1.1.................... moves to amend H.F. No. 1270, the first engrossment, as follows:
1.2Delete everything after the enacting clause and insert:

1.4The amounts shown in this section summarize direct appropriations, by fund, made
1.5in this article.
Special Revenue

1.11The sums shown in the columns marked "Appropriations" are added to or, if shown
1.12in parentheses, subtracted from the appropriations in Laws 2009, chapter 83, article 1, to
1.13the agencies and for the purposes specified in this article. The appropriations are from the
1.14general fund, or another named fund, and are available for the fiscal years indicated for
1.15each purpose. The figures "2010" and "2011" used in this article mean that the addition
1.16to or subtraction from the appropriation listed under them is available for the fiscal year
1.17ending June 30, 2010, or June 30, 2011, respectively. Supplemental appropriations and
1.18reductions to appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010, are effective the
1.19day following final enactment.
Available for the Year
Ending June 30

Subdivision 1.Total Appropriation
2.1The amounts that may be spent for each
2.2purpose are specified in the following
Subd. 2.Supreme Court Operations
Subd. 3.Civil Legal Services


2.8Every reasonable effort should be made to
2.9maintain the existing drug courts.





Subdivision 1.Total Appropriation
Appropriations by Fund
Special Revenue
2.20The amounts that may be spent for each
2.21purpose are specified in the following
Subd. 2.Emergency Management
2.24This appropriation is to provide a match for
2.25Federal Emergency Management Agency
2.26(FEMA) disaster assistance payments under
2.27Minnesota Statutes, section 12.221. This is a
2.28onetime appropriation.
Subd. 3.Criminal Apprehension
Forensic Scientists
3.2 The commissioner may not eliminate or leave
3.3open positions for forensic lab scientists in
3.4order to balance the department's budget.
Subd. 4.Fire Marshal
3.6$1,000,000 is a onetime appropriation for
3.7fire safety purposes as recommended by the
3.8Fire Service Advisory Committee.
Subd. 5.Gambling and Alcohol Enforcement
Subd. 6.Office of Justice Programs



Subdivision 1.Total Appropriation
3.15The amounts that may be spent for each
3.16purpose are specified in the following
Subd. 2.Correctional Institutions
3.19This reduction may be applied agency wide.
Staff and Programming Cuts; Legislative
3.22During the biennium ending June 30, 2011,
3.23if it is necessary to reduce services or
3.24staffing within a correctional facility, the
3.25commissioner shall make every reasonable
3.26effort to retain correctional officers and
3.27prison industry employees and not make
3.28reductions to inmate educational programs,
3.29chemical dependency programs, or reentry
4.1If the commissioner elects to eliminate
4.2employees to absorb this funding reduction,
4.3any reduction in prison guards must
4.4be matched or exceeded by reductions in
4.5employees within the department's operations
4.6support division.
Subd. 3.Community Services
(a) Community Corrections
4.9If the commissioner of corrections
4.10determines reductions should be made to
4.11the CCA formula, DOC contract counties
4.12or CPO counties, the legislative intent of
4.13this reduction is that counties should reduce
4.14administrative expenses and executive
4.15salaries before direct services, such as
4.16probation services, are reduced.
(b) Sentence to Service
4.18The commissioner must fund the equivalent
4.19of 25 percent of county sentence to service
4.20programs. The 25 percent must be calculated
4.21based on fiscal year 2010 sentence to service
4.22expenditures by counties.
4.24Notwithstanding Minnesota Statutes, section
4.25241.27, the commissioner shall transfer
4.26$574,000 by June 30, 2010, and $989,000
4.27by June 30, 2011, from the Minnesota
4.28correctional industries revolving fund to the
4.29general fund. These transfers are onetime.
4.30These transfers are in addition to those in
4.31Laws 2009, chapter 83, article 1, section 14,
4.32subdivision 2, paragraph (g).
4.33The commissioner shall transfer $201,000
4.34by June 30, 2010, and $402,000 by June 30,
5.12011, from the special revenue fund to the
5.2general fund. These transfers are onetime.


