prepaid wireless telecommunications services and prepaid wireless E911 services provided, broadband development grant program established, funding provided, and money appropriated.
(Fritz) - Nursing homes and boarding care homes most purchases exempted from sales and use tax.
(Lenczewski) - Public fund investments authorized, energy improvement repayment provided, and capital equipment financing and street reconstruction bond election requirements changed.
(Davids) - Sales tax exemption expanded for complimentary meals and beverages and certain capital equipment used by restaurants.
(Barrett) - Exempt property held for economic development permitted holding period increased.
(Anderson) - Purchases made by cities that did not receive a city aid payment in the previous calendar year exempted from sales and use tax.
(Morgan) - Minnesota math corps program established, funding provided, and money appropriated.
(Mullery) - Special School District No. 1, Minneapolis; grant funding provided, and money appropriated for community engagement and empowerment.
(Isaacson) - Intermediate school districts authorized to sell and issue facility bonds upon adoption of a resolution.
(Bernardy) - College concurrent enrollment program full funding provided, and money appropriated.
(Newton) - Special education case loads task force established, and report required.
(Metsa) - School district energy conservation program pilot project funding provided, and money appropriated.
(Davnie) - State aid increased for developmental screening, students over the age of 21 who attend a contract alternative program authorized to continue to receive instruction at that school until graduation, pupil transportation options modified, and school district bonding authority extended.