HF739 is scheduled to be heard pending re-referral from the House Early Childhood and Youth Development Policy Committee.
(Loeffler) - Disability outdated terminology updated.
(Morgan) - Omnibus human services continuing care policy bill.
(Loeffler) - Health care and medical assistance provisions modified.
(Moran) - Children and family service provisions modified; data practice provisions changed; and contractual agreement provisions changed with tribes, child care programs, community action agencies, the Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP), general assistance, group residential housing, and maltreatment reporting.
(Laine) - Omnibus health policy bill, and Minnesota Radon Awareness Act.
(Anderson) - Janet's Law enacted, and radon testing required for all residential homes.
(Allen) - Child sex trafficking prevention director established, sexually exploited youth provisions modified, grant programs established and amended relating to combating sexual exploitation of youth, related services and housing provided to victims, funding provided, and money appropriated.
(Davnie) - Residential property contracts for deed notice established, and remedies provided.
(Allen) - Landlord violation civil penalty imposed; tenant hold over provisions amended; time appeal and notice of hearing modified; and technical, clarifying, and conforming changes made.
(Nelson) - Quality Self-Directed Services Workforce Council created, and individual providers of direct support services regulated.
(Loeffler) - Medical assistance eligibility provided for inmates while they are inpatients in a medical institution.
(Fritz) - Newborn screening required for critical heart disease.
(Fritz) - Child care licensure requirement regarding infant sleep position modified.
(Newton) - Intermediate care facilities for persons with developmental disabilities (ICF/DD) and home and community-based service provider reimbursement rates modified, and money appropriated.
(Dorholt) - Critical access mental health services medical assistance reimbursement rate increased.
(Liebling) - Integrated behavioral health care coordination model pilot funding provided, and money appropriated.
(Loeffler) - Children's mental health and pediatric services electronic survey of providers required, and new mental health services covered under medical assistance.
(Atkins) - Distributed generation and renewable energy provisions modified, conservation improvement investments for low-income programs regulated, and eminent domain and condemnation procedures modified.
(Hortman) - Small electric generators maximum capacity to qualify for net metering amended.
(Hortman) - Omnibus energy bill.
(Metsa) - Greater Minnesota Regional Parks and Trails Commission created.
(Sundin) - Product stewardship programs provided.
(Murphy) - Public Facilities Authority grant programs reorganized, and small community wastewater treatment grants provided.
(Persell) - All-terrain vehicle registration and watercraft license exemptions provided, and nonresident all-terrain vehicle state trail pass requirements modified.
(Nornes) - Water-related service provider training exemption provided.
(Dill) - Omnibus game and fish policy bill.
(Dill) - Natural resources commissioner authority modified, water-related service provider training exemption provided, Matthew Lourey Trail extended, fees modified, state park permit exemption created, duplicate cross-country ski pass provided, and wildlife rehabilitation permit exemption provided.
HF83 (Freiberg) Tenant remedies provided, single point of contact and various notice provisions provided relating to mortgage foreclosures, mortgage foreclosure dual tracking prohibited, and mandatory mediation required prior to commencing a mortgage foreclosure. (A Draft Second Engrossment of HF83 is attached, pending approval by the full House on March 4.)
All testimony and amendments for all bills scheduled must relate to issues within the jurisdiction of the House Government Operations Committee.
(Hornstein) - Genocide Awareness and Prevention Month designated in April.
(Moran) - Cultural and Ethnic Leadership Communities Council for the Department of Human Services created.
(Lesch) - Dog and cat breeder licensing and inspection provided, funding provided, and money appropriated.
(Dorholt) - Open Education Resource Council established, reports required, funding provided, and money appropriated.
(Poppe) - Cellulosic ethanol production goal sunset date provided, definitions established, ethanol minimum content requirement converted to a biofuel requirement, petroleum replacement goal expanded, biofuels task force required, and E20 mandate language repealed.
(Hilstrom) - Employees and officers of local public pension plans required to report unlawful actions to the state auditor.
(Davnie) - Adult high school diploma requirements standardized, and advisory task force established.
(Rosenthal) - House of representatives district boundaries adjusted within senate district 49, and obsolete district description repealed.
(Simonson) - Statewide Radio Board expanded and updated to include the latest emergency communication technologies and authorized to elect to become a statewide emergency communication board; tribal governments included in regional board structure; and comprehensive authority provided under board to address all emergency communications.
(Mullery) - Homeless Youth Task Force established.
(Isaacson) - Metropolitan Council miscellaneous statutory technical corrections made, and obsolete language removed and modified.
(Laine) - Office of Collaboration and Dispute Management created in the Bureau of Mediation Services, funding provided, and money appropriated.