5.4    Sec. 15. Minnesota Statutes 2008, section 297I.06, subdivision 3, is amended to read:
5.5    Subd. 3. Fire safety account, annual transfers, allocation. A special account, to
5.6be known as the fire safety account, is created in the state treasury. The account consists
5.7of the proceeds under subdivisions 1 and 2. $468,000 in fiscal year 2008, $4,268,000
5.8in fiscal year 2009, $9,268,000 in fiscal year 2010, $6,368,000 in fiscal year 2011, and
5.9$2,268,000 $2,368,000 in each year thereafter is transferred from the fire safety account in
5.10the special revenue fund to the general fund to offset the loss of revenue caused by the
5.11repeal of the one-half of one percent tax on fire insurance premiums.
5.12EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective the day following final enactment.

5.13    Sec. 16. Minnesota Statutes 2008, section 403.11, subdivision 1, is amended to read:
5.14    Subdivision 1. Emergency telecommunications Public safety service fee;
5.15account. (a) Each customer of a wireless or wire-line switched or packet-based
5.16telecommunications service provider connected to the public switched telephone network
5.17that furnishes service capable of originating a 911 emergency telephone call is assessed a
5.18fee based upon the number of wired or wireless telephone lines, or their equivalent, to
5.19cover the costs of ongoing maintenance and related improvements for trunking and central
5.20office switching equipment for 911 emergency telecommunications service,; to offset
5.21pay administrative and staffing costs of the commissioner related to managing the 911
5.22emergency telecommunications service program, including the salaries and benefits of
5.23department employees who support the program such as deputy commissioners, directors,
5.24and legislative liaisons; to make distributions provided for in section 403.113, and; to
5.25offset the costs, including administrative and staffing costs, incurred by the State Patrol
5.26Division of the Department of Public Safety in handling 911 emergency calls made from
5.27wireless phones; to fund law enforcement emergency response training reimbursement
5.28grants; to fund the collection, analysis, and maintenance of criminal evidence, records,
5.29and data; and for any other public safety purpose that relies upon, uses, or involves the
5.30efficient operation of the emergency telecommunications system in the state.
5.31    (b) Money remaining in the 911 emergency telecommunications service account
5.32after all other obligations are paid must not cancel and is carried forward to subsequent
5.33years and may be appropriated from time to time to the commissioner to provide financial
6.1assistance to counties for the improvement of local emergency telecommunications
6.2services. The improvements may include providing access to 911 service for
6.3telecommunications service subscribers currently without access and upgrading existing
6.4911 service to include automatic number identification, local location identification,
6.5automatic location identification, and other improvements specified in revised county
6.6911 plans approved by the commissioner.
6.7    (c) The fee may not be less than eight cents nor more than 65 cents a month until
6.8June 30, 2008, not less than eight cents nor more than 75 cents a month until June 30, 2009,
6.9not less than eight cents nor more than 85 cents a month until June 30, 2010, and not less
6.10than eight cents nor more than 95 cents a month on or after July 1, 2010, for each customer
6.11access line or other basic access service, including trunk equivalents as designated by
6.12the Public Utilities Commission for access charge purposes and including wireless
6.13telecommunications services. With the approval of the commissioner of management and
6.14budget, the commissioner of public safety shall establish the amount of the fee within the
6.15limits specified and inform the companies and carriers of the amount to be collected. When
6.16the revenue bonds authorized under section 403.27, subdivision 1, have been fully paid or
6.17defeased, the commissioner shall reduce the fee to reflect that debt service on the bonds is
6.18no longer needed. The commissioner shall provide companies and carriers a minimum of
6.1945 days' notice of each fee change. The fee must be the same for all customers.
6.20    (d) The fee must be collected by each wireless or wire-line telecommunications
6.21service provider subject to the fee. Fees are payable to and must be submitted to the
6.22commissioner monthly before the 25th of each month following the month of collection,
6.23except that fees may be submitted quarterly if less than $250 a month is due, or annually if
6.24less than $25 a month is due. Receipts must be deposited in the state treasury and credited
6.25to a 911 emergency telecommunications service account in the special revenue fund. The
6.26money in the account may only be used for 911 telecommunications services.
6.27    (e) This subdivision does not apply to customers of interexchange carriers.
6.28    (f) The installation and recurring charges for integrating wireless 911 calls into
6.29enhanced 911 systems are eligible for payment by the commissioner if the 911 service
6.30provider is included in the statewide design plan and the charges are made pursuant to
6.32    (g) Competitive local exchanges carriers holding certificates of authority from the
6.33Public Utilities Commission are eligible to receive payment for recurring 911 services.
6.34(h) The revisions made to paragraph (a) in 2010 expire on June 30, 2011.
6.35EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective the day following final enactment.

