(Shimanski) - Minnesota Department of Transportation roundabout design provided.
(Haws) - Active purple heart recipients made eligible for combat wounded vehicle license plate.
(Morrow) - Trunk Highway 14 construction project requirements established.
(Morrow) - Federal transit funds appropriated for disbursement by commissioner of transportation, and transit financial assistance provisions modified or added.
Health Care and Human Services Policy and Oversight
(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.
(Mullery) - Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Board of Trustees required to study technical education credentials.
(Norton) - Construction codes and licensing provisions modified, and certain notice provisions modified.
(Kath) - Public facilities programs amended and technical changes made.
(Loeffler) - Classified employee expectations established as nonpartisan resources to all decision makers, and additional whistleblower protection provided to state employees.
(Bigham) - Implied consent, driving while impaired, and ignition interlock provisions modified.
(Dill) - Franchise agreements between outdoor sport equipment dealers, manufacturers, and distributors regulated.
(Hilstrom) - State Patrol tax compliance and vehicle crimes investigations funding provided, and money appropriated.
(Hortman) - Traffic fines and forfeited bail money allocations modified.
(Hortman) - Large vehicle movement on public streets and highways governing provisions modified.
(Hortman) - Transportation Department management, priorities, research, and planning provisions modified.
(Lieder) - Authorization and discontinuance of special plates governing provisions modified.
(Lieder) - Transportation economic development assistance program established, accounts and appropriating funds established, petroleum tank release cleanup fee amended, and legislative reporting required.
(Clark) - Driver's license application procedures and requirements modified.
(Swails) - Washington County; portion of fines and civil penalties imposed for excessive weight violations in Washington County allocated to Washington County.
(Murphy) - Participating provider agreements regulated between health plan companies and health care providers.
(Hilstrom) - Notice requirements during foreclosure amended.
(Swails) - Residential contracts performance guidelines required, statutory warranties modified, notice and opportunity to repair required, and dispute resolution procedures provided.
(Thissen) - Health care clearinghouse added for health care provider transactions.
(Mariani) - Sale prohibited of motor vehicles with Illegally tinted windows.
(Morrow) - Motor carrier contracts regulated and indemnification provisions prohibited.
State and Local Government Operations Reform, Technology and Elections
(Mullery) - Interstate Compact for Juveniles adopted.
(Pelowski) - Open Meeting Law changed.
(Anzelc) - Type III vehicle drivers requirements amended.
(Huntley) - Electronic health record technology provisions amended, administrative penalties provided, and money appropriated.
(Nelson) - Escort drivers of overdimensional loads allowed to control traffic, and commissioner of public safety directed to establish escort driver training and certification program.
(Murphy) - State employees retirement plan contribution rates increased, adjustment provisions changed, refund interest rates reduced, augmentation rates reduced, interest eliminated, vesting requirements and early retirement reduction rates increased, rates reduced, amortization periods extended, study required, and bylaw amendments authorized.
(Murphy) - Omnibus retirement bill.
(Abeler) - Flexible benefit plans regulated, and primary care provider tiering provided.
(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.
(Huntley) - Commissioners of health and human services required to provide fiscal and actuarial analysis, and money appropriated.
(Murphy) - Pharmacy reimbursement rates adjusted.
Higher Education and Workforce Development Finance and Policy Division
HF737 (Rukavina) relating to economic development; providing certification for rehabilitation
counselors for the blind -1st on agenda
HF2849 (Norton) Minnesota and Wisconsin small business start-ups comparative study of state laws provided (Norton) - 3rd on agenda
(Newton) - Waiver of overdue payments provided.
(Rukavina) - Joint powers agreements may not circumvent or impinge upon the rights of employees covered by certain collective bargaining agreements.
(Poppe) - Minnesota State Colleges and Universities reorganized, salaries adjusted, central office established, and age increased for free classes.
(Carlson) - Legislators allowed to call a special session, and constitutional amendment proposed.
(Sertich) - Executive agency appropriations required to include proportionate reductions in expenditures on contracts, requirements provided during periods of projected deficits, and executive branch positions eliminated.
(Lillie) - Labor agreements and compensation plans ratified.
(Bly) - Fiscal note requirements modified.
(Carlson) - Executive branch authority to reduce unexpended allotments modified.
(Carlson) - Amount of agency deposit receipts technical changes made, and use of fees clarified in the combined charities campaign, and money appropriated.
(Mahoney) - Preference created for community banks and credit unions for the state's general revenue account, state depository accounts required to be held in community banks or credit unions, and a study required of possible further use of community banks and credit unions by the state and municipalities.
(Kath) - Contracts for professional or technical services reporting threshold reduced.
(Swails) - Collaborative governance council established.
Environment and Natural Resources Finance Division
There will be time for member discussion and public testimony on the delete all amendment to HF3502 (the Environment Finance Division’s clean water recommendations) in the morning. The Division will reconvene at 6pm to take up amendments and pass the bill.
(Hansen) - Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott, and Washington Counties; use of the clean water legacy account authorized to support local inflow and infiltration reduction programs, and money appropriated.
(Wagenius) - Metropolitan area groundwater monitoring account and fee established, and money appropriated.
(Lanning) - Basin board establishment and taxing authority authorized.
House Files 3318 and 3137 are pending referral.
Additional bills may be added.
(Paymar) - Domestic abuse; courts authorized to include pets and companion animals in protective orders.
(Hortman) - Uniform Unsworn Foreign Declarations Act proposed for adoption by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, and penalties provided.
(Mullery) - Chemical use screen required of juvenile offenders.
(Peterson) - Criminal penalty increased for possessing dangerous weapons on school property while criminal penalty lowered for brandishing, using, or possessing replica firearms and BB guns on school property.