By Brian Hall
HF3010 would prohibit financial settlements of sexual harassment or abuse be provided as severance or wages, which are taxed by the state, in instances where a nondisclosure agreement has been signed.
By Pratik Joshi
HF3861 would expand upper income eligibility for child care assistance from 67% to 85% of the state median income — $75,671 to $96,001 for a family of four in today’s dollars — and establish a co-payment requirement of 14% of family income for families between the two percentages.
By Rob Hubbard
Sponsored by Rep. Samantha Vang (DFL-Brooklyn Center), HF2200 would establish a grant program to assist cities and counties in mitigating the impacts of climate change and reducing their contributions to the problem.