1. HF 1083 (Frazier) Criminal records expungement without petition authorized for individuals not guilty of crime as a result of identity theft or mistaken identity.
2. HF 10 (Lislegard) Skilled and trained contractor workforce use provided at petroleum refineries.
3. HF 1522 (M. Nelson) Occupational Safety and Health Act citation data classified.
4. HF 908 (Agbaje) Nursing Home Workforce Standards Board established, duties of board established, nursing home workers training required, retaliation against nursing home workers prohibited, enforcement provided, rulemaking authorized, and nursing home worker civil action authorized.
5. HF 393 (Stephenson) Procedure to resolve disputes between public utilities and residential customers provided.
6. HF 1859 (Feist) New enforcement provisions created for construction workers wage protection.
7. HF 2413 (Norris) Remedies to debtors with coerced debt provided.
8. HF 2442 (Berg) Employer prohibited from forcing employees to attend political or religious meetings or otherwise listen to speech about politics and religion.
9. HF 1275 (Kraft) Excavation notice requirements amended, excavation notice reporting required, and civil penalties for pipeline safety violations tied to federal law.
10. HF 1350 (Tabke) Public safety; various policy changes made, including to veterans’ license plates, dealer licenses and records, USDOT numbers, and driver’s licenses applications.
11. HF 1019 (Feist) Civil actions; causes of action survival modified.
12. HF 2257 (Bahner) Minnesota Age-Appropriate Design Code Act created, obligations placed on businesses regarding children's consumer information, and attorney general enforcement provided.
13. HF 2392 (Freiberg) Campaign finance provisions modified, and civil penalties provided.
14. HF 1140 (Freiberg) Technical and policy changes made to elections administration provisions.
15. HF 1329 (Carroll) Cancer reporting provisions changed.
16. HF 2539 (Carroll) Marriage; process by which a person with a felony conviction applies for name change modified.
17. HF 822 (Curran) County and local authorities authorized to share data with POST Board when board has ordered investigation into peace officer misconduct.
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