7.1    Sec. 17. Minnesota Statutes 2008, section 611A.32, subdivision 1, is amended to read:
7.2    Subdivision 1. Grants awarded. The commissioner shall award grants to programs
7.3which provide emergency shelter services to battered women and support services to
7.4battered women and domestic abuse victims and their children. The commissioner
7.5shall also award grants for training, technical assistance, and for the development and
7.6implementation of education programs to increase public awareness of the causes of
7.7battering, the solutions to preventing and ending domestic violence, and the problems
7.8faced by battered women and domestic abuse victims. Grants shall be awarded in a
7.9manner that ensures that they are equitably distributed to programs serving metropolitan
7.10and nonmetropolitan populations emergency shelter services and support services are
7.11available statewide. By July 1, 1995, community-based domestic abuse advocacy and
7.12support services programs must be established in every judicial assignment district.

7.13    Sec. 18. Minnesota Statutes 2008, section 611A.32, subdivision 2, is amended to read:
7.14    Subd. 2. Applications. Any public or private nonprofit agency may apply to the
7.15commissioner for a grant to provide emergency shelter services to battered women,
7.16support services to domestic abuse victims, or both, to battered women and their children.
7.17The application shall be submitted in a form approved by the commissioner by rule
7.18adopted under chapter 14, after consultation with the advisory council, and shall include:
7.19(1) a proposal for the provision of emergency shelter services for battered women,
7.20support services for domestic abuse victims, or both, for battered women and their
7.22(2) a proposed budget;
7.23(3) evidence of financial need, including documentation on the retention of financial
7.24reserves and availability of additional funding sources;
7.25(3) (4) evidence of an ability to integrate into the proposed program the uniform
7.26method of data collection and program evaluation established under sections 611A.33
7.27and 611A.34;
7.28(4) (5) evidence of an ability to represent the interests of battered women and
7.29domestic abuse victims and their children to local law enforcement agencies and courts,
7.30county welfare agencies, and local boards or departments of health;
7.31(5) (6) evidence of an ability to do outreach to unserved and underserved populations
7.32and to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate services; and
7.33(6) (7) any other content the commissioner may require by rule adopted under
7.34chapter 14, after considering the recommendations of the advisory council.
8.1Programs which have been approved for grants in prior years may submit materials
8.2which indicate changes in items listed in clauses (1) to (6) (7), in order to qualify for
8.3renewal funding. Nothing in this subdivision may be construed to require programs to
8.4submit complete applications for each year of renewal funding.

8.5    Sec. 19. Minnesota Statutes 2008, section 626.8458, subdivision 5, is amended to read:
8.6    Subd. 5. In-service training in police pursuits required. The chief law
8.7enforcement officer of every state and local law enforcement agency shall provide
8.8in-service training in emergency vehicle operations and in the conduct of police pursuits
8.9to every peace officer and part-time peace officer employed by the agency who the
8.10chief law enforcement officer determines may be involved in a police pursuit given the
8.11officer's responsibilities. The training shall comply with learning objectives developed
8.12and approved by the board and shall consist of at least eight hours of classroom and
8.13skills-based training every three four years.

8.14    Sec. 20. [631.426] SENTENCE TO SERVICE.
8.15    Subdivision 1. Programs. A county or counties may establish and operate a
8.16sentence to service program to which judges, as an intermediate sanction pursuant
8.17to section 609.153, subdivision 1, may direct non-dangerous offenders to work on
8.18community improvement projects under the close supervision of a crew leader.
8.19    Subd. 2. Fees. A sheriff supervising a sentence to service program may charge
8.20participants a fee to offset the cost of operating the program. Fees collected under this
8.21authority must be expended on the sentence to service program.
8.22    Subd. 3. Reimbursement. A county may bill entities that receive benefit from the
8.23sentence to service program a fee. Fees collected under this authority must be expended
8.24on the sentence to service program.
8.25    Subd. 4. Financial responsibility. The state shall reimburse counties the equivalent
8.26of 25 percent of the cost of operating a sentence to serve program to the extent that funds
8.27are specifically appropriated for this purpose.

