8:30 a.m. - 10 a.m. Recess
HF 855 (Fraizer) Public safety innovation board established, community safety grants provided, body camera data storage provided, law enforcement policy provided, law enforcement civilian oversight provided, report required, rulemaking provided, and money appropriated.
HF 2483 (Greenman) Minneapolis; local sales and use tax provisions, lawful gambling tax provisions, and other stadium-related provisions modified; bonds made able to be retired early; operating expense and capital improvement requirements modified; and money appropriated.
HF 2250 (Newton) Minnesota Amateur Sports Commission funding provided to support upgrades to roof of ice arena complex at National Sports Center, and money appropriated.
HF 1859 (Feist) New enforcement provisions created for construction workers wage protection.
Agency increased budget requests: Minnesota Humanities Center and Minnesota Indian Affairs Council.
Reconvene 6:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.
HF 2321 (Pinto) Children's cabinet modified; Department of Children, Youth, and Families established; responsibilities of Department of Education, Department of Human Services, and Department of Public Safety transferred to Department of Children, Youth, and Families; reports required; rulemaking authorized; and money appropriated.
Informational: HF 2677 (Kraft) Metropolitan Council; climate action plan as part of comprehensive plan content required, land use study and report to legislature by council required, and money appropriated.
HF 2940 (Klevorn) State government entities including constitutional offices, legislature, and retirement accounts funding provided; compensation council provisions modified; state performance measures required; Offices of Enterprise Sustainability and Translation created; single grants management system and small agency studies required; postretirement adjustment for calendar year 2024 made; and money appropriated.
HF 2427 (Klevorn) Capitol Area Architectural and Planning Board required to update Capitol Mall Design Framework, elements that must be included in updated framework specified, and money appropriated.
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