1.1.................... moves to amend H.F. No. 42, the first engrossment, as follows:
1.2Page 7, line 15, delete "four" and insert "3.7"
1.3Page 28, line 15, after "(b)" insert "Except as otherwise provided by law,"
1.4Page 36, after line 14 insert:

1.5    "Sec. 15. APPROPRIATION.
1.6Of the amount appropriated under section 116W.27 in fiscal year 2012 only,
1.7$200,000 is for a onetime grant to Enterprise Minnesota, Inc. for the small business
1.8growth acceleration program under Minnesota Statutes, section 116O.115. The grant is
1.9available until expended.
1.10    Of the amount appropriated under section 116W.27 in fiscal year 2013 only:
1.11    (a) $475,000 is for a onetime grant to the BioBusiness Alliance of Minnesota for
1.12bioscience business development programs to promote and position the state as a global
1.13leader in bioscience business activities. These funds may be used to create, recruit, retain,
1.14and expand biobusiness activity in Minnesota; implement the destination 2025 statewide
1.15plan; update a statewide assessment of the bioscience industry and the competitive position
1.16of Minnesota-based bioscience businesses relative to other states and other nations; and
1.17develop and implement business and scenario-planning models to create, recruit, retain,
1.18and expand biobusiness activity in Minnesota. The BioBusiness Alliance must report each
1.19year by February 15 to the committees of the house of representatives and the senate
1.20having jurisdiction over bioscience industry activity in Minnesota on the use of funds;
1.21the number of bioscience businesses and jobs created, recruited, retained, or expanded
1.22in the state since the last reporting period; the competitive position of the biobusiness
1.23industry; and utilization rates and results of the business and scenario-planning models
1.24and outcomes resulting from utilization of the business and scenario-planning models;
1.25    (b) $50,000 is for a onetime grant to the Minnesota Inventors Congress, of which at
1.26least $5,000 must be used for youth inventors; and
2.1(c) Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary, $107,000 is for administrative
2.2expenses of the Science and Technology Authority."
2.3Page 51, after line 3, insert:

2.4    "Sec. 1 Minnesota Statutes 2010, section 126C.01, subdivision 3, is amended to read:
2.5    Subd. 3. Referendum market value. "Referendum market value" means the market
2.6value of all taxable property, excluding property classified as class 2, noncommercial
2.74c(1), or 4c(4), or 4c(12) under section 273.13. The portion of class 2a property consisting
2.8of the house, garage, and surrounding one acre of land of an agricultural homestead is
2.9included in referendum market value. Any class of property, or any portion of a class of
2.10property, that is included in the definition of referendum market value and that has a class
2.11rate of less than one percent under section 273.13 shall have a referendum market value
2.12equal to its net tax capacity multiplied by 100.
2.13EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective for taxes payable in 2012 and
2.15Page 84, line 1, delete "$5,000,000 is" and insert "For fiscal year 2012, $1,600,000
2.16and for fiscal year 2013, $1,616,000 are"
2.17Page 84, line 2, delete "for the biennium ending June 30, 2013,"
2.18Page 91, delete section 1
2.19Page 93, after line 30, insert:
2.20    "Subd. 3. Zip code study. $35,000 in fiscal year 2012 is appropriated from the
2.21general fund to the commissioner of revenue for the report under article 4, section 16. Any
2.22balance remaining at the end of fiscal year 2012 does not cancel but is available in fiscal
2.23year 2013. This is a onetime appropriation."