(Davnie) - Minneapolis and St. Paul; process provided for joint governance of entertainment facilities.
(Loeffler) - Hennepin Soil and Water Conservation District discontinued and duties transferred.
(Fischer) - Metropolitan Area Water Supply Advisory Committee sunset date extended.
HF1141 and HF1142 will be heard informationally, no formal action will be taken on them at Tuesday's hearing. They will be formally acted upon at Wednesday's Hearing.
(Moran) - Child Care Affordability Act established, child care assistance programs modified, funding provided, and money appropriated.
(Hortman) - Family Economic Security Act created, minimum wage rate increased, child care assistance modified, new child care tax credit provided, working family tax credit expanded, funding provided, and money appropriated.
(Halverson) - Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP) child care assistance modified.
(Moran) - Homeless children qualified for early educational services.
(Moran) - Minnesota Families and Children Assistance Program Act created, Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP) and child care assistance programs modified, commissioner provided directions, revisor instructed to change terminology, funding provided, and money appropriated.
(Atkins) - Independent School District No. 199, Inver Grove Heights; alternative facilities revenue program participation permitted.
(Dill) - Independent School District No. 381, Lake Superior; technology levy authorized.
(Dorholt) - Independent School District No. 742, St. Cloud; onetime transfer permitted.
(Zerwas) - Independent School District No. 728, Elk River; equity revenue adjusted by the metro equity region factor for students residing in the region.
(Zerwas) - Independent School District No. 728, Elk River; fund transfers authorized.
(Hansen) - Special School District No. 6, South St. Paul; alternative facilities revenue program participation permitted.
(Dettmer) - School construction near former landfills prohibited, and notice required for schools located near former landfills.
(Winkler) - Schools allowed to maintain a supply of epinephrine auto-injectors, and immunity from liability provided.
(Slocum) - Education provided in care and treatment settings, funding provided, and money appropriated.
(Slocum) - Resident pupils temporarily placed in a care and treatment center allowed to continue participation in district extracurricular activities.
(Halverson) - Voter registration provisions modified, and election administration procedures modified for individuals who have been convicted of a felony.
(Laine) - Campaign finance and public disclosure law changed, and definition of public official expanded.
(Nelson) - County boards provided authority to appoint certain county officers.
(Sawatzky) - Kandiyohi County; process provided for making the offices of county auditor-treasurer and recorder appointive.
(Dill) - Lake County; process provided to make county auditor-treasurer and recorder appointive.
(Lien) - Clay County; process provided to make the county auditor-treasurer and recorder appointive.
Commerce and Consumer Protection Finance and Policy
THE 24 HOUR RULE HAS BEEN AMENDED FOR TUESDAY, MARCH 5TH. AMENDMENTS FOR HF737 AND HF826 WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL 5:15PM ON MONDAY, MARCH 4TH.
HF489 (Lenczewski) Income and franchise taxes, property taxes, sales and use taxes, and other taxes and tax provisions technical and clarifying changes made.
HF490 (Lenszewski) Income and franchise taxes, property taxes, sales and use taxes, and other taxes and tax provision policy changes made.
HF737 (Hansen) Clean water fund expenditures authorized, reporting requirements modified, Petroleum Tank Release Cleanup Act modified, obsolete rules repealed, and money appropriated. ***Pending re-referral.
HF644 (Atkins) Building and construction contracts regulated, and third party insurance agreements prohibited.
HF446 (Hortman) Building and construction contracts and indemnification agreements regulated.
HF605 (Winkler) Children protected from exposure to harmful chemicals in products, criteria amended for identification of priority chemicals, disclosure required by manufacturers of children's products that contain harmful chemicals, Pollution Control Agency authorized to prohibit sales of children's products that contain harmful chemicals, waiver process provided, and fees established.
HF826 (Davnie) Safe and supportive schools provided for, rulemaking authorized, and money appropriated. ***Pending re-referral.
***NOTE: The committee will only be discussing the data provisions in HF489, HF490, HF605 and HF826.
** Pursuant to rule 2.03 of the Joint Rules, the rules committee is required to re-refer any bills necessary to implement the governor's budget if introduced 15 days after the budget was submitted.
Proposed Calendar for the Day for Thursday, March 7, 2013
(Wagenius) - Omnibus environment, natural resources, and agriculture finance and policy bill.
(Hilstrom) - Crime victim's estate authorized to request or enforce an order for restitution.
(Hansen) - Public official definition expanded in campaign finance and public disclosure law, and clarifying changes provided.
(Cornish) - Homicide victim specified personal property protection inventory and emergency order authorized to preserve rights of decedent's heirs and beneficiaries; and notice of rights and procedures added to crime victims' chapter.
(Atkins) - Survival or continuation of an action provided after the death or disability of a party.