8.28    Sec. 21. Laws 2009, chapter 83, article 1, section 10, subdivision 4, is amended to read:
Subd. 4.Fire Marshal
8.31This appropriation is from the fire safety
8.32account in the special revenue fund.
9.1Of this amount, $5,857,000 each $5,757,000
9.2the first year and $6,757,000 the second year
9.3is are for activities under Minnesota Statutes,
9.4section 299F.012, and $2,268,000 each
9.5$9,268,000 the first year and $6,368,000 the
9.6second year is are for transfer to the general
9.7fund under Minnesota Statutes, section
9.8297I.06, subdivision 3 .
9.9EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective the day following final enactment.

9.10    Sec. 22. Laws 2009, chapter 83, article 1, section 10, subdivision 6, is amended to read:
Subd. 6.Office of Justice Programs
Appropriations by Fund
State Government
Special Revenue
9.16(a) Federal Stimulus Money. The Office
9.17of Justice programs shall give priority to
9.18awarding grants for federal stimulus money
9.19to the following activities and programs:
9.20(1) organizations that provide mentoring
9.21grants for children of incarcerated parents;
9.22(2) youth intervention programs, as defined
9.23under Minnesota Statutes, section 299A.73,
9.24with an emphasis on those programs that
9.25provide early intervention youth services to
9.26children in their communities;
9.27(3) re-entry programs for offenders, with a
9.28priority on continuing to fund the nonprofit
9.29organization selected to administer the
9.30demonstration project for high risk adults
9.31under Laws 2007, chapter 54, article 1,
9.32section 19;
10.1(4) trafficking victim programs, including
10.2legal advocacy clinics, training programs,
10.3public awareness initiatives, and victim
10.4services hotlines;
10.5(5) nonprofit organizations dedicated
10.6to providing immediate and long-term
10.7emotional support and practical help for
10.8families and friends of persons who have
10.9died traumatically;
10.10(6) programs that seek to develop and
10.11increase juvenile detention alternatives;
10.12(7) restorative justice programs, as defined
10.13in Minnesota Statutes, section 611A.775,
10.14except that a program that receives federal
10.15funds shall not use the funds for cases
10.16involving domestic assault; and
10.17(8) judicial branch efficiency programs,
10.18including e-citation and fine management
10.19and collection program improvements.
10.20For purposes of this subdivision, "federal
10.21stimulus money" means money provided to
10.22the state under the American Recovery and
10.23Reinvestment Act of 2009.
10.24(b) Crime Victim and Youth Intervention
10.25Programs. For the biennium fiscal year
10.26ending June 30, 2011 2010, funding for the
10.27following programs must not be reduced by
10.28more than three percent from the level of
10.29state base funding provided for the biennium
10.30ending June 30, 2009: (1) crime victim
10.31reparations; (2) battered women's shelters
10.32and domestic violence programs; (3) general
10.33crime victim programs; (4) sexual assault
11.1victim programs; and (5) youth intervention
11.3For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011,
11.4funding for the following programs must not
11.5be reduced by more than one percent from
11.6the level of state base funding provided for
11.7the biennium ending June 30, 2009: (1) crime
11.8victim reparations; (2) battered women's
11.9shelters and domestic violence programs; (3)
11.10general crime victim programs; (4) sexual
11.11assault victim programs; and (5) youth
11.12intervention programs.
11.13(c) Administration Costs. Up to 2.5 percent
11.14of the grant money appropriated in this
11.15subdivision may be used to administer the
11.16grant program.

