Rep. Kelly Moller
Rm. 200 State Office Building
HF 81 (Jordan) Fish kills reporting and protocol development for state response required, and money appropriated. *
*Discussion to HF 81 will be confined to the fiscal appropriation to the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.
HF 181 (Vang) Reporting of crimes motivated by bias expanded; crimes of assault, property damage, and harassment motivated by bias amended; Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training required to update training in recognizing, responding to, and reporting crimes of bias; and money appropriated.*
*No public testimony will be taken on HF 181. Public testimony was heard on Jan. 17th, 2023. Written testimony is encouraged.
HF 1877 (Becker-Finn) Definition of park zone modified in controlled substances law.
HF 1524 (Curran) Bureau of Criminal Apprehension's questioned identity process modified.*
HF 1648 (Curran) Outdated statutory language regarding duty of Office of Justice Programs clarified and removed to designate services to domestic abuse victims.*
HF 1647 (Curran) Prosecutors required to notify victims of plea, sentencing, and sentencing modification hearings.*
HF 1713 (Hollins) Ability of crime victims to access reimbursement program improved, and name of reparations program changed to reimbursement act.*
HF 1510 (Moller) Commissioner of public safety authorized to accept donations, nonfederal grants, bequests, and other gifts of money.*
HF 1777 (Curran) Criminal and Juvenile Justice Information Advisory Group provided with more comprehensive use in its review of Bureau of Criminal Apprehension issues.*
HF 1759 (Huot) Minnesota Hazardous Materials Incident Response Act modified, bomb disposal cost reimbursement modified, and technical changes made related to smoke alarms.*
HF 2205 (Feist) Crime of computer theft modified to include copies of data.
* HF 1524, HF 1648, HF 1647, HF 1713, HF 1510, HF 1777, HF 1759 and HF 2205 will be combined into a DE amendment to HF 1510.
HF 1182 (Novotny) Grounds required for a peace officer to use deadly force modified.
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