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Rep. Mary Liz Holberg
200 State Office Building
With the exception of HF1612, the other bills on the agenda have been heard in policy and/or finance committees. In such cases, it is the general practice of the House Ways and Means Committee that public testimony will not be taken. Testimony will be taken on HF1612. Please contact the Ways and Means Committee Legislative Assistant, Alex Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 651-296-3889 if you would like to testify on HF1612.
The HF1381 Pre-Engrossment is a working draft of the bill that will be heard in Committee.
Any amendments to the bills on the agenda should be submitted as soon as possible to email@example.com
Three-fifths vote required to enact a law imposing or increasing certain taxes, and constitutional amendment proposed.
Voters required to present photographic identification, photographic identification provided to voters at no charge, equal verification standards required for all voters, and constitutional amendment proposed.
Marriage recognized as only a union between one man and one woman, and constitutional amendment proposed.
Prekindergarten through grade 12 education policy provided, including general education, education excellence, special programs, facilities and technology, student transportation, and early childhood education.
Pesticide control, peatland protection, fees and fee disposition, invasive species provisions, cash match requirements, state water trails and waysides, Mineral Coordinating Committee, watercraft titling, special vehicle use on roadways, oxygenated gasoline requirements, Water Law, local ordinance requirements, waste management provisions, landfill cleanup program, and environmental review requirements modified; citizen oversight committees provided; adopt-a-WMA program created; dual registration of motorcycles and disposition of fees provided; nonresident off-road vehicle state trail pass required; and money appropriated.
Nonnative species provisions modified, permits to control or harvest aquatic plants requirements modified, and criminal and civil penalties provided.
Budgeted spending limited to the amount collected in prior biennium, and constitutional amendment proposed.