11.17    Sec. 23. Laws 2009, chapter 83, article 1, section 10, subdivision 7, is amended to read:
Subd. 7.Emergency Communication Networks
11.19This appropriation is from the state
11.20government special revenue fund for 911
11.21emergency telecommunications services.
11.22(a) Public Safety Answering Points.
11.23$13,664,000 each year is to be distributed
11.24as provided in Minnesota Statutes, section
11.25403.113, subdivision 2 .
11.26(b) Medical Resource Communication
11.27Centers. $683,000 each year is for grants
11.28to the Minnesota Emergency Medical
11.29Services Regulatory Board for the Metro
11.30East and Metro West Medical Resource
11.31Communication Centers that were in
11.32operation before January 1, 2000.
12.1(c) ARMER Debt Service. $17,557,000 the
12.2first year and $23,261,000 the second year
12.3are to the commissioner of finance to pay
12.4debt service on revenue bonds issued under
12.5Minnesota Statutes, section 403.275.
12.6Any portion of this appropriation not needed
12.7to pay debt service in a fiscal year may be
12.8used by the commissioner of public safety to
12.9pay cash for any of the capital improvements
12.10for which bond proceeds were appropriated
12.11by Laws 2005, chapter 136, article 1, section
12.129, subdivision 8, or Laws 2007, chapter 54,
12.13article 1, section 10, subdivision 8.
12.14(d) Metropolitan Council Debt Service.
12.15$1,410,000 each year is to the commissioner
12.16of finance for payment to the Metropolitan
12.17Council for debt service on bonds issued
12.18under Minnesota Statutes, section 403.27.
12.19(e) ARMER State Backbone Operating
12.20Costs. $5,060,000 each year is to the
12.21commissioner of transportation for costs
12.22of maintaining and operating the statewide
12.23radio system backbone.
12.24(f) ARMER Improvements. $1,000,000
12.25each year is for the Statewide Radio Board for
12.26costs of design, construction, maintenance
12.27of, and improvements to those elements
12.28of the statewide public safety radio and
12.29communication system that support mutual
12.30aid communications and emergency medical
12.31services or provide enhancement of public
12.32safety communication interoperability.
12.33(g) Next Generation 911. $3,431,000 the
12.34first year and $6,490,000 the second year
12.35are to replace the current system with the
13.1Next Generation Internet Protocol (IP) based
13.2network. The base level of funding for fiscal
13.3year 2012 shall be $2,965,000.
13.4(h) Grants to Local Government.
13.5$5,000,000 the first year is for grants to
13.6local units of government to assist with
13.7the transition to the ARMER system. This
13.8appropriation is available until June 30, 2012.
13.9Any portion of this appropriation that is not
13.10spent before the date of final enactment may
13.11be expended for any purpose authorized in
13.12section 403.11, subdivision 1, paragraph (a).
13.13EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective the day following final enactment.

13.14    Sec. 24. Laws 2009, chapter 83, article 1, section 11, is amended to read:
13.17(a) Excess Amounts Transferred. This
13.18appropriation is from the peace officer
13.19training account in the special revenue fund.
13.20Any new receipts credited to that account
13.21in the first year in excess of $4,012,000
13.22$3,952,000 must be transferred and credited
13.23to the general fund. Any new receipts
13.24credited to that account in the second year
13.25in excess of $4,012,000 $3,891,000 must be
13.26transferred and credited to the general fund.
13.27(b) Peace Officer Training
13.28Reimbursements. $2,859,000 each year is
13.29$2,816,000 the first year and $2,773,000 the
13.30second year are for reimbursements to local
13.31governments for peace officer training costs.
13.32(c) Prohibition on Use of Appropriation.
13.33No portion of this appropriation may be
14.1used for the purchase of motor vehicles
14.2or out-of-state travel that is not directly
14.3connected with and necessary to carry out
14.4the core functions of the board.
14.5EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective the day following final enactment.

