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Rep. Peggy Scott
Room 200 State Office Building
**At the Call of the Chair, the Civil Law Hearing will Begin Immediately Following Session in Room 500 North of the State Office Building**
**HF 1982 is being heard on an informational level only as the bill is not in our possession**
*** MORE BILLS MAY BE ADDED ***
HF 1935 is rescheduled to Tuesday March 24 at 8:15am.
Election administration provisions modified including provisions related to school boards, voters, ballots, registration, violations, absentee ballots, candidates, vacancies, recounts, filing fees, and precincts; military and overseas absentee voting provisions modified; Uniform Faithful Presidential Electors Act provided; and various technical changes made.
Apportionment of taxes occasioned by a decedent's death provided.
Equity-stripping law protection extended to owners of agricultural property.
Health commissioner required to develop a list of authorized entities, and individuals allowed to obtain and administer epinephrine without a prescription.
Data privacy, predatory offender registration, evidence, crime victim protections, and criminal defenses relating to sex trafficking provisions modified; and new criminal penalties created.
Group residential housing provisions modified, background study requirements established of group residential housing or supplementary services, and administration of a compliance system authorized for group residential housing.
Minnesota prescription monitoring program changes made.
Suicide prevention training required, report required, and money appropriated.
Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act (TEFRA) monetary parental contribution repealed.
Human services commissioner required to contract with a vendor to verify the eligibility of medical assistance and MinnesotaCare enrollees, and money appropriated.
Secure electronic storage of motor vehicle records provided.
Human services commissioner required to contract with a vendor for eligibility verification audit services for public health care programs.
Mortgage foreclosure by advertisement publication requirements clarified.
School bus driver's license endorsement issuance requirements modified.
Disability certificate holder data authorized to be released for purposes of enforcing parking restrictions in cities and towns.
Conciliation court provided jurisdiction to determine claims by a county against a nonresident.
Property transfers regulated, and Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act amendments recommended by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws enacted.
Crowdfunding transactions provided exemption from securities regulation.
Tax data disclosure to the human services commissioner modified.
Drive-away in-transit license plates governed, data classified, and money appropriated.
Autopsy religious objection provided.