14.6    Sec. 25. Laws 2009, chapter 83, article 1, section 14, subdivision 2, is amended to read:
Subd. 2.Correctional Institutions
Appropriations by Fund
Special Revenue
14.12$38,000,000 the first year is from the fiscal
14.13stabilization account in the federal fund. This
14.14is a onetime appropriation.
14.15The general fund base for this program shall
14.16be $326,085,000 in fiscal year 2012 and
14.17$330,430,000 in fiscal year 2013.
14.18(a) Treatment Alternatives; Report. By
14.19December 15, 2009, the commissioner
14.20must submit an electronic report to the
14.21chairs and ranking minority members of
14.22the house of representatives and senate
14.23committees with jurisdiction over public
14.24safety policy and finance concerning
14.25alternative chemical dependency treatment
14.26opportunities. The report must identify
14.27alternatives that represent best practices in
14.28chemical dependency treatment of offenders.
14.29The report must contain suggestions for
14.30reducing the length of time between
14.31offender commitment to the custody of the
14.32commissioner and graduation from chemical
14.33dependency treatment. To the extent
14.34possible, the report shall identify options
15.1that will (1) reduce the cost of treatment;
15.2(2) expand the number of treatment beds;
15.3(3) improve treatment outcomes; and (4)
15.4lower the rate of substance abuse relapse and
15.5criminal recidivism.
15.6(b) Challenge Incarceration; Maximum
15.7Occupancy. The commissioner shall work to
15.8fill all available challenge incarceration beds
15.9for both male and female offenders. If the
15.10commissioner fails to fill at least 90 percent
15.11of the available challenge incarceration beds
15.12by December 1, 2009, the commissioner
15.13must submit a report to the chairs and
15.14ranking minority members of the house of
15.15representatives and senate committees with
15.16jurisdiction over public safety policy and
15.17finance by January 15, 2010, explaining what
15.18steps the commissioner has taken to fill the
15.19beds and why those steps failed to reach the
15.20goal established by the legislature.
15.21(c) Institutional Efficiencies. The
15.22commissioner shall strive for institutional
15.23efficiencies and must reduce the fiscal year
15.242008 average adult facility per diem of
15.25$89.77 by one percent. The base is cut by
15.26$2,850,000 in the first year and $2,850,000
15.27in the second year to reflect a one percent
15.28reduction in the projected adult facility per
15.29diem. In reducing the projected adult facility
15.30per diem, the commissioner must consider
15.31the following:
15.32(1) cooperating with the state of Wisconsin
15.33to obtain economies of scale;
15.34(2) increasing the bed capacity of the
15.35challenge incarceration program;
16.1(3) increasing the number of nonviolent drug
16.2offenders who are granted conditional release
16.3under Minnesota Statutes, section 244.055;
16.4(4) increasing the use of compassionate
16.5release or less costly detention alternatives
16.6for elderly and infirm offenders;
16.7(5) discontinuing the department's practice
16.8of annually assigning a warden to serve as
16.9a legislative liaison during the legislative
16.11(6) consolidating staff from correctional
16.12institutions in geographical proximity to each
16.13other to achieve efficiencies and cost savings,
16.14including wardens, deputy wardens, and
16.15human resources, technology, and employee
16.16development personnel;
16.17(7) consolidating the department's human
16.18resources, technology, and employee
16.19development functions in a centralized
16.21(8) implementing corrections best practices;
16.23(9) implementing cost-saving measures used
16.24by other states and the federal government.
16.25In implementing this paragraph, the
16.26commissioner must not eliminate
16.27correctional officer positions or implement
16.28any other measure that will jeopardize public
16.29safety to achieve the mandated cost savings.
16.30The commissioner also must not eliminate
16.31treatment beds to achieve the mandated cost
17.1(d) Per Diem Reduction. If the
17.2commissioner fails to reduce the per diem by
17.3one percent, the commissioner must:
17.4(1) reduce the funding for operations support
17.5by the amount of unrealized savings; and
17.6(2) submit a report by February 15,
17.72010, to the chairs and ranking minority
17.8members of the house of representatives
17.9and senate committees with jurisdiction
17.10over public safety policy and finance that
17.11contains descriptions of what efforts the
17.12commissioner made to reduce the per diem,
17.13explanations for why those steps failed to
17.14reduce the per diem by one percent, proposed
17.15legislative options that would assist the
17.16commissioner in reducing the adult facility
17.17per diem, and descriptions of the specific
17.18actions the commissioner took to reduce
17.19funding in operations support.
17.20If the commissioner reduces the per diem
17.21by more than one percent, the commissioner
17.22must use the savings to provide treatment to
17.24(e) Reductions to Certain Programming
17.25Prohibited. When allocating reductions
17.26in services and programming under this
17.27appropriation, the commissioner may not
17.28make reductions to inmate educational
17.29programs, chemical dependency programs,
17.30or reentry programs.
17.31(f) (e) Drug Court Bed Savings. The
17.32commissioner must consider the bed impact
17.33savings of drug courts in formulating its
17.34prison bed projections.
18.1(g) (f) Transfer. Notwithstanding Minnesota
18.2Statutes, section 241.27, the commissioner
18.3of finance shall transfer $1,000,000 the first
18.4year and $1,000,000 the second year from the
18.5Minnesota Correctional Industries revolving
18.6fund to the general fund.
18.7EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective the day following final enactment.

18.9The proposed changes to the sentencing guidelines relating to the crimes of
18.10solicitation, inducement, and promotion of prostitution and sex trafficking, and riot
18.11described on pages 8 to 9 and Appendix E of the Minnesota Sentencing Guidelines
18.12Commission's January 2010 report to the legislature take effect on August 1, 2011.
18.13EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective the day following final enactment."
18.14Amend the